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fortify

(for′tĭ-fī)
In food science technology, to add one or more substances to a food to increase its nutrient density.
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"Breast milk fortifier contains extra protein and minerals such as phosphorus and calcium to promote bone growth but it is currently stopped before premature babies are discharged home.
Fortification of human milk evaluation of a novel fortification scheme and of a new fortifier. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr.
The Destination Fortifier Series offers a variety of interest rate durations with matching surrender charge schedules.
In work presented in a recent publication [14], it was shown how covalently bonding a molecular fortifier to an epoxy thermoset increased the effective crosslink density of the network altering the physical properties in a unique manner.
to ponder the "historical" Gilgamesh himself, the liberator and fortifier of Uruk, "the first city in human history."
* Add 1 packet of human milk fortifier to every 50 ml of breast milk to increase calories to 24 Kcal/ounce of breast milk.
Containing no preservatives, trans fats, or artificial flavors or colors, the frozen line is made with NutriDough[R], the company's proprietary bakery fortifier that includes protein; antioxidant Vitamins A, C, and E; B vitamins; folic acid; and calcium.
Containing no preservatives, trans fats, or artificial flavors and colors, the frozen line is made with NutriDough, the company's proprietary bakery fortifier that includes protein; antioxidant vitamins A, C, and E; B vitamins; folic acid; and calcium.
According to Arthur Grider, Ph.D., zinc researcher at the University of Georgia, Athens, there is more than one way to ensure maximum absorption and bioavailability of iron and zinc: "Loading a food with the fortifier compound doesn't mean greater availability.
But for those people who are out there already watching the world with a wary eye, it's a fortifier, a cornet calling them to soldier on.
The new crosslinker can be easily incorporated into conventional hybrid or TGIC powder coating formulations as a fortifier. More info: Bayer Corp., Fax: +49 221 9902 160; Web: www.bayercoatings.com, www.bayermaterialscience.com.