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nutriment

 [noo´trĭ-ment]
nutrient (def. 2).
nourishment; food and other nourishing materials.

nutriment

/nu·tri·ment/ (noo´trĭ-mint) nutrient (2).

nutriment

(no͞o′trə-mənt, nyo͞o′-)
n.
1. A source of nourishment; food.
2. An agent that promotes growth or development.

nu′tri·men′tal (-mĕn′tl) adj.

nutriment

[no̅o̅′trimənt]
Etymology: L, nutriens, food that nourishes
any substance that nourishes and aids the growth and the development of the body. See also food.

nutriment

nourishment; nutritious material; food.
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The data about the daily nutriment intake are presented in table 1 and showed that total calorie, macronutrient, and micronutrient intakes are whithin the range of the RDI for healthy Tunisian adults.
However, the first intuitive approach is purely mechanical and lacks physiological aspects that require that the more realistic formulation should include some diffusive effects related to nutriments since the system considered cannot be an isolated one; it is open from the point of view of thermodynamics.
L'absence d'objectifs reels pour reduire la quantite de nutriments dans le Lac Winnipeg;
The same goes for the colon; an adequate supply of nutrients must be provided, consisting of general nutriments, such as dietary fibres, but also specific ingredients/nutrients in the form of prebiotics for the good flora.
Minimal processing preserves the fresh characteristics of the fruit, as well as its essential nutriments, such as heat-sensitive vitamins and pigments.
Comestible food commodities and delicacies imported from overseas bring exotic flavours and nutriments for consumers worldwide, enhancing the enjoyment of food consumption and, consequently, driving an increasingly globalised economy.
L'American Cancer Society, ONG americaine consacree a la lutte contre le cancer reconnait que << les aliments surgeles peuvent souvent etre plus nourrissants que les aliments frais parce qu'ils sont souvent recoltes lorsqu'ils sont murs et congeles rapidement alors que les aliments frais peuvent perdre certains de leurs nutriments entre l'heure de la recolte et la consommation.
Caracterisation des chutes de litiere et des apports au sol en nutriments dans une mangrove de Guyane francaise.
One can see these as physical nutriments, experiences, doing things, and awareness and thought.
Like blood networks in human body, MF offers various nutriments to both the producers and consumers.
Raphael distinguishes angels from men and women, but he nonetheless says that a "time may come when men/With Angels may participate" and find</p> <pre> No inconvenient Diet, nor too light Fare: And from these corporal nutriments