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nutritious

 [noo-trish´us]
affording nourishment.

nutritious

/nu·tri·tious/ (noo-trish´us) affording nourishment.

nutritious

(no͞o-trĭsh′əs, nyo͞o-)
adj.
Providing nourishment; nourishing.

nu·tri′tious·ly adv.
nu·tri′tious·ness n.

nutritious

affording nourishment.
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Spokesmen for non-organic methods of agriculture have failed to prove conclusively that the food grown by organic agriculture is not nutritiously superior to that grown using toxic chemicals.
It was light enough and nutritiously satisfying, although the vinaigrette did make the taste a little sharper than I would have preferred.
Exercise, eat nutritiously and get enough sleep to prevent exhaustion
Customers want funky accessories, nutritiously balanced foods and loads of information.
Three-fourths of all the respondents said that they would like to meet with a dietitian to "improve my health," 65% to "lose weight," and 62% to "eat nutritiously.
of Illinois) addresses the history of canine domestication, selective breeding, body structure, reproduction, genetics, benefits and responsibilities of the owner, developmental behavior and learning processes, common behavior problems, infectious diseases and noninfectious disorders, parasites, first aid, nutrition, and nutritiously responsive disorders.
Children of that age have quite high energy requirements so they need to eat regularly and nutritiously.
Encourage him to practise self-care by eating nutritiously exercising and getting sufficient rest.
Because dancers perform better when they eat nutritiously, go to inexpensive farmers' markets with your friends, because vendors will give good deals when you buy fresh food in bulk.
IMU, a partner of PWS&D, is helping women learn sustainable gardening techniques, including composting, so they can feed their families more nutritiously and also earn extra money selling some produce in the local market.
What I'm saying to all health-conscious women willing to eat nutritiously and take good quality supplements, is this: To get calcium into your bones, you need small amounts of it throughout the day.
It used to be de rigeur among literary and religious historians to regard this group with the horror media elites reserve for Bible-belt fundamentalists in contemporary America and for many of the same reasons: "Nothing feeds the Church more nutritiously than the preaching of God's word," said John Wyclif in 1380 (Speculum secularium dominorum).