nutriture


Also found in: Dictionary.

nutriture

 [noo´trĭ-chur]
the status of the body in relation to nutrition.

nu·tri·ture

(nū'tri-chūr),
State or condition of the nutrition of the body; state of the body with regard to nourishment.
[L. nutritura, a nursing, fr. nutrio, to nourish]

nu·tri·ture

(nū'tri-chŭr)
State or condition of the nutrition of the body; state of the body with regard to nourishment.
[L. nutritura, a nursing, fr. nutrio, to nourish]

nu·tri·ture

(nū'tri-chŭr)
State or condition of body nutrition.
[L. nutritura, a nursing, fr. nutrio, to nourish]
References in periodicals archive ?
Ferguson, Risk of suboptimal iron and zinc nutriture among adolescent girls in Australia and New Zealand: causes, consequences, and solutions.
Complement component C1q activity and ascorbic acid nutriture in guinea pigs.
LUKASKI, C.H., 2000, Magnesium, Zinc, and Chromium Nutriture and Physical Activity, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 72 (2): 585-593.
The systemic inflammatory response and its impact on iron nutriture in end-stage renal disease.
Our data suggest that hyperhomocysteinemia is not a serious clinical concern in epileptic patients when folate nutriture is adequate.
Iron and zinc nutriture of premenopausal women associations of diet with serum ferritin and plasma zinc disappearance and of serum ferritin with plasma zinc and plasma zinc disappearance.
The study was described in "Zinc Nutriture as Related to Brain," a chapter Penland coauthored for the book Trace Elements in Man and Animals 10.
1985) because this enzyme also depends on adequate copper nutriture for activity (Linder and Goode 1980; Owen 1981).
The appraisal of nutritional status (nutriture) in humans.
The physiology of vitamin K nutriture and vitamin K-dependent protein function in atherosclerosis.
It's a proprietary ligand product used in its fruit juices to provide dietary calcium without influencing zinc or iron nutriture, a common concern with other calcium forms that have antagonistic interactions with both zinc and iron.
"I would like to think that the bioavailability information we are producing contributes to the knowledge base that informs all public health strategies to improve vitamin A nutriture in populations that suffer from vitamin A deficiency," Parker says.