alimental

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or providing nourishment
    good nourishing stew
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  • Its composition indicates a high nutritive power; but it is probable that its nitrogenous matters are partly in a low degree of elaboration, which greatly detracts from its alimental value. The Stock-Feeder's Manual the chemistry of food in relation to the breeding and feeding of live stock
  • Owing to the marked individuality which man exhibits in the selection of his food, and to the intimate relationship subsisting between food and the organism it nourishes, it is impossible to arrange the alimental substances in the strict order of their nutritive values. The Stock-Feeder's Manual the chemistry of food in relation to the breeding and feeding of live stock
  • Moreover, carrot juice still has sweetmeat or fat alimental desire with restraining.
  • In old clover the proportion of insoluble woody fibre is often so considerable as to greatly detract from the alimental value of the plant. The Stock-Feeder's Manual the chemistry of food in relation to the breeding and feeding of live stock
  • Colour passes too much miscellaneous, change alimental nature colour and lustre easily when the light is reflexed and make handlers produces illusion when cook food.
  • Mouth still keep alimental fragrance, plus dessert, fruits, to keep fit and healthy absolute enough.
  • Professor Frankland, in a paper published in the number of the _Philosophical Magazine_ for September, 1866, determines the relative alimental value of foods by ascertaining the quantity of heat evolved by each when burned in oxygen gas. The Stock-Feeder's Manual the chemistry of food in relation to the breeding and feeding of live stock
  • Alternatively, a special alimental formula can also be given. Omphalocele
  • Nutrient countermeasure: Increase the alimental such as carrot and pork liver to absorb.
  • Gums are nutritious foods, but it is probable that they are not equal in alimental power to equal weights of starch or sugar. The Stock-Feeder's Manual the chemistry of food in relation to the breeding and feeding of live stock
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