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It has its roots both in the reproductive and the nutritional motives.

But this is an eye in which all nutritional changes have ceased.

So milk serves a therapeutic as well as a nutritional purpose.

Nutritional deficiency diseases were beginning to be understood.

The process preserved the product with a minimum loss of nutritional value and without causing coagulation.

First, the nutritional portions were treated, because they are so likely to become putrified.

Nutritional experts declare that milk is the most important of the “protective” foods.

It possesses absolutely no nutritional advantage for man or beast over oats, corn, and rye.

In all other respects the fats are alike from a nutritional standpoint.

Its purpose is to affect some components in order to achieve desired qualities related to taste, look, nutritional value, etc.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from Old French nutrition (14c.) and directly from Latin nutritionem (nominative nutritio) "a nourishing," noun of action from past participle stem of nutrire "to nourish, suckle" (see nourish).

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