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Knight draws a historical parallel to the discovery of essential nutrients. Smithsonian Mag (2017)It improves blood circulation to the scalp, which helps supply essential nutrients and so supports healthy hair. The Sun (2017)At the core, the blood picks up masses of oxygen and nutrients, since the body is reacting as if it is in serious distress. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You get virtually no nutrients or minerals. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The rest of us are advised to get all the nutrients we need through a balanced diet. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This preparation of friendly fungi provides nutrients and offers some protection from diseases. The Sun (2008)Foods that are naturally rich in fibre have lots of vitamins and other nutrients too. Coping with Angina (1990)They help take away hunger and add lots of nutrients and super nutrients. The Sun (2012)The problem is that processing destroys many essential nutrients. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)Sugar affects your mineral and nutrient absorption. The Sun (2015)They contain bright red blood that is rich in oxygen and nutrients. BMA Family Doctor Guide - Heart Disease (1989)They provide far more nutrients and less fat and salt. The Sun (2010)They also contain plant nutrients and only need applying once a year. The Sun (2010)Much of what we eat is lacking in essential nutrients. Lower Your Blood Pressure in 4 Easy Stages (1989)It also helps hold nutrients and improve soil fertility. The Sun (2011)Eating more colourful fruit and veg has helped pack her full of valuable super nutrients to help her body recover. The Sun (2007)Planning ahead and having things to hand which you enjoy but are low in calories and rich in nutrients is one solution. The Sun (2008)Packed with vitamins and nutrients, it lasted all day. The Sun (2008)If you just want to identify the viruses present you could put it in a nutrient solution or in ethanol, but you need a transport medium. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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British English: nutrient /ˈnjuːtrɪənt/ NOUN
Nutrients are chemical substances that people and animals need from food and plants need from soil.
- American English: nutrient
- Arabic: مَادَّةٌ مُغَذِّيَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: nutriente
- Chinese: 营养品
- Croatian: hranjiva tvar
- Czech: živina
- Danish: næringsstof
- Dutch: voedingsstof
- European Spanish: nutriente
- Finnish: ravintoaine
- French: nutriment
- German: Nährstoff
- Greek: θρεπτική ουσία
- Italian: sostanza nutritiva
- Japanese: 栄養分
- Korean: 영양제
- Norwegian: næringsstoff
- Polish: substancja odżywcza
- European Portuguese: nutriente
- Romanian: nutriment
- Russian: питательное вещество
- Spanish: nutriente
- Swedish: näringsämne
- Thai: สารอาหาร
- Turkish: besleyici gıda
- Ukrainian: поживна речовина
- Vietnamese: chất dinh dưỡng
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