The deep is much too nutrient poor to support such a large animal.
This may cause a negative autoimmune response, and inhibits proper digestion and nutrient absorption.
This nutrient helps balance the sodium in your diet and assists with regulating blood pressure.
Smart snacks are nutrient dense; they have lower calories with healthy benefits.
Studies on the nutrient content of common foods suggest that Paleo is a remarkably nutrient-dense diet.
This period of growth is determined by the age of the tree, the suitability of moisture and nutrient supply.
It is not the nutrient fluid, but that which is left over, which is secreted.
Thus the old distinction between toxin and nutrient has now lost its sharpness, but it does not lose all its significance.
Standardise the medium and complete as for nutrient bouillon.
I never want to see brains and livers and things swimming around in nutrient solution if I can help it.
"a nutritious substance," 1828, noun use of adjective (1640s) meaning "providing nourishment," from Latin nutrientem (nominative nutriens), present participle of nutrire "to nourish, suckle, feed, foster" (see nourish).
nutrient nu·tri·ent (nōō'trē-ənt, nyōō'-)
A source of nourishment, especially an ingredient in a food.