“Neuroendocrine tumors are highly vascularized”—full of blood vessels on which they depend for nutrients, says Kulke.
Wolfram Alpha easily computed a variety of facts: What nutrients are in two Snickers bars?
But in reality all diets are basically the same—deprive the body of nutrients and it will begin to consume itself.
And many are packed with nutrients like zinc, iron, and calcium.
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In a mixed ration, the nutrients of milk are practically all absorbed.
The sugars differ from the other nutrients in possessing a more or less decided taste.
The meat, however, would furnish the larger amount of nutrients.
Infusions of genuine coffee and of tea like the above contain practically no nutrients.
"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.