“We would eat our pencils at school if they had nutritional value,” Kansas seventh-grader Zach Eke told KAKETV.
There are no calorie counts for the parade of nutritional horribles (interspersed with a little fruit).
Imagine what a program based on 21st-century nutritional science could do.
The Daily Beast scoured the nutritional info to find the 40 deadliest restaurant meal-enders.
As in most modern fro-yo lounges, video displays above the handles describe the products and their nutritional content.
In all other respects the fats are alike from a nutritional standpoint.
But this is an eye in which all nutritional changes have ceased.
In some cases it ensues directly on a psychic crisis before any nutritional change can have taken place.
It has its roots both in the reproductive and the nutritional motives.
The only physiological or embryological relationship is of a nutritional order, and even that is indirect and remote.
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).
nutrition nu·tri·tion (nōō-trĭsh'ən, nyōō-)
The process by which a living organism assimilates food and uses it for growth, liberation of energy, and replacement of tissues; its successive stages include digestion, absorption, assimilation, and excretion.
The science or study that deals with food and nourishment, especially in humans.