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Quotes of nutrients

  1. Human beings do not eat nutrients they eat food. – Mary Catherine Bateson
  2. The night before I compete, I like to have steak. Meat is especially important for female athletes because it provides them with the nutrients they need to perform at their best. – Sasha Cohen
  3. Foods high in bad fats, sugar and chemicals are directly linked to many negative emotions, whereas whole, natural foods rich in nutrients foods such as fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes- contribute to greater energy and positive emotions. – Marilu Henner
  4. The more color, the more nutrients usually. – Tina Thompson

Usage examples for nutrients

  1. Since the food furnished was composed of pure nutrients and always in excess of the appetite of the rat the necessary number of calories was also present. – The Vitamine Manual by Walter H. Eddy
  2. Your blood only has worth as the nutrients of my posterity. – Corpus of a Siam Mosquito by Steven Sills
  3. It may also be seen that animal foods contain the most water; and vegetable foods, except potatoes, the most nutrients – A Practical Physiology by Albert F. Blaisdell
  4. It is evident from the previous data that a growing infant must not only be provided with a sufficient supply of calories, nutrients and salts, but must also have a liberal supply of the three vitamines. – The Vitamine Manual by Walter H. Eddy
  5. They are absolutely essential to life, no other nutrients being able to take their place. – Physiology and Hygiene for Secondary Schools by Francis M. Walters, A.M.
  6. Pre- industrial humans could only be extraordinarily healthy on the dietary they were adapted to if and only if that dietary also was extraordinarily high in nutrients – How and When to Be Your Own Doctor by Dr. Isabelle A. Moser with Steve Solomon
  7. Obviously they are unable to digest or assimilate nutrients or they wouldn't be wasting. – How and When to Be Your Own Doctor by Dr. Isabelle A. Moser with Steve Solomon
  8. White refined sugar contains absolutely no nutrients at all; the " good" or " natural" sweets also carry so little nutrition as to be next to useless. – How and When to Be Your Own Doctor by Dr. Isabelle A. Moser with Steve Solomon
  9. As a food, they supply a large amount of non- nitrogenous nutrients – Human Foods and Their Nutritive Value by Harry Snyder
  10. If all the digestive processes have been efficient there now are an abundance of soluble nutrients for the blood stream to distribute to hungry cells throughout the body. – How and When to Be Your Own Doctor by Dr. Isabelle A. Moser with Steve Solomon
  11. 9. In what form and at what places is each of the principal nutrients stored? – Physiology and Hygiene for Secondary Schools by Francis M. Walters, A.M.
  12. These foods should be considered as a part of the meal and should not be added after enough other nutrients have been eaten. – School and Home Cooking by Carlotta C. Greer
  13. Movement of water through plant The soil- water, holding in solution a great variety of plant nutrients passes from the root- hairs into the adjoining cells and gradually moves from cell to cell throughout the whole plant. – Dry-Farming by John A. Widtsoe
  14. This results in both loss of nutrients and flavor. – School and Home Cooking by Carlotta C. Greer
  15. All of the proteids are highly complex compounds and form a most important class of nutrients – Physiology and Hygiene for Secondary Schools by Francis M. Walters, A.M.
  16. There are some who contend, however, that a more delicate and pleasing flavor results when old and strong- flavored vegetables have their skins removed before cooking, and that the flavor is more to be desired than a saving of all nutrients – School and Home Cooking by Carlotta C. Greer
  17. Shows recovery on addition of butter fat to a diet containing all the nutrients and artificial protein free milk. – The Vitamine Manual by Walter H. Eddy
  18. If a dog be fed on food freed from all salines, but otherwise containing proper nutrients he soon suffers from weakness, after a time amounting to paralysis, and often dies in convulsions. – A Practical Physiology by Albert F. Blaisdell