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  • Food is any substance consumed to provide nutritional support for the body. It is usually of plant or animal origin, and contains essential nutrients
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  • (September 26, 1914 – January 23, 2011) was an American fitness, exercise and nutritional expert. He described himself as being a "sugarholic" and a "junk food
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  • interest the large debt which it has contracted to the common fund of animal nutrition, from whence the materials of its body have been derived. Thus the great
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  • investigation of human sexual behavior....It is as though the dietician and biochemist were denied the right to analyze foods and the processes of nutrition, because
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  • will sometimes act like an obstruction … in an artery, hindering the nutrition of the brain, and condemning its victim to pine away in the fullness of
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  • Richard D. Barlett (1938), in Chameleons: Everything about Selection, Care, Nutrition, Diseases, Breeding, and Behavior, Barron's Educational Series, 1995,
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  • and self-propulsion are as much an integral property of organisms as nutrition, reproduction, growth, and repair. Balance, wholeness, completeness, continuous
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  • nutritious elements. We want to provide nutrition to the poor and children. The Daily Star (14 October 2006) All human beings have an innate skill — survival
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  • mediocre minds appointed to guard the past. As quoted in Optimum Sports Nutrition (1993) by Michael Colgan, p. 144. As translated by Alfred Sutro Quand
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  • with equal strength, in favour of cannibalism. Herbert Shelton, Superior Nutrition. The man who shed the blood of an Ox or a Sheep will be habituated more
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  • for all organisms their nutritional needs, particularly for energy and growth. Animals must eat in order to survive. For humans, eating is an activity
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  • to refer to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, as in A Human Rights Approach to Food and Nutrition Policies and Programmes by Peter L. Pellett[2]
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  • seeking what is peculiar to man. Let us exclude, therefore, the life of nutrition and growth. Next there would be a life of perception, but it also seems
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  • will sometimes act like an obstruction … in an artery, hindering the nutrition of the brain, and condemning its victim to pine away in the fullness of
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  • Epistle II, line 3. Fix'd like a plant on his peculiar spot, To draw nutrition, propagate and rot. Alexander Pope, An Essay on Man (1733-34), Epistle
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  • Forests and trees make significant direct contributions to the nutrition of poor households … [as] rural communities in Central Africa obtained
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  • thy guide. Line 43. Fix'd like a plant on his peculiar spot, To draw nutrition, propagate, and rot. Line 63. In lazy apathy let stoics boast Their
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  • or vegetables makes them easier to eat and increases their nutritional value. Once humans began to cook their food, more nutrients were available for
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  • Arthur Dent: I mean, what is the point? Nutrimatic Drink Dispenser: Nutrition and pleasurable sense data. Share and enjoy! Arthur Dent: Listen, you
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  • the service of humankind. In Vietnam, farmers plant rice with greater nutritional value that was developed with IAEA assistance. Throughout Latin America
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