Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Nutrition"
The meaning of "Nutrition" in various phrases and sentences
Q: What does he didn't addressed nutrition mean?
A: • The word “address” in this sentence means ‘Talk about/go over/talk about someone’s position on a topic’- and implies that the topic being talked about is an issue or problem • So “he didn’t address nutrition” - means he didn’t talk about nutrition/ he didn’t talk about the issue concerning nutrition. Example A: “he didn’t address nutrition” Example B: “he didn’t talk about nutrition” “talk” - implies that the “He” just simply didn’t talk about something. “address” - implies talking about someone’s opinion on an issue, problem, or subject
Q: What does but more for nutrition and health mean?
A: 翻訳:「でも、何々より健康と栄養の方が有用。」 この表現は背景が大切。では、私の翻訳は違うか知らない、でも今の一番をあげました。
Example sentences using "Nutrition"
Q: Please show me example sentences with ~have a good nutrition~ .
A: No native speaker would say it like that. “Have good nutrition”, maybe. “It’s good to eat vegetables and have good nutrition.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with nutrition ( i have to use Subject Verb , Or Subject Verb.)2subjects , 2 verbs, and ,or..
A: This seems hard
Q: Please show me example sentences with nutrition.
A: For the most part, yes. Not in the second example though. "Nutrition facts" is an official/accepted term, so "nourishment facts" would sound odd. You could think of "nutrition" as the field of thought maybe. For example, there are experts called "nutritionists" that help people plan their diet. And nourishment is one aspect of nutrition which has many aspects.
Synonyms of "Nutrition" and their differences
Q: What is the difference between nutrition and nutrient ?
A: Nutrition is the substances that you take into your body as food and the way that they influence your health. Nutrient is any substance that plants or animals need in order to live and grow. So, the first is for people, while the second is for animals and plants.
Q: What is the difference between nutrition and nourishment ?
A: Nutrition usually refers to vitamins, minerals, protein, carbohydrates, etc. Things that are necessary for a healthy life. Nourishment is more something that fills you up or satiates hunger.
Q: What is the difference between nutrition and nutrient ?
A: Nutrition is a process whereas nutrient is a substance.
Q: What is the difference between nutrition and sustenance ?
A: Nutrition is more technical, more of a scientific feel. "I studied nutrition in school; I am fascinated by the interplay of the various nutrients and micronutrients in plant-based foods." Sustenance is more literary, and more general. "In the Bible, the Israelites had only mana for their sustenance."
Translations of "Nutrition"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? nutrition
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Other questions about "Nutrition"
Q: Whatever you eat, you usually gain nutrition through intestines and remove the rest as excrement. does this sound natural?
A: "You usually gain nutrition through the intestines from everything you eat and the rest is removed from the body as excrement. "
Q: Balanced nutrition is quietly important especially for teenagers. Here is some value introductions to good nutrition for them:(...) does this sound natural?
A: Balanced nutrition is quite important, especially for teenagers. Here are some valuable introductions to good nutrition for them:(...)
Q: Looking at this nutrition information on an Australian product, I realized that kilojoule is used as unit of measure of energy! In Japan, kilocalorie is always used for it. Is that common in Australia and New Zealand? does this sound natural?
A: BTW kilocalorie = Calorie In the UK food labels show both kilojoules and kilocalories.
Q: Healthy nutrition. We are what we eat. Nourishing food is full of vitamins provides us with energy which makes us strong and even clever. Fast food or pre-cooked food is full of fats and oil which are harmful for vessels and cause diseases. First of all, we need to eat fruits and vegetables. As one wise English proverb says: an apple a day keeps a doctor away. Also we need to have hearty breakfast to make us full of energy for whole day. The best are porridge, apple and a cup of tea with some sugar. For lunch it's better to have soup with cereal bread. Then you can eat some salad with meat. And dinner shouldn't include a wide variety of food, make it smart. It is time for daily products such as milk, kefir or yogurt. If you care about your shape you shouldn't eat any cakes because there are always make fatter. If you're busy and spend a lot of time at school, at work you should have in your bag any fruit, yogurt and nuts, in case you can't eat at home. Nevertheless, whatever you eat that influence the body, so it is necessary to do any sport or just to be more active, go on foot more or make the room oftener, do morning exercises. does this sound natural? does this sound natural?
A: Healthy nutrition. We are what we eat. Nourishing food is full of vitamins and provides us with energy which makes us strong and even clever. Fast food, or pre-cooked food, is full of fats and oil which are harmful to our body and cause disease. First of all, we need to eat fruit and vegetables. As one wise English proverb says: an apple a day keeps a doctor away. Also we need to have hearty breakfast to give us sufficient energy for the whole day. One example of a good breakfast is porridge, apple and a cup of tea without sugar. For lunch it's better to have soup with multigrain bread. Then you can eat some salad with meat. Always watch your meat portions. White meat and fish are healthier options. Dinner needn't include a wide variety of food, make it smart. It is time for daily products such as milk, kefir or yoghurt. (I don't agree that these are good dinner foods. I'd suggest at least 4-5 serves of vegetables and limited meat and carbohydrates.) If you care about your shape you shouldn't eat any cakes and sweets because they always contain sugar which will cause you to gain weight. If you're busy and spend a lot of time at school or at work you should keep healthy snacks like fruit, yoghurt and nuts in your bag just in case you can't eat at home. Nevertheless, whatever you eat will influence the body, so it is necessary as well as maintaining a healthy diet to do sport or just to be more active as well. Choose to walk or ride a bike rather than drive, do housework, do morning exercises etc. Every little but will help!
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