Nutritious describes food that’s good for you. The adjective nutritious comes from the Latin word nutritius, “that nourishes,” which in turn comes from the root nutrix, “nurse.”
- 1 What word is nutritious?
- 2 Where did the word nutrition come from?
- 3 What does the root word Nutr mean?
- 4 What is the noun form of nutritious?
- 5 What are antonyms for nutritious?
- 6 What is the suffix for nutrition?
- 7 What is the scientific definition of nutrient?
- 8 What nutrient means?
- 9 Does nutrient have a suffix?
- 10 What does pro mean in nutrition?
- 11 What are the 6 nutrients?
- 12 What is the verb of nutrition?
- 13 What does the N stand for in nutrition?
What word is nutritious?
adjective. providing nourishment, especially to a high degree; nourishing; healthful: a good, nutritious meal.
Where did the word nutrition come from?
The word ‘nutrition’ is derived from the late Latin word ‘nutrire’ which means to feed or to nourish. And your nourishment is literally in your hands!
What does the root word Nutr mean?
(Latin: nutrire; to nourish, to feed, to nurse, to foster, to support, to preserve)
What is the noun form of nutritious?
That which nourishes; nutriment.
What are antonyms for nutritious?
antonyms for nutritious
What is the suffix for nutrition?
Suffix meaning nutrition, nourishment, growth.
What is the scientific definition of nutrient?
Nutrient: a substance that an organism must obtain from its surroundings for growth and the sustenance of life. Let’s take what many papers in the scientific literature refer to as “antioxidant nutrients”.
What nutrient means?
Nutrients are chemical compounds in food that are used by the body to function properly and maintain health. Examples include proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals.
Does nutrient have a suffix?
The combining form -troph is used like a suffix meaning “nutrient matter” or naming “an organism with nutritional requirements” as specified by the first part of the word.
What does pro mean in nutrition?
Pro: Helpful for health conditions.
What are the 6 nutrients?
Nutrients are compounds in foods essential to life and health, providing us with energy, the building blocks for repair and growth and substances necessary to regulate chemical processes. There are six major nutrients: Carbohydrates (CHO), Lipids (fats), Proteins, Vitamins, Minerals, Water.
What is the verb of nutrition?
nutriate. (transitive, rare) To supply with nutrients.
What does the N stand for in nutrition?
Nutrition. Miscellaneous » Food & Nutrition.