nutrients

01. Farmers today rely too heavily on fertilizers to supply their crops with the needed [nutrients].
02. Studies show that fruits and vegetables sold in supermarkets today contain far fewer [nutrients] than they did 50 years ago.
03. Jellyfish are a low-fat, low-calorie food which is high in [nutrients].
04. Unable to digest bamboo efficiently, the panda obtains only a few [nutrients] from its food.
05. The most valuable [nutrients] of the potato are in the skin.
06. Eat a variety of foods to get all the [nutrients] you need.
07. Water is used in our bodies to carry [nutrients] to feed all our cells, and to take toxins to elimination sites.
08. A pregnant woman must increase her intake of almost all [nutrients] to ensure the healthy development of her baby.
09. Children require a diet which is high in [nutrients].
10. Some people believe it is necessary to include vitamin supplements in your diet in order to get all the [nutrients] your body needs.
11. It is important to rotate crops on a farm to avoid depleting all the [nutrients] in the soil.
12. Even a mild deficiency of any single [nutrient] can greatly disrupt important functions.
13. Iron deficiency is the most common [nutrient] deficiency in menstruating women.
14. Planting and replanting the same crops strips fields of [nutrients], and makes them more vulnerable to pests.
15. The ocean waters off British Columbia are rich in [nutrients], and provide crucial feeding grounds for humpback whales, orcas, dolphins and sea lions.
16. Studies have shown that individual cells in the brain respond to inadequate supplies of [nutrients] by motivating a person to seek food.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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