Supplementation

  • (noun): A quantity added (e.g. to make up for a deficiency).
    Synonyms: supplement
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Some articles on supplementation:

New Catholic Encyclopedia - Second Edition - Supplementation
... In the summer of 2006, the publisher, Gale, together with the Catholic University of America Press, developed a plan for ongoing updating of the second edition in both print and electronic (eBook) formats ... The updating plan indicated a special focus on the United States ...
Sunburn - Prevention - Diet
... Supplementation with Vitamin C and Vitamin E was shown in one study to reduce the amount of sunburn after a controlled amount of UV exposure ... literature through 2007 found that beta carotene (Vitamin A) supplementation had a protective effect against sunburn, but that the effects were only evident in the long-ter ...
Creatine Supplements - Safety
... Current studies indicate that short-term creatine supplementation in healthy individuals is safe, although those with renal disease should avoid it due to possible risks of renal dysfunction, and before ... experiments have shown that creatine supplementation improved the health and lifespan of mice ... Creatine supplementation may accelerate the growth of cysts in humans with Polycystic Kidney Disease ...
Competitive Trail Riding - Electrolyte Supplementation
... The use of electrolyte supplementation for horses, common in endurance riding, is controversial in CTR ... that drink regularly have little need for electrolyte supplementation ... Excitable, anxious horses or horses that sweat excessively for any reason may need supplementation ...
Chromium Deficiency - Supplementation
... no effect on depression in its test group, but suggested that the use of chromium supplementation could help to reduce carbohydrate cravings and regulate appetite in these patients ...

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