fundamental complex

fundamental complex

[¦fən·də¦ment·əl ′käm‚pleks]
(geology)
An agglomeration of metamorphic rocks underlying sedimentary or unmetamorphosed rocks; specifically, an agglomeration of Archean rocks supporting a geological column.
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So the correct sensible conclusion is that supplements can be essential to a fundamental complex mixture of multiple nutrients supplied by a whole-food diet.
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