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metabolize

[mə′tab·ə‚līz]
(physiology)
To transform by metabolism; to subject to metabolism.
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Add a little grated fresh ginger, again to help settle digestion and finish with a spoonful of honey to help metabolise the alcohol and lift blood sugar.
CHAPTER 3: HOW PHASE I SYSTEMS METABOLISE SUBSTRATES.
10 ( ANI ): New research has suggested that the amino acid arginine, which is found in foods like salmon, eggs and nuts is able to boost the body's ability to metabolise glucose.
Or he could change you over to an equivalent dose of fluoxetine, which is a similar drug but takes a lot longer for the body to metabolise.
There was also no measurable induction of or change in CYP3A4 or CYP2D6 and CYP2C19 (the enzymes that metabolise 3-ketodesogestrel) activity before or after Ze 117 medication.
Herbs such as milk thistle and dandelion support the liver and help it to metabolise alcohol, speeding up the elimination of it from the system.
Oolong tea is also thought to help enhance the body's ability to metabolise fat.
When you eat food, your body has to work hard to metabolise the food and this process requires vital nutrients such as protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals.
A link between smoking and levels of the vitamin were also recorded ( believed to be because the habit alters the ability of cells to metabolise and store folic acid.
When the body runs out of carbohydrate it is forced to metabolise fatty acid which can cause sluggishness during a long run.
Lean Health contains only natural vitamins, minerals and herbs which metabolise fat and replace vital nutrients lost while dieting.