An example of a Fortified food is milk. It is high in vitamin D.
Fortified means to strengthen. It's taken from the prefix fort, a strong defense.
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The vitamins and minerals are added to replace the original vitamins and minerals that were lost during the refining process...
a fortified defensive structure
Mandatory fortified food is a food product which has had a vitamin or mineral added to it in the hope of increasing health standards of a particular population. With mandatory food fortification there is no choice about how it is done and all products must comply to the act.
Fortify means to strengthen or to make stronger than; also it can mean to encourage mentally and to invigorate mentally or if it is fortified wine it has more alcohol content than unfortified wine and if food is fortified it has usually had extra vitamins added. poo yo mama is a f*****
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do you mean presidio - in Spain and Spanish America it is a fortified settlement
Any food fortified with Vit D3
Food that is made richer and more nutritious by adding vitamins
FishEggsLiverOilFortified Dairy Products
can bread be fortified
Fortified is a word.
Fortified means protected against attack. Two synonyms of fortified are entrenched and guarded. "My house has a fortified shelter in the backyard in the event of a nuclear strike."
Literally meaning 'to obstruct', the most common usage of 'pa' refers to a fortified village that people could retreat to in times of trouble and find safety and an emergency supply of food.. It was usually situated in a naturally defensible area such as a hill or headland, fortified with ditches, terraces, pallisades and ramparts.
He fortified himself with a good breakfast. They fortified the walls to stop gunfire from penetrating.
milk is fortified with vitamin D
what are the characteristic of fortified wines
Fortified means capable of resisting invasion
The Fortified Castle was created in 2001.
It means there is a wall around it (the old district).
Most cereals are iron fortified. Look at the nutritional value panel on the box. It will tell you if it is iron fortified or not.