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fortify (someone or an animal) (against something) (with something)

to strengthen someone or an animal against something with something. I'll need a cup of hot chocolate to fortify me against the storm. We have to fortify the dogs against the cold with extra food.
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Table 125: Netherlands Fortified Wine Consumption (Liters m), by Category, 2006-11
Iron, found in daily supplements and fortified cereals.
This report is the result of Canadean's extensive market research covering the Fortified Wine market in West Europe.
Among the women, aged 18-40 years, one or more adverse events were reported in 56% of the fortified group and 57% of the control group.
There may be scope for further developments in fortified foods in other areas.
A panel of scientific experts believes that the emergence of omega-3 fortified foods is confusing consumers as well as short-changing them at the checkout.
Omega-3s are found in salmon, herring, and sardines, and also in Omega-3 fortified eggs.
The results demonstrate that doubly fortified salt could combat anemia and benefit health and economics in poor nations, says food chemist Levente Diosady of the University of Toronto.
Found in liver, milk, poultry, fish, eggs and enriched or fortified grain products.
In that case, you're better off with a food that's fortified to match--or almost match--a multi.
retail sales of fortified food products increased to $5.
1% fat content) as well as calcium fortified, and Smart Plus is fortified with iron, calcium, and vitamins A, C and D.
Canadean's Fortified Wine in Emerging Asia to 2015: Market Guide provides in-depth detail on the trends and drivers of the Fortified Wine market in Emerging Asia.
Researchers at Creighton University have raised important concerns about the amount of calcium actually delivered by fortified beverages.