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macrobiotic

adjective mac·ro·bi·ot·ic \-bī-ˈä-tik, -bē-\

: consisting of mainly whole grains and vegetables

Full Definition of MACROBIOTIC

:  of, relating to, or being a diet based on the Chinese cosmological principles of yin and yang that consists of whole cereals and grains supplemented especially with beans and vegetables and that in its especially former more restrictive forms has been linked to nutritional deficiencies
macrobiotics noun plural but singular in construction

First Known Use of MACROBIOTIC

1965

Rhymes with MACROBIOTIC

macrobiotic

adjective mac·ro·bi·ot·ic \ˌmak-rō-bī-ˈät-ik, -bē-\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of MACROBIOTIC

:  of, relating to, or being a diet that consists of whole cereals and grains supplemented especially with beans and vegetables and that in its especially former more restrictive forms has been linked to nutritional deficiencies

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