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    Matrix

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    What does "Matrix" mean here?

    Does it refer to "Bone Matrix"? (more unlikely). Can I replace it with "substance"?

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    Re: Matrix

    Definition #1 below seems more likely.
    http://www.macmillandictionary.com/d...british/matrix
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    Re: Matrix

    Where did you see that description?
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    Re: Matrix

    Click on the link in post #1.
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    Re: Matrix

    I don't see how the ingredients in a food supplement can be "connected or arranged in a network" as in a matrix.
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    #6

    Re: Matrix

    It's not well-worded, but I gather it's referring to the chemical or atomic molecular matrix.

    Their product supposedly has an improved chemical formula that allows more protein and other desirable nutrients in a smaller serving size.
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    Re: Matrix

    It's an ad. It doesn't have to have a proper meaning. It has to sound good. It seems to simply mean the combination of ingredients. But "matrix of ingredients" probably sells more of the stuff.

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    Re: Matrix

    I think it is similar to 'ingredient complex'.
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