Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, early 19th century
Done or taken before dinner or lunch.
(medicine) Occurring or done before a meal.
Examples of Preprandial in a sentence
"He made sure to fit in several preprandial workouts throughout the week."
"Pam set an alarm to take her preprandial vitamins."
Prepandial developed twofold in Latin from the words "pre" (before) and "prandium" (a meal).
Did you Know?
Looking for some preprandial practices? Try to drink a glass of water before you eat dinner. Drinking water during your meal can dilute your digestive enzymes and make it hard for your body to break down your food.