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relating to or associated with heat

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With the new FDA regulations and proper food signage, consumers can avoid foods that cause health issues and keep track of their caloric intake whether they are dining out or taking home prepared foods.
During a three-week period, the participants alternated one day of eating 25 percent of their daily caloric intake with one day of eating 175 percent of their daily caloric intake.
At 12 months, the low-carb group had lost nearly 8 lbs more than the low-fat group, even though caloric intakes were similar.
The study revealed that in the past 20 years there have been sharp decrease in physical exercise and increase in average body mass index (BMI), while caloric intake has remained steady, so investigators have theorized that a nationwide drop in leisure-time physical activity, especially among young women, might be responsible for the upward trends in obesity rates.
The aim of our study was to evaluate the impact of the time of initiation of nutritional support and achieving full caloric intake on the ICU length of stay (LOS) and disposition status at discharge in children with isolated severe TBI.
But upon statistical adjustment for caloric intake, white girls who ate more frequently had significantly lower consumption of total fat, saturated fat, and sodium, and more intake of dietary fiber than did girls who ate less often.
From 1970-2005, caloric intake in the United States increased by 24 percent.
Those analyses showed that levels of the brain chemical dopamine, known to be central to activating the reward circuitry, increased with caloric intake.
Takes control of metabolism w/ Personalized Prescriptions based on an individual's scientifically measured metabolic rate; ends yo-yo diet cycle; daily caloric intake precisely prescribed & followed up.
The 1989-2000 economic crisis was a unique opportunity to observe the impact of populationwide weight loss in a country due to sustained reductions in caloric intake and a jump in physical activity, the researchers said.
By incorporating the caloric intake from the comprehensive nutritional database on any food consumed, WalkingSpree.
A thorough nutritional history assessment includes details such as a resident's height, weight, body mass index (BMI), medications, labs, caloric intake, food likes and dislikes, portion sizes, food restrictions, ethnic or religious food specifications, appetite, nourishment needs, swallowing problems, and dental evaluation.
One sixth of our caloric intake, he pointed out, comes from sodas, iced teas, and sports drinks.
But the author's "Snickers bar" theory of weight gain is flawed from a biologic perspective, and overestimates the weight gain associated with static increase in caloric intake.
A suitable diet for athletes should focus on providing adequate caloric intake to support the increased demands due to exercising.