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Synonyms for Calorie

a unit of heat equal to the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water by one degree at one atmosphere pressure

unit of heat defined as the quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 degree centigrade at atmospheric pressure

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People who are underweight need to combine an increased calory intake with strengthening exercises that focus on toning and building strong bones and muscles in order to add lean mass to the body.
Energtic species were determined based on their calory that was measured using a bomb calorimeter.
However, if you are not counting your calory intake for a day, Picante, a 200g chicken breast stuffed with fresh feta and cream cheeses and made with generous doses of a secret 'piquante pepper', should be your pick.
Third, ManySense's accessibility is analyzed by coupling it with Calory Battle AR--an augmented reality exergame--and utilizing sensor data to implement a new game activity.
Calory intake and also physical activity are the main factors in energy balance.
Researchers say separate, smaller dishes for children may be a simple solution for parents concerned about their kids' calory intake.
Then the ideal weight was determined with Hamwi method at kilogram and according to which, required calory for preparing the gavage solution for patient was calculated.
Over the past fifty years, he added, increases in agricultural productivity have consistently outstripped increases in demand for agricultural products, and the calory availability per capita has improved significantly as a result.
Effect of low protein-high calory or essential fatty acid deficiency diet on reprodution of Rainbow trout.