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Synonyms for caloric

relating to or associated with heat

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The middleweight foods: Food items having a caloric density from 1.
Main reasons of underfeeding was dietary noncompliance followed by nausea / vomiting and inappropriate caloric density of parenteral formulas.
Although there are vitamins and nutrients beyond sugar in fruit juices, consumption is not recommended in weight management due to their high caloric density and low satiety [8].
Decisions about food consumption and caloric density are linked to a part of the brain called the ventromedial prefrontal cortex, an area that encodes the value of stimuli.
Along with other studies, additional implications are that patients, parents, and clinicians need not worry about excessive weight loss with stimulants, clinicians should advise patients who are stopping stimulants about the danger of rebound obesity, and all patients should be educated about a balanced diet and coached in adjusting caloric density to appetite.
took water out of the canned food and pulverized it into powder, measured a gram of each for caloric density, canned would be more calorically dense because it's typically higher in fat.
A recent study published in the July 2011 American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that preschoolers who were fed foods whose caloric density was reduced by increasing the proportion of hidden pureed vegetables, significantly increased their daily vegetable intake between 50 and 73 percent.
There is also evidence that vegetables can help with weight management by lowering the caloric density of a meal and increasing one's sense of fullness.
Unique chapters on "built environments," caloric density, and the food stamp program describe the variety of environmental, obesogenic factors contributing to weight problems in modern societies.