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Synonyms for caloric

relating to or associated with heat

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Todd & Chen Zhen, Can Taxes on Calorically Sweetened Beverages Reduce Obesity, CHOICES, 3rd Quarter 2010, https://perma.
Other factors are a sedentary lifestyle, excessive treats and today's calorically dense pet food formulations.
This study assumes that the gas is calorically perfect and the shock- boundary layer interaction is neglected for further simplicity.
On the other hand, meats, dairy, and processed foods are calorically dense.
We need to transform society such that norms, expectations and the many food-related aspects of our societal infrastructure are redirected in ways that encourage and support calorically appropriate and otherwise high quality diets.
This was demonstrated in a study evaluating gut microbiota composition in 9 obese and 12 lean individuals after altering nutrient loads with 2 calorically different diets, a 2400 kcal or 3400 kcal diet consumed for 3 consecutive days, with a washout period between diets (18).
The court noted that even though one meal that was provided contained only approximately 1900 calories due to a mistake in packaging the Ramadan meals, the mistake was corrected the next day and thereafter the prisoner was given calorically and nutritionally adequate meals throughout the Ramadan fast.
Intake of calorically sweetened beverages and obesity.
True, your mood will probably improve shortly after you eat your favorite high-carb hug, but no more so than if you'd eaten a granola bar -- a pleasant enough choice, but hardly a fixture in that calorically elevated "comfort food'' category.
scientific and technological), we need to be calorically literate: we need to be able to parse a menu in New York City, to consume food responsibly according to our activity levels, and to understand our bodies through a metabolic determinism that circumscribes how "hot" we can be.
This was done because whole fruits are typically nutrient dense, whereas fruit juices are typically calorically dense and have no fiber.
Fats are calorically dense, and even too much healthy fat is going to add to your total calorie intake and will promote weight gain," Jeffers says.
In addition to the positive results in cross-sectional studies linking rice consumption with healthier diets, a human clinical trial found that having white or brown rice at a meal increased satiety and feelings of fullness more than a calorically equivalent glucose solution control.
Monkeys fed the calorically controlled high-fructose diet showed significant increases in biomarkers of liver damage, endotoxemia, and microbial translocation, although they did not develop hepatic steatosis.
Given that they are calorically dense, increased consumption of alcohol and fast foods may cause a gain in weight (Isganaitis & Lustig, 2005; Nelson, Lust, Story, & Ehlinger, 2009).