caloric consumption

caloric consumption

The calories that a person consumes in a 24-hour period. The USDA (US Department of Agriculture) reported that in 1970 the average American consumed 2,234 calories/day, and in 2003 consumed an average of 2,757/day, a possible indicator for increased rates of obesity.
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The rapid pace of economic development in the region has been accompanied by decreasing levels of physical activity and increased caloric consumption, particularly of "junk food.
Don't drink all your calories: Avoid drinks that are high in calories, like - eggnog, apple cider and beverages, since these can quickly add to your daily caloric consumption.
Recognizing these limitations, Blaydes and Kayser (2011) focus their work on analyzing caloric consumption, using the widely available measure of average per capita daily food consumption as a proxy for evaluating the welfare of the poor and positing that increases in average caloric consumption cannot be centered on the rich, who have already approached their biological limits.
High sugar intake actually lowers satiety levels, which subsequently can cause an increase in caloric consumption.
So, when I tell my overweight and obese patients to restrict their caloric consumption to lose weight, the discussion usually begins with, "I know this might be difficult, but.
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The results suggest that manipulating calorie content and portion size substantially can reduce children's overall caloric consumption.
Interestingly, human data suggest that food consumption on the nonfasting days does not result in caloric consumption to cover the caloric deficit on the fasted day.
And, although Diet Doc does regulate their patient's caloric consumption, they do not embrace or endorse the outdated hCG diet and its' 500-calorie per day theory.
Denham Harman, PhD, the discoverer of the free radical has helped to demonstrate that every time we eat, the caloric consumption generates free radicals.
One MET is defined as the energy cost of sitting quietly and is equivalent to a caloric consumption of 1kcal/kg/hour.
The social and economic norms that perpetuate excess caloric consumption will be hard to shift.