caloric value

ca·lor·ic val·ue

the heat evolved by a food when burnt or metabolized.

ca·lor·ic val·ue

(kă-lōr'ik val'yū)
Heat produced by food when burnt or metabolized.
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Rockwell and his research partner, Linda Gormezano, computed the energy required to offset any increased starvation and then determined the caloric value of snow geese, their eggs, and caribou that live near the coast of western Hudson Bay.
A Steam Coal With Caloric Value Exceding 6200 Kilolcal Per Kg Non Cooking
The results indicated that eating raisins three times per day may significantly lower blood pressure among individuals with pre-hypertension when compared to other popular snacks; and may significantly lower postprandial (post-meal) glucose levels when compared to other popular snacks of equal caloric value.
The caloric value of food basket comprised 2,101 kilocalories, its chemical composition contains 73 g of proteins and 71 g of fat.
Baer and Novotny first conducted a feeding study in humans to measure the caloric value of pistachios.
It is probably not prudent to increase the caloric value of a food or meal in the name of reducing GI in the hope of weight loss, and when considered in isolation, recommendations to adhere to a 'low-GI diet' for weight reduction may yield inadequate results.
The latest revision in the incentive system covers the production of coals with high caloric value in addition to the already present low caloric coal types.
Government assessments about the amount of energy in food assume that the caloric value is the same whether the food it cooked or raw, but scientists know that raw food provides fewer calories because the body expends energy breaking it down, said Richard Wrangham of Harvard University.
There are only 16 calories in a teaspoon of sugar, and the vegetables are getting a tiny fraction of that 6 Duffy found that just three-fourths of a teaspoon of sugar, added to a half a cup of vegetables, can do the trick -- so the added caloric value is nearly negligible.
The results of moisture, ash, crude protein, crude fibre, crude fat, NFE and caloric value of L.
Thus, in this paper we have studied the extraction of hydrocarbons from two different types of Israeli's oil shales by ethanol and mixtures of water and ethanol, which resemble to the composition of water in bioethanol, to increase their caloric value as potential biofuels.
Before every meal, Mahmoud automatically starts crunching numbers: the caloric value, fat percentage, sugar and sodium levels et cetera.