equicaloric


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e·qui·ca·lor·ic

(ē'kwi-kă-lōr'ik),
Equal in heat value.
See also: isodynamic.
[L. aequus, equal, + calor, heat]
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In addition, those with insulin resistance (which may include most of the obese) have a reduced capacity to metabolise carbohydrate safely [6] and achieve metabolic and other benefits from a low-carbohydrate diet that they will not achieve from an equicaloric low-fat, high-carbohydrate diet.
The study authors conclude: "Routine consumption of raisins 3 times a day may significantly lower [postmeal] glucose levels, when compared to common alternative equicaloric snacks.
Washington, July 11 ( ANI ): Both animals and humans find multiple pieces of food to be more satiating and rewarding than an equicaloric, single-piece portion of food, suggests a new study.
Figure 1 shows the nutrient equivalences for the key nutrients discussed above, across this food group for approximately equicaloric serves of meat and non-meat choices.