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ca·lor·ic in·take

the total number of calories in a daily diet allocation.

caloric intake

The number of calories received orally and/or parenterally into the body.
See also: intake


pertaining to heat or to calories.

caloric density
measure of the energy contained in food, usually quantified as calories or joules, per unit mass of food.
caloric exhaustion
caloric homeostasis
process of regulation of energy intake from food to sustain energy balance.
caloric intake
measure of amount of food energy as calories eaten by an animal.
caloric requirements
see energy requirements.
caloric test
irrigation of the external ear canal with hot or very cold water will stimulate the flow of endolymph and will cause nystagmus if the vestibular system and brainstem are intact.
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