caloric intake


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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.
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15.5% of total caloric intake; the mean intake of carbohydrates was 203.92[+ or -]73.40 g, i.e.
A retrospective chart review was conducted of daily protein and caloric intake in the cardiac intensive care unit of AFIC Rawalpindi.
Improved Myocardial Function after Reducing Caloric Intake. Four weeks of WD-feeding significantly decreased diastolic lumen diameter and increased diastolic wall thickness compared to control rats (Table 2).
There was no significant difference between males and females regarding caloric intake. We did find that as Southern flying squirrels increase in weight, they consume significantly less energy per gram live weight.
This hypoallergenic drink mix combines soluble fiber and chromium to enhance satiety and reduce caloric intake, along with several ingredients shown to support healthy liver function and detoxification pathways: N-acetylcysteine (NAC), green tea, calcium D-glucarate and selenium.
Most people just assume the lower-fat milk has fewer calories, which theoretically decreases total caloric intake and lessens weight gain.
House said they were still listed as hunger strikers because the military requires a minimum of three days of sustained eating and a minimal caloric intake before they can be removed from the tally.
There was no effect on total cholesterol levels, LDL levels, body mass index (BMI) or total caloric intake.
A new study linking excess calorie consumption in humans with greater risk of memory loss suggests that overeating may be bad for the brain and modest food intake beneficial--and these findings are supported by an impressive body of animal research that ties restricted caloric intake to advantages for cerebral health and functioning.