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a unit of mass in the SI system; one thousandth of a kilogram. (See also Table of Weights and Measures in the Appendix and si units.)
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A unit of weight in the metric or centesimal system, the equivalent of 15.432358 gr or 0.03527 avoirdupois ounce.
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–gramVox populi The root form for something produced in a graphic format. See Angiogram, Nettergram, Scan.
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A unit of weight in the metric or centesimal system, the equivalent of 15.432358 grains or 0.03527 avoirdupois ounce.
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A unit of weight in the metric or centesimal system, the equivalent of 15.432358 gr or 0.03527 avoirdupois oz.
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Patient discussion about gram
Q. I get about 190 grams of protein a day. Is that too much protein? Have you ever seen a guy living only for food? No? Here I am. I get about 190 grams of protein a day. Is that too much protein? My weight is 183 pounds.
A. this is a good amount, just make sure that you get the majority of it from real foods and not from powders and bars.More discussions about gram
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