kilojoule


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kil·o·joule

(kil'ō-jūl),
A unit of energy, work, or quantity of heat equal to 103 joules.
[kilo + joule]

kil·o·joule

(kil'ŏ-jūl)
1000 joules.

kilojoule

(kil′ŏ-jool″) [ kilo- + joule],

kJ

One thousand joules. Nutritionally, one kilojoule is equal to one calorie.

kilojoule

1000 joules.
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Its important people have all the information they need to make healthy, balanced food choices, and thats what mandatory kilojoule labelling is all about.
Even if you eat a fairly healthy diet of fruit and vegetables, but keep your food intake below about 4000- 5000 kilojoules, being underweight may ravage your appearance.
Currently, just over 50 per cent of such Victorian chain food outlets voluntarily display kilojoule content.
To provide adequate nutrient intakes in low-energy diets necessitates selection of foods that are naturally nutrient rich (NNR) for the kilojoules they provide.
Melbourne, September 8 ( ANI ): Cafe customers who combine decadent, creamy milk drinks with cakes and other treats are stacking on the kilojoules, buying as much as three-quarters of their energy needs for an entire day, a new study has revealed.
Could you tell me what the difference is between kilocalories and kilojoules.
Severe obesity: the use of very low energy diets or standard kilojoule restriction diets.
Although a multiple linear regression of the second-order polynomial describing growth in live mass in terms of kilojoules assimilable energy per gram diet and milligrams protein per assimilable kilojoule accounted for 81% of the variation in growth, the form of the regression implied counterintuitive trends at the margins of the plot.
The new laws will require large chain food outlets and large supermarkets to display the kilojoule content of food and drinks on menus, menu boards, price tags and online menus.
The Health Legislation Amendment Bill 2015, passed by the Queensland Parliament today, makes it mandatory for food businesses to display the kilojoule content of their food and drinks at point-of-sale.
Hofflin's definition describes 1 kilojoule as equalling 239.
There is no denying this wine is a healthier option for kilojoule conscious wine drinkers.