noncaloric


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noncaloric

(nŏn′kə-lôr′ĭk, -lŏr′-)
adj.
Having few or no calories: a noncaloric soft drink.
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Similar to Cook County and Philadelphia, the proposed Washington legislation would also apply to "diet beverages," defined as beverages that contain artificial noncaloric or low-calorie sweeteners.
Stevioside is commonly used as a noncaloric sugar substitute in Japan and Brazil.
Water is the ideal fluid because it is readily available, inexpensive and noncaloric, but other beverages also count toward your fluid intake, including juices, milk and herbal teas.
Furthermore, the introduction of noncaloric, high-intensity sweeteners is correlated with current obesity trends [5].
Noncaloric effects of age and ambient temperature on the comparative growth of broiler chicks fed tallow and soybean oil.
The sodas use a unique blend of caloric and noncaloric sweeteners to deliver full flavor with only 10 calories per 12-ounce serving.
After a 2-week run-in period, patients were randomized to either 12 weeks of naltrexone or 4 weeks of placebo, taken daily with or without food or water approximately 1 hour before bedtime, in the form of an opaque gelatin capsule with microcrystalline cellulose filler and noncaloric sweetener.
After a 2-week run-in period, patients were randomized to either 12 weeks of naltrexone or 4 weeks of placebo, taken daily with or without food or water ap proximately 1 hour before bedtime, in the form of an opaque gelatin capsule with microcrystalline cellulose filler and noncaloric sweetener.
Substituting noncaloric beverages - whether it's water, diet soft drinks or something else - can be a clear and simple change for people who want to lose or maintain weight," said study author Deborah Tate, Ph.
Nabors, who is with a trade organization (Calorie Control Council, Atlanta, Georgia) introduces the quest for an ideal sweetener, the multiple ingredient approach, and the relative sweetness and regulation of low-calorie, reduced-calorie, and noncaloric alternatives to sugar.
ON THE EFFECTS OF NONCALORIC SWEETENERS ON THE WEIGHT OF RATS
Ever since I first read about the links between diabetes and diet soda consumption, I have thought: "Artificial sweeteners were designed to be noncaloric and to taste sweet.