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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Cerestar has been given approval from the Mexican Government to market its all-natural, noncaloric bulk sweetener C*Eridex in Mexico.
Likewise, the effectiveness of red tea for weight loss should be unaffected by noncaloric sweeteners like Splenda.
Drop 1/2 cup scoop on baking pan or electric skillet sprayed with noncaloric vegetable-based spray.
The enzyme converts cane or beet sugar to alternans, a class of low-calorie or noncaloric dextrans.
By this time, however, powerful market forces were at work, especially a huge artificial sweetener industry that felt threatened by the appearance of a sweetener that was natural, virtually noncaloric and safe for use by diabetics.
One of the discoveries, a natural, noncaloric dietary fiber, can replace up to half of the flour in baked goods, thereby lowering their total caloric content.
USDA-developed Z Trim is a natural noncaloric functional food ingredient that can lower calories from fat up to 80% in foods while maintaining superior taste and mouthfeel.
Plants improve our health and nutrient status in many other ways: noncaloric beverages, poultices, topical oils, spices, gum, medications including the diabetes drug metformin, supplements, and inhaled essential oils.
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Non-food rewards, or nonnutritive, noncaloric sweeteners don't fight stress because "you miss out on the metabolic feedback," he told the New York Times.