reduced calorie

re·duced cal·o·rie

(rĕ-dūst' kal'ŏr-ē)
A product so labeled contains, by F.D.A. order, at least 25% fewer calories than found in a comparison food.
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Tech startup Plasma Nutrition launched their newest ingredient powered by Ingredient Optimized[TM] technology: IoProtein[TM] - Reduced Calorie, the world's first whey protein with 26% fewer calories than standard WPI.
SBT takes a more traditional approach, emphasizing reduced calorie consumption and increasing your physical activity.
In Study 3, patients were randomized to treatment after losing [greater than or equal to]5% of their body weight through reduced calorie intake and exercise; those who did not meet the required weight loss were excluded from the study.
It is unlikely you'll be able to fit it in easily within your reduced calorie intake.
Extensive research shows these new all-natural compositions deliver an excellent taste profile and better value for particular food and beverage needs, including diet and reduced calorie packaged products.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Your mood for food can be changed by a restaurant's choice of music and lighting, leading to increased satisfaction and reduced calorie intake, according to a new study.
Since then, approval by legislators around the world has opened the door to new formulations and reformulations of foods and beverages with zero or reduced calorie content
Study author Anita Jeyakumar, MD, of the Saint Louis University School of Medicine, said children with chronic tonsillitis may suffer from conditions that led to reduced calorie intake.
There are plenty of reduced calorie diets around designed to provide fewer calories per serving without actually reducing the amount of feed, so the dog still feels full.
Starting the day with a high-quality protein breakfast like eggs was found to be a great tool to promote long-lasting fullness and reduced calorie consumption.
Previous studies of children also showed that cutting TV viewing time reduced calorie consumption.