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HUMAN ENERGY USAGE
ENDOSOMATIC ENERGY
BODY FAT
REFINED SUGAR
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COCONUTS
SHRIMP
FOODS
ENERGY
SUGAR
XYLITOL
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FOOD ENERGY
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Definitions

  1. Food energy is the amount of energy in food that is available through digestion.

Human Energy Usage

  1. Karl Voit was a prominent German physiologist who developed one of the first laboratories that could evaluate food energy and human energy usage. (Web site)

Endosomatic Energy

  1. Endosomatic energy is generated through the metabolic transformation of food energy into muscle energy in the human body. (Web site)

Body Fat

  1. A sub-maintenance level of food energy is combined with cardiovascular exercise to lose body fat in preparation for a contest.

Refined Sugar

  1. Their food energy comes solely from refined sugar. (Web site)

Common

  1. However, in many countries it remains in common use as a unit of food energy. (Web site)

Low

  1. Coconut water has no artificial additives and contains significant amounts of electrolytes, while being low in food energy.

Coconuts

  1. It is naturally fat free and low in food energy.Coconuts for drinking are carefully packaged and sold in many places. (Web site)

Shrimp

  1. As with other seafood, shrimp is high in calcium, protein and low in food energy.

Foods

  1. Foods in these two groups contain a lot of starch, which is an excellent source of food energy. (Web site)

Energy

  1. Carbohydrates are the human body's key source of energy, providing 4 kilocalories (17 kilojoules) of food energy per gram. (Web site)
  2. May 21, 2004 The U.S. food system consumes ten times more energy than it produces in food energy.

Sugar

  1. A sugar substitute is a food additive that duplicates the effect of sugar in taste, usually with less food energy. (Web site)

Xylitol

  1. Possessing approximately 40% less food energy,[ 21] xylitol is a low- calorie alternative to table sugar. (Web site)

Calories

  1. It is naturally fat-free and low in food energy (16.7 calories or 70 kilojoules per 100 grams).
  2. The calories used for food energy in nutrition are the large calories based on the kilogram rather than the gram, often identified as food calories.

Corn Syrup

  1. Sugar and corn syrup, two huge sources of food energy, are some of the most subsidized products by the United States government.

Food Energy

  1. Until the 1980s, soft drinks obtained nearly all of their food energy in the form of refined cane sugar or corn syrup.
  2. Inulin is advantageous because it contains 25–30% the food energy of sugar or other carbohydrates and 10–15% the food energy of fat. (Web site)
  3. As a generalization, Yang foods tend to be dense in food energy, especially energy from fat, while Yin foods tend to have high water content. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Corn Syrup
  2. Calories
  3. Food Additive
  4. Cooking > Foods > Beverages > Soft Drinks
  5. Xylitol
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