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calorie

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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES food/alcohol/calorie etc intake ▪ Sickness may develop from inadequate fluid intake. COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ ADJECTIVE daily ▪ These recommendations will guide you to your own ideal daily calorie limits for successful ...

Usage examples of calorie.

A one-quarter cup serving of prepared agave provides thirty calories and more calcium than does a half glass of milk.

The reason for this is simple: Many people are trying to watch their calories as well as their carbs, and calling their attention to those dishes in this book that are particularly low in calories seemed helpful.

French take in about as many calories as we do in the United States, but they consume more cholesterol and saturated fats because they eat four times as much butter as we and more than twice as much cheese and lard.

The excess insulin has a disastrous effect on our waistlines: it causes our fat cells to store extra calories, whether from proteins, fats, or carbohydrates, in the form of body fat.

Eat about seventy calories in the form of healthy monounsaturated fats.

Canyon Ranch Nutrition Philosophy is strict, though not as draconian as Pritikin: 60 percent carbohydrates, mainly complex, 20 percent fat, 20 percent protein, 1,000 to 1,200 calories a day, high fiber, no caffeine, oils high in polyunsaturates, two grams of sodium, almost no refined flour.

I feel that the most important factor for Okinawan longevity is that they consume 20 to 40 percent fewer calories than the Japanese.

Although the Okinawans eat fewer calories, they have the highest consumption of soy protein of any population in the world.

I have told you before that at these altitudes you simply must force fluids and calories.

Even in quite mild weather half the calories you burn go to keep your body warm.

While it may not have been much in the way of taste, it was probably very high in calories judging by the obesity of some of the other prisoners.

Letting fear-nausea overwhelm her had been stupid, a waste of calories she might not be able to replace at once.

The hot salt taste of the blood, and strength flowing back into her shivering body as the calories translated into warmth.

The marriage manuals, I was discovering, often focused on the obvious, and I already pos-sessed the sophistication not to wear rollers, a face mask, and flannel pyjamas to bed or devour onions by the plateful--even though they are low in calories and make a pleasing change from naked lettuce.

She seemed not to spare a thought for calories or cholesterol as she smothered her potato in sour cream and lathered the bread with butter.