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isocaloric

(ˌaɪsəʊkəˈlɒrɪk; ˌaɪsəʊˈkælərɪk)
adj
having the same or a similar calorific value
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Isocaloric liquid sterile mixture;hypercaloric liquid sterile mixture to maintain the immune system.
A typical isocaloric and isonitrogenous starter (0 to14 d) and finisher (15 to 35 d) diets were formulated in mashed form based on Ross 308 recommendation guide (Table I).
Subjects who provided information about their eating habits (N=107) were divided on the basis of their eating behavior into the following 4 groups: (1) isocaloric (balanced) (n=45); (2) hypercaloric (balanced) (n=12); (3) hypercaloric (imbalanced) (n=4); (4) hypocaloric (n=46).
In random order and separated by a 3- to 7-day interval, the subjects performed three bouts of submaximal, continuous aerobic exercise on an electronic treadmill: a moderate-intensity walk, with 60% of the peak heart rate achieved at the CPET in 30 min (exercise M30); a low-intensity walk, with 40% of the peak heart rate achieved at the CPET heart rate corresponding to 40% of VO2peak in 30 min (exercise L30); and a low-intensity walk, with 40% of the peak heart rate achieved at the CPET in 45 min (exercise L45, isocaloric to exercise M30) (19).
A standard starter (0-14) and finisher (15-28 days) diets with isocaloric and isonitrogenous contents were offered as mash form as recommended by National Research Council (NRC, 1994).
sup][22] In another randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, ALS patients were divided, respectively, into three groups as follows: an isocaloric diet group, a high-carbohydrate/hypercaloric diet (HC/HC) group, and a high-fat/hypercaloric diet (HF/HC) group.
Both diets were restricted by 500 kilocalories per day compared to an isocaloric intake for each individual.
Visceral adiposity and metabolic syndrome after very high-fat and low-fat isocaloric diets: a randomized controlled trial.
Methods: Eight weeks old female C57BL/6 mice (n=40) were assigned through simple randomization into four isocaloric dietary groups (16% of calories as soy oil (LSO) or EVOO (LOO) and 45% of calories as soy oil (HSO) or EVOO (HOO)) during three weeks of gestation and lactation.
2] were: randomised controlled trials (RCTs); published in English; >10 participants randomised in each group; diet was the only intervention; control and intervention diets were isocaloric (isoenergetic); complete macronutrient profile of intervention diet was available; control diet was deemed balanced (defined as 45-65%, 25-35% and 10-20% of total energy from CHO, fat and protein, respectively); and the follow-up period was [greater than or equal to] 12 weeks.