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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - (of a nuclear reaction) occurring with evolution or releasing of energy
exothermal, exothermic, heat-releasing - (of a chemical reaction or compound) occurring or formed with the liberation of heat - of or relating to catabolism
catabolic, katabolic - characterized by destructive metabolism
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Zaufyshan Haseeb, behaviorial psychologist, explained how those fasting should opt for slow energy-releasing foods.
3 PORRIDGE Slow, energy-releasing properties of porridge oats are a big help to dieters.
They are designed to carry out different energy-releasing functions.
For instance, spectra of the surface of the moon show several compounds that could dissolve in water and trigger energy-releasing chemical reactions.
Researchers found that the energy-releasing enzyme, succinate dehydrogenase, acts like a catalytic converter to clear toxic pollution in the body.
Wheaties Energy Crunch is a mix of honey-toasted whole-grain flakes, crunchy protein clusters and almonds and an energizing combination of six grams of protein, complex carbohydrates, and energy-releasing B vitamins.
Think twice, A recent Massachusetts study suggest that each extra sugar-sweetened drink downed by kids ages 11 or 12 causes a 60 percent increased risk for obesity--when more than 30 percent of body weight is stored as fat (percentage varies from person to person),Though the link between soda and weight gain is unclear, scientists suspect intense concentrations of sugar consumed in liquid form disrupts the body's metabolism, or energy-releasing chemical reactions, Grab a good old-fashioned glass of milk instead.
This exothermic, or energy-releasing, reaction releases energy in three forms: heat, light, and sound--key ingredients in any fireworks blowout.