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kil·o·cal·o·rie

 (kĭl′ə-kăl′ə-rē)
n. Abbr. kcal
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kilocalorie

(ˈkɪləʊˌkælərɪ)
n
(Units) another name for Calorie
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kil•o•cal•o•rie

(ˈkɪl əˌkæl ə ri)

n.
1000 small calories. Abbr.: kcal
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kil·o·cal·o·rie

(kĭl′ə-kăl′ə-rē)
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kilocalorie

1. (kcal or Cal) A unit of energy measurement representing the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water by 1°C. Also called the international calorie.” 1 kcal = 1000 cal. See calorie.
2. See calorie.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kilocalorie - a unit of heat equal to the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water by one degree at one atmosphere pressure; used by nutritionists to characterize the energy-producing potential in food
energy unit, heat unit, work unit - a unit of measurement for work
gram calorie, small calorie, calorie - unit of heat defined as the quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 degree centigrade at atmospheric pressure
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kilocalorie

nKilokalorie f
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According to analysis carried out by Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, kilocalorie demand per person is likely to reach 3050 kcal.
A "kilocalorie" is another word for what is commonly called a "calorie", so 1,000 calories will be written as 1,000 kcals.
This study, presented at the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (CCC) 2018 in Toronto, investigated how many breaks, and for what duration, are needed to expend 770 kilocalorie (kcal).
The nutritional content of the chow diet by % kilocalorie was 29% protein, 58% carbohydrate, and 13% fat with a total fuel value of 3.36kcal/g (Rodent Diet 5001, LabDiet, St.
He said China should set a minimum price of 0.1-0.12 yuan per kilocalorie, which would put the price of benchmark 5,500 kcal coal at 550-660 yuan ($88-106) per tonne.
The new daily assessment reflects the commercial and merchantable value of thermal coal with a calorific value of 5,500 kilocalorie per kilogram (kcal/kg) net-as-received (NAR) on delivered basis to the east and west coasts of India, 30 to 60 days forward.
Even the most soulless of pragmatists concur that burning 10 kilocalories of energy to produce every one kilocalorie of food on our plates is an unconscionable waste of energy.
Median total kilocalorie intake was similar in women with and without HIV (1795 and 1757), as were median kilocalorie intakes from carbohydrates (48 and 48), fat (36 and 36), protein (14 and 14), and sweets (12 and 13).
He also includes a simple, accurate algorithm for calculating daily kilocalorie targets for dancers (this reviewer tried it) and advises to "go no longer than four hours without eating." Welsh admits his discussion may at times be a bit truncated.
The Sensewear Armband (SWA) Kilocalorie (Kcal) measures appear comparable to indirect calorimetry (IC) for exercise activities; however, agreement between SWA and IC has not been determined for low intensity activities commonly used in rehabilitation.
The map showing total kilocalorie APD (Figure 3) did not establish a visual relationship because all four categories had an approximately equal number of countries, except the category with high intake and high CVD rate.