noncaloric


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non·ca·lor·ic

 (nŏn′kə-lôr′ĭk, -lŏr′-)
adj.
Having few or no calories: a noncaloric soft drink.

noncaloric

(ˌnɒnˈkælərɪk; ˌnɒnkəˈlɒrɪk)
adj
(Cookery) (of food or drink) containing few or no calories
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Adj.1.noncaloric - of food have no (or few) calories; "a noncaloric drink"
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The TRAIN Law's P6 per liter tax on beverages using caloric and noncaloric sweeteners and P12 per liter tax on beverages using high fructose corn syrup will increase the cost of Coca-Cola's products and other similarly situated beverages.
It slaps a tax of P12 per liter on beverages with high-fructose corn syrup and P6 per liter on drinks with caloric and noncaloric sweetener.
that it would trim down its workforce in the light of the passage of the tax reform measure that imposes P6 per liter excise tax on beverages that uses caloric and noncaloric sweeteners, and P12 per liter on beverages using high-fructose corn syrup.
This phenomenon was identified in the present study since %GR of a noncaloric isotonic liquid meal was significantly greater in normoglycemic animals pretreated with atropine compared to their vehicle-treated controls.
Both jurisdictions specifically tax beverages that use noncaloric sugar substitutes ("non-caloric sweeteners" in Cook County and "artificial sugar substitutes" in Philadelphia).
Sweetened beverage" is defined as any nonalcoholic beverage, carbonated or noncarbonated, that contains any caloric sweetener or noncaloric sweetener.
However, this limitation of rebiana is easily addressed by mixing it with any of a number of caloric and noncaloric sweeteners, such as erythritol (Carakostas et al.
Some are calorically equal to sucrose, others have fewer calories and some are noncaloric.
Nature of stevia which is noncaloric sweetener benefits diabetic patient in maintaining of the glucose level.
Stevioside, a major component of the Stevia rebaudiana leaf, is used as a conventional noncaloric sweetener and has been used in traditional medicine for several hundred years [6, 7].
Refrigerated beverage coolers: Place sparkling water, seltzer and noncaloric or low-calorie beverage choices exclusively in grab-and-go cases.
The rationale for using a noncaloric artificial sweetener is weight reduction and blood sugar control for people with diabetes.