The calorie count on most foods includes 4 calories/gram of fiber, although the body does not really digest fiber well. Estimates vary, but you can assume that no more than 1-2 calories will be absorbed per gram of fiber. Therefore, look at the number of grams of fiber, and subtract 2 x (grams fiber) from the total calorie count. I am not sure how well soluble fiber is digested by the body, so for soluble fiber, you may want to be more conservative.
The average digested calories for a woman depends on the woman and what she's been eating. If she eats a lot of high calorie processed foods, then she will digest a lot of calories. If on the other hand, she eats a lot of healthy things with a low calorific value, then she will digest fewer calories.
Urine can have a calorie count as it is how dispelled nutrients leave your body. It is not a high calorie count, though. As food is digested and processed, your liver breaks it all up calorie wise. It then either uses or stores the calories for future energy.
Yes, a calorie is a calorie, regardless
No. Water is the only thing that has no calories. Most fruits and veggies are low-calorie, though. And the natural sugars and acids in fruits and veggies are easily digested and used up by the body.
Yes, there are. But not food calories. The wax is not digested (it is undegestible), so there is no calorie count from the point of view of wax as a food or nutrient.
The recommendation for carbohydrates is that they should be coming from 45-65% of the calories in your diet.
9 calories = 1fat calorie
Yes, the calories you eat are the same calories that you burn.
One Calorie is equal to 1,000 calories.
1000 calories make up 1 Calorie
You look at the number next to the words Calories from fat. On a side note when speaking nutritionally calories is always capitalized. This is because the nutritional Calorie (also called a large calorie, dietary calorie, or food calorie) is actually a kilogram calorie.
0.001because 1,000 calories, make 1kilo-calorie.
A lowercase calorie is a unit of measurement. The "calories" found on nutrition labels are actually kilocalories (Calories), so there are 1000 calories in 1 Calories.
I food Calories = 1000 calories
That depends on which calorie you mean. There are large calories (kilogram calories) and small ones (gram calories). One joule is about 0.24 gram calories or 0.00024 kilogram calories.
1 food calorie or Calorie or kilocalorie is equivalent of 1000 calories and thus 5 food calories is equal to 5000 heat calories.AnswerA 'food calorie' is a unit of measurement that people in the food industry are either too lazy or too stupid to call a 'kilocalorie' (kcal).A calorie is a calorie. There is no such thing as a 'food calorie'. A calorie measures energy. Any energy. However, it is an obsolete unit that was used in the old centimetre-gram-second-ampere system. When used to describe food energy, it should be 'kilocalories' NOT calories (calories are not capitalised).
Remember that one calorie is equivalent to 4.18400 Joules. Also remember that a food calorie (Calorie) is equal to 1000 calories. So one Calorie is equal to 4.184 kJ of energy.
1 calories is equal to 1 calorie.
A calorie is a unit of energy. We tend to associate calories with food but they apply to anything containing energy. a Calorie is associated with food. They are actually kilocalories, so 1 Calorie= 1000 calories
"Calorie" (with a capital "C") is common notation for a "kilocalorie" which equals 1000 calories (with a lowercase "c"). Since "calories" are too small a unit of measurement, nutrition labels give caloric content in "Calories".
The calorie content in sperm is about 5 to 25 calories.
1000 calories + 1 kilocalorie
one kilo calorie = 1000 calorie
Hard cheese has a higher calorie content, since soft cheese has a greater percentage of water in it.