A scientific calorie is a measurement that reflects the amount of energy produced. When measuring calories in food, a scientist is calculating the expected output of energy, or how
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1. Look on the label to find out how many grams of each major type there is in the meal. 2. Multiply the number of grams by the number of calories for each type. Thus for instance
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There are 239 calories in 1 kilojoule  A joule is a 1 unit of electrical energy it takes to
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Do you know the number of carbs ,fats and protein in the portion of food you are eating .Carbs and protein equal 4 cal each and fats equal 9 cal. . So if you were to eat something
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