The women who reduced their caloric intake weighed an average of four pounds less than they did at the beginning of the trial.
caloric restriction as a research discipline has actually been around for ages.
The Daily Beast ranks the fattiest, saltiest, most caloric slices in America.
The caloric and fat content of an ounce or two of toppings can easily top that of the fro-yo base.
A true measure of caloric burn requires a heart rate monitor (missing from most trackers).
When the principle of attraction prevails, it causes them to become solid; when caloric prevails, they become aeriform.
Why is it necessary to consider the caloric value of a ration?
Animal bodies do not depend for the quantity of caloric necessary to their existence upon the sun.
But caloric, in some degree, exists in every known substance.
Every once in a while you hear that the caloric theory has been exploded.
hypothetical fluid in a now-discarded model of heat exchange, 1792, from French calorique, coined in this sense by Lavoisier, from Latin calorem "heat" (nominative calor; see calorie). The adjective is recorded from 1865.
caloric ca·lor·ic (kə-lôr'ĭk)
Of or relating to calories.
Of or relating to heat.