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KCALKde Calendaring Library
KCALKilo Calorie
KCALKenya Coalition against Landmines (Nairobi, Kenya)
KCALKingstonians Concerned About the LVEC (Large Venue Entertainment Centre; Ontario, Canada)
KCALKnox County Art League (Ohio)
KCALKillie Campbell Africana Library (South Africa)
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The mean absolute values of the DEE are greater for men than for women by around 1200-1300 kcal, with all differences being statistically significant.
The same percentage of meals was equal to or over 1,000 kcal at Stone House, though just 23 meals were measured.
This will expend 770 kcal a day, an amount associated with a lower risk of premature death," Ramadi added.
The TCP ([R]) session with an EE of approximately 5 METs means that the subjects' had an energy expenditure of 296.55 kcal. However, it should be noted that the average body mass of the subjects in the present study was 71.6 kg.
Since then, Kcal has enjoyed growing success in the UAE and Middle East and is now expanding further in the region and beyond.
Extending the studies to the reaction of the CpIr[(NO).sub.2] with ethylene, the concerted [3 + 2] addition pathway has an activation barrier of 13.0 kcal [mol.sup.-1] (Figure 3) leading to the formation of the observed alkylnitroso complex of Ir.
However, carbohydrate, fibre, protein, zinc, and magnesium, which were significantly higher among adult pulse consumers at the highest levels of consumption (when pulse intake was quantified by gram) were only significantly different when calculated per 1000 kcal. These differences may be attributed to the fact that the previous study on Canadian adults expressed nutrient intake on 4 levels of pulse consumption [4], whereas the current study simply placed consumers into 1 group due to small sample sizes.
The energetic expenditure, measured in METs and in kilocalories (kcal), observed in the last stage of the test was 11.80 [+ or -] 1.03 and 18.08 [+ or -] 6.38, respectively.
Also noteworthy was that the regions with the lowest proportion of food launches in the 0-200 kcal per 100g / ml bracket - Latin America and North America - actually recorded the greatest proportion of low calorie claims in that bracket.
Results showed that except 22-35 d period, average daily feed intake (ADFI) was affected (Pless than 0.01) by dietary ME level with the lowest ADFI assigned to those fed diets containing 3000 kcal ME/kg.
Dubai-based healthy fast food brand Kcal is set to open its first flagship outlet in Egypt, following the recently global expansion plans announcement.
He offered three treatments diets of energy levels 2900 kcal 2700 kcal and 2500 kcal kg-1 along with two enzyme levels i.e.