Low Calorie Density = High Quality

Low Calorie Density = High Quality

An article in the August J Am Diet Assoc. evaluated the diets of 7,500 American adults who participated in the 1994-1996 Continuing Survey of Food Intakes by Individuals. Not surprisingly, those who consumed diets with a lower calorie or energy density (ED) consumed fewer calories than those who consumed higher ED diets. Despite consuming fewer calories,...

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