- n. Plural form of calorie.
“The difference in calories is negligible and they’re actually less healthy, peanut butter is healthy to begin with!”
“Besides, counting calories is the last thing on my mind when I'm hunting.”
“Those candies typically list some form of sugar first; they also are usually lower in calories (and saturated fat), so you can allow yourself more of them throughout the day.”
“* Previously: Olive Garden's spaghetti with meatballs is comparable in calories to three Quarter Pounders.”
“Chris Travers says: ntbb: you store fat by eating a surplus in calories, not by eating carbs.”
“Mark Field says: you store fat by eating a surplus in calories, not by eating carbs.”
“He also said that the meals served to firefighters each day are high in calories because firefighters are "going through calories like crazy on the line.”
“Because they're high in calories and fat, we also ate vacuum-packed potato chips and lots of”
“Looking first at activity levels, the researchers found no discernable difference in calories burned due to physical activity between the two groups of women.”
“Burning calories is the opposite of what food is supposed to do!”
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