- n. Plural form of kilojoule.
“Even the smallest serving offers up 1021 kilojoules, which is around 10% of the recommended amount for a physically active adult male.”
“Smule ranks the cities of the world by the number of 'kilojoules' burned each day.”
“The basic idea of the diet is that you eat high-protein meals, which are as satisfying as fatty food but low in these mystical "kilojoules" or "kilocalories".”
“Apparently, fat contains twice as many "kilojoules" as protein or carbohydrate, so you're supposed to limit the amount of fatty foods you eat to create "balance" in your diet.”
“But there's more to it than this "kilojoules" stuff.”
“I believe that there are energies in the universe that defy measurement with the narrow tools of the rationalist, Western scientific establishment, and if these "kilojoules" are among them, so be it.”
“If you are using a power meter, you could get actual energy expenditure in kilojoules which is essentially calories.”
“Instead of eating 1,000 calories a day, which seemed to be the recommended weight-loss calorie consumption for women, I ate 1,000 kilojoules.”
“As 1,000 kilojoules was approximately 300 calories, I embarked on my 300-calorie diet with the goal of a one-pound weight loss per day and I would do it for seven days.”
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