41. Positive energy balance created when more energy expended than : 1400803.
41. Positive energy balance is created when more energy is expended than is taken in.
42. The body requires an excess 2,700 kilocalories to gain one pound of body weight.
43. To maintain a stable body weight, the amount of kilocalories in versus kilocalories out must be equal.
44. A bomb calorimeter measures the kilocalorie content of food by measuring the heat released during combustion.
45. The heat released from food during combustion is due to the breaking of chemical bonds within the food itself.
46. Measuring the amount of oxygen consumed during food combustion provides a direct measurement of the energy content of a food.
47. The kilocalorie values obtained from a bomb calorimeter can be considered equivalent to the values obtained through human digestion and metabolism.
48. The kilocalorie content of food is calculated by multiplying the milligrams of a certain macronutrient by the kilocalories contained in each gram.
49. Total daily energy expenditure (TDEE) is a sum total of TEE, TEF, and BMR.
50. The amount of energy spent to meet the body’s basic physiological needs while at rest is referred to as BMR.