Energy Density May Help Control Hunger and Manage Weight

Foods with a low energy density contribute more slowly to a person's daily energy needs.

All foods have a certain number of calories within a given amount or volume and this can be expressed as their Energy Density (ED). The ED of any food is based on its content of air, fiber, water, and fat. Foods containing more air, fiber, or water such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and cooked […]

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