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The Importance of Caloric Density by Frederic Patenaude
Caloric density is one of the most important concepts in health and weight loss.
It’s simply a value of how many calories are in a certain weight of food, either by pound or kilo.
If you eat foods with a low caloric density, you get full much faster because you have more volume to deal with, and more fiber to keep you full.
If you eat foods of high-caloric density, you tend to find it easier to consume more calories, and for some people this causes some issues for their waistline.
Study after study has shown that caloric density is the most important factor in making a diet work long-term.
Because if you eat foods of low caloric density, you get full much faster, and it’s incredibly difficult to overeat and gain unwanted weight.
For example, lettuce has a caloric density of only 100 calories per pound, while olive oil has 4000 calories per pound.
Now you’ll say… yeah, but nobody just eats olive oil!
Of course. But whenever you add olive oil to a food, you increase the overall caloric density significantly.
One famous study showed that when they fed a group of people the same food but without the added fat, people ate the same amount of food, but consumed fewer calories, and lost weight. But, the other group being fed the same food but with extra oil sneaked in gained weight. They were taking in extra calories without realizing it!
At the same time, if you add lettuce to any meal, you lower the caloric density.
That’s why they’ve found that when people had a large fat free salad or a big apple before their meal, they ate less at the meal and were able to lose weight.
All because of applying the concepts of caloric density.
It’s important to note that nobody can live on just vegetables, and that you’d get so hungry on a diet of just vegetables that you’d eventually break down and eat something else!
However, you do want your diet to contain plenty of raw vegetables, by weight.
The concept of caloric density applied to your overall system of eating is to look at the overall caloric density of your meals.
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