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The chemical energy in foods that can be metabolised to produce energy available to the body; usually used to mean the day's total energy (calories) supplied by all the food and drink consumed.
 
The chemical energy in foods that can be metabolised to produce energy available to the body; usually used to mean the day's total energy (calories) supplied by all the food and drink consumed.
Source: Biotechnology Glossary
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The chemical energy in foods that can be metabolised to produce energy available to the body; usually used to mean the day's total energy (calories) supplied by all the food and drink consumed.
Source: Biotechnology Glossary




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