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heat equivalence


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Energy produced by the oxidation of food using 1 litre of oxygen. Heat equivalence varies according to the mixture of food types (fats, carbohydrate, or protein) being oxidized. It is usually measured in kilo-calories. See also net oxygen cost of exercise, respiratory quotient.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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