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Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: "4 Metabolism Myths and Facts," "Healthy Weight During Pregnancy," "'Negative-Calorie Foods' Still Count."
Berkeley Wellness (University of California): "7 Must-Know Calorie Facts."
Calorie Control Council: "Be on the Lookout for Allulose," "Healthy Weight Calculator," "Why 2,000 Calories?"
Cell Metabolism: "Metabolic Slowing and Reduced Oxidative Damage with Sustained Caloric Restriction Support the Rate of Living and Oxidative Damage Theories of Aging."
Diabetes Forecast (American Diabetes Association): "5 Must-Know Facts About Sweeteners."
Harvard Health Publishing: "Calories Burned in 30 Minutes for People of Three Different Weights."
International Food Information Council: "Everything You Need to Know About Aspartame," "What is Allulose?: A Different Kind of Low-Calorie Sweetener."
Mayo Clinic: "We've Heard That Eating Negative-Calorie Foods Might Be a Good Strategy. But What Exactly Are They?"
National Institute on Aging: "Important Nutrients to Know: Proteins, Carbohydrates, and Fats."
USDA Food Composition Database.
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