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In zoning, the number of things allowed per unit of land, such as number of houses, occupants,or families per acre.

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The middleweight foods: Food items having a caloric density from 1.5 to 3.0 calories per gram are included under this category, such as cereals, legume products, fish, and lean meat.
The caloric density of wild pineapple was higher than the banana (Musa paradisiaca L.)(78 Kcal 100 [g.sup.-1]) and orange (Citrus sinensis) (46 Kcal 100 [g.sup.-1]), which are between the ten most consumed fruits in Brazil (TACO/NEPA/UNICAMP, 2011; BUENO; BACCARIN, 2012).
(1981) showed that caloric density was more important than the number of calories in developing a preference for a given flavour.
"We've identified six behavioral targets: increasing breastfeeding [which is associated with decreased risk for many early life diseases and conditions, including obesity], reducing intake of sugar-sweetened beverages, increasing fruit and vegetable intake, reducing intake of high caloric density foods, reducing television time, and increasing physical activity.
In practical terms, this can be achieved in a number of ways, such as reducing the caloric density of foods, decreasing portion sizes and increasing dietary fibre content.
It introduces a simple, inexpensive, and accurate technique for estimating the lipid concentration and caloric density in mothers' milk.
With a fat content between 9% and 14%, depending on the recipe, dogs will derive the protein they need without the caloric density that can create long-term obesity concerns.
Parents can boost the caloric density of the diet or increase the child's total intake by increasing the concentration of formula if appropriate, by adding energy boosters to meals, by using high-calorie foods, or by adding oral supplements.
There is a desire to further fortify these ration items with lipids in order to increase their caloric density, but at the same time not compromise their texture and stability.