Calorie is an energy which is obtained by eating and drinking. Fats, protein and carbohydrates provide calories. Carbohydrate and protein provides 4 calories and fats provide 9 calories per gram. If an excess amount of calorie is consumed then it increases a body weight.
Fats are the compounds which are obtained from foods and are insoluble in water. The various types of fats are: saturated fat, unsaturated fat and Trans fat. An excess consumption of fat will negatively affect the body.
|Either of two units of heat energy||A natural oily substance occurring in animal bodies, especially when deposited as a layer under the skin or around certain organs|
|Synonyms||Therm, clip, cal, quantum, kilowatt, joule||Heavy, adipose, blubber, pudgy, rotund, overweight, corpulent|
|Types||The main types of calories are:
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|Word origin||The word calorie was originated in Mid 19th century: from French, from Latin calor ‘heat’ + French suffix -ie.||The word fat was originated from Old English fǣtt ‘well fed, plump’, also ‘fatty, oily’, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch vet and German feist.|
|Advantages/Benefits||Its benefits are:
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|Disadvantages||Its demerits are:
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