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Caloric Pyramid


As per available reports about 4 Relevant Journals, 15 Conferences, 8 Workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Caloric Pyramid and about 5 Open Access Articles are being published on Caloric Pyramid.

Caloric Pyramid mainly denotes the percentage of the food's calories that are derived from the three main macronutrients—carbohydrates, fats, and protein. If the food contains alcohol, a fourth number will appear that indicates the percentage of calories derived from alcohol. Calorie is a unit of measurement for energy. One calorie is formally defined as the amount of energy required to raise one cubic centimetre of water by one degree centigrade. The Caloric Ratio Pyramid is a color-coded triaxial graph on which a food's percentages of carbohydrates, fats, and protein are plotted. The Caloric Ratio Pyramid is created to provide a quick visual indicator of a food's macronutrient content.

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Scope and Importance:

The Caloric Ratio Pyramid is a color-coded triaxial graph on which a food's percentages of carbohydrates, fats, and protein are plotted. Although a food may contain a reasonable amount of calories, it's important to review the nutrition fact label to reveal hidden fat calories. Foods with high fat content-to-overall calorie ratio are- Potted meats, cheese soufflé', most cheese, whipping cream, cream, sour cream, butter (100% fat), peanut butter. Caloric Pyramid Conferences aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all the aspects of: Nutrition Facts and Caloric Value of the food that we eat along with a dietary chart that comprises the food that one must eat accordingly with respect to their calorie measurement, presented in the form of a pyramid.
It also provides the platform for researchers, scholars and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in finding creative ways to identify the Nutritional values and Calorie ratio of different foods.

Caloric Pyramid indicates the percentage of the food's calories that are derived from the three main macronutrients—carbohydrates, fats, and protein. If the food contains alcohol, a fourth number will appear that indicates the percentage of calories derived from alcohol. Each position within this special graph indicates a different caloric ratio. The top point of this pyramid indicates a food with 100% of its calories derived from fats (and 0% from carbohydrates and protein). As you move downward on the pyramid, the percentage of calories from fats decreases; the very bottom line of the pyramid indicates a food that is completely fat-free. In a similar manner, the left-most corner of the pyramid is 100% carbohydrate and the right-most is 100% protein. Proponents of the Zone™ diet recommend a ratio (40%-30%-30%) much lower in carbohydrates but higher in protein. Regardless of which diet philosophy you subscribe to, the Caloric Ratio Pyramid will show you how various foods and meal plans align with your dietary goals. Any recommended caloric ratio can be envisioned as a "target zone." The pyramid is the visual depiction of the government's 2005 dietary guidelines that were released in January. Those guidelines increased the amount of fruits and vegetables. For consumers, the most-daunting aspect of the guidelines is the tough new goals set for calorie intake and daily exercise, both of which have been criticized by some for being unrealistic. Some health advocates also called the striped symbol vague because it is made up of simple colour bands that don't offer guidance on how much to eat. For actual advice on portions, consumers must go through several steps on the interactive content MyPyramid site. The pyramid's illustration of that broad approach prompted perhaps the strongest criticism from consumer groups and health advocates -- that the icon treats all food groups equally. For instance, "it doesn't indicate to the public which foods contain cholesterol and saturated fat.

Market Analysis:
 

The caloric value is determined by the presence of unoxidized atoms of carbon and hydrogen.A molecule of fat contains more unoxidizedatoms of carbon and hydrogen than a carbohydrate molecule or a molecule of protein. The global market for nutritional food with caloric value is estimated to reach $230 Billion by 2019, with the changing eating habits and rising economic growth in emerging markets.

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List of Related Societies:

1. Bionutrient Food Association
2. Agriculture, Food & Human Values Society
3. The Nutrition Society
4. International Society of Sports Nutrition
5. Hungarian Scientific Society for Food Industry and Grain
6. American Society of Animal Science
7. Federation of European Biochemical Societies
8. American Society for Clinical Nutrition
9. Society of Chemical Industry
10. Royal Society
11. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
12. European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism
13. Entomological Society of America
14. Brazilian Society of Animal Husbandry
15. Humane Society of the United States
16. Society of Animal Science
17. Nigerian Society for Animal Production 18. Society of Chemistry and the Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food
19. The Vegetarian Society
20. International Association for Cereal Chemistry

List of Related Companies:

1. Dixie Egg
2. Yugoslavia Kultura Hungarian Foreign Trading Company
3. Unilever
4. Unipro
5. Almarai Company
6. Beatrice Creamery Company
7. Corn Products Befining Company
8. Chicago Tofu
9. Kaplan Inc.
10. Nestle (CH)
11. Well’s Dairy Inc.
12. Heinz
13. NABISCO Biscuits Co
14. MLO Sports Nutrition
15. Nutrilite Products Inc.
16. Pharma Sweet Company
17. Cargill Juice Beverage
18. Nanjing Yurun Food CO LTD
19. Cadbury
20. Hershey Foods

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