Alphabetical List of Calories in Food
What you need to know about calories.
Calories provide energy for your body. If your medical practitioner recommends it, you may need to cut down on the calories you eat. A dietitian can help you plan ways to bring down calories in the best possible way.
However some people on dialysis need to gain weight. You may need to find ways to add calories to your diet. Vegetable oils, like olive oil, canola oil and safflower oil, are good sources of calories. Use them generously on breads, rice, and noodles.
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Butter and margarines are rich in calories. But these fatty foods can also clog your arteries. Use them less often. Soft margarine that comes in tubs is better than stick margarine. Vegetable oils are the healthiest way to add fat to your diet if you need to gain weight.
Hard candy, sugar, honey, jam, and jelly provide calories and energy without clogging arteries or adding other things that your body does not need. Therefore, eat less fat by staying away from fried foods, rich desserts, and chocolate candy. Foods with a lot of fat have a lot of calories.
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