Energy density refers to the number of calories per unit of food or drink. Foods and drinks with a high energy density have a lot of calories in a small amount of food, while foods and drinks with a low energy density have fewer calories per unit of food. Foods and drinks with a high energy density tend to be high in fat and sugar and can contribute to weight gain if consumed in excess.
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