Food Density

There is a difference between 'Energy Density Foods' and 'Nutrient Density Foods'.

Nutrient-dense foods such as fruits and vegetables are the opposite of energy-dense food (also called "empty calorie" food), such as alcohol and foods high in added sugar or processed cereals.

Have a look at underneath images and you understand it straight away:

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