What 100 kcal look like on the example of a popular food

Some healthy foods may actually have more calories than you thought. Therefore, no matter how hard you train in the gym, using them uncontrollably, you will not lose weight. This is because serving size is an important condition for losing weight. The amount of calories consumed is what matters.

Moodforyou.com will show you how much it is – 100 kcal of some of your favorite foods and dishes. Perhaps after this article you will review your diet.

Breakfast

1. Greek yogurt

1. Greek yogurt
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Low-fat Greek yogurt contains an average of 73 kcal , which means that to get 100 kcal, you need to eat about 150 g of this healthy product.

2. Boiled eggs

Boiled eggs
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100 g of chicken eggs contain 155 kcal . 1 egg weighs about 50 g, therefore, 100 kcal is about 1.5 eggs.

3. Bacon

Bacon
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High-calorie fried pork bacon, 100 grams of the product contains 468 kcal . Therefore, 100 kcal is only about 21 g.

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4. Peanut Butter

4. Peanut Butter
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The energy value of peanut butter is 598 kcal per 100 g. That is, 100 kcal is about 16 g of this popular product.

5. Croissant

Croissant
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Calorie content of 100 g of this baking “pulls” at  406 kcal . Therefore, eating about 25 g of croissant, we get the same 100 kcal.

6. Strawberries

Strawberries
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The calorie content of strawberries is low – 32 kcal per 100 g. That is, to get 100 kcal, you need to eat more than 300 g of this sweet berry.

Lunch / Dinner

1. Cheeseburger

Cheeseburger
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100 g of this popular bacon burger contains 302 kcal , which means 100 kcal is about 33 g.

2. Pizza

Pizza
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100 g of Pepperoni pizza contains 296 kcal . That is, eating about 35 g of pizza with a thin crust, you will get 100 kcal.

3. Chicken Breast

3. Chicken Breast
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If you fry chicken breast without skin and oil on the grill, then the calorie content of 100 g will be 176 kcal . Therefore, 100 kcal is approximately 57 g.

4. So.

So
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100 g of tacos with chicken 255 kcal . Eating about 40 g of this Mexican dish, you get 100 kcal.

Dessert

1. Tiramisu

Tiramisu
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A popular Italian dessert contains an average of 354 kcal per 100 g. Therefore, 100 kcal is contained in 28 g of this treat.

2. Ice cream

2. Ice cream
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In 100 g of cream ice cream 249 kcal . Therefore, to gain 100 kcal, you need to eat only 40 g.

3. Fruit ice

3. Fruit ice
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In 100 g of orange dessert, only 95 kcal . Therefore, 100 kcal is a little more than 100 g.

4. Oreo cookies

4. Oreo cookies
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This sweet sandwich contains 542 kcal . Since 1 cookie weighs 11.3 g , eating a little less than 2 pieces will give you 100 kcal.

Snacking

1. Donut

Donut
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Glazed donuts contain 417 kcal per 100 g. Therefore, 100 kcal is approximately 24 g.

2. Popcorn

Popcorn
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100 g of ordinary unsalted popcorn contains 496 kcal . So, to get 100 kcal, you need to eat about 20 g.

3. A mixture of roasted nuts

3. A mixture of roasted nuts
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607 kcal
  – this is the energy value of a mixture of nuts fried without oil and salt. That is, 100 kcal is only 16 g.

4. Young carrots

4. Young carrots
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The nutritional value of baby carrots is 35 kcal per 100 g. This means that by eating more than 300 g of this root crop, you will get only 100 kcal.

The drinks

1. Soda

Soda
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The calorie content of regular cola with sugar is approximately 38 kcal per 100 ml. Therefore, 100 kcal is 260 ml of a drink.

2. Cappuccino

Cappuccino
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For 1 cup of this coffee with light foam, about 60 kcal. So, after drinking a little less than 2 servings, you will get 100 kcal.

3. Chocolate milk

3. Chocolate milk
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100 g of milk-chocolate drink contains 83 kcal . Therefore, 100 kcal is 120 g of goodies.

Do you take calories into account when preparing meals? Do you have your own healthy eating plan?