Food Calorie Chart

A chart to know about various foods along with their calorie counts per 100 gms. A small bit of informative piece to be wise while we eat.

FOOD AND CALORIES PER 100 GMS
Beans cooked—1.Butter-91
2. Haricot-87.5
3. Lentils-94.5
Biscuits and Oatcakes—1.Sweet Biscuits-420-490
2. Savory-420-490
3. Oatcakes-350
Barn and barn cereals—1.Miller’s barn-322
2. Bern Cereals-315-350
Bread—1.Wholemeal-224
2. Granary, white and brown-245-255.5
Breakfast Cereals-1.Flaked Cereals-350-385
2. Frugins-339.5
3. Granola-style cereals-455-490
4. Grapenuts-3500
5. Oats, uncooked-392
6. Porridge, cooked-45.5
7. Puffed Rice, Oats-350
8. Wheat biscuits-350-371
9. Cakes-350-490
10. Carob Flour-350
Cheese-1. Cottage (low-fat)-105-115.5
2. Cram-455
3. Chutney-70-104
Cream-1.Double-448
2. Single-178.5
Crispbread per slice-1.Biscottis-105-112.5
2. Starch-reduced slice-73.5-84
3. Brown-112.5
Dried Fruit-1. Apple Rings-248.5
2. Apricots-189
3. Currants-252
4. Dates-259
5. Figs-224
6. Prunes-133
7. Seeded Raisins-280
8. Seedless Raisins-329
9. Sultanas-259
Fats and Oils-1.Butter, Margarine-738.5
2. Oil-892.5
3. Outline low-fat spread-367.5
Fresh Fruits-1. Apples, Grapes, Cherries-49
2. Soft fruit-21
3. Grapefruit-21
4. Melon-21
5. Oranges, Peaches-35
6. Pears, Pineapple, Plums-42
7. Rhubarb-7
8. Tangerines-28
9. Fruit, Canned-avg 77-105
10. Fruit Bars-315-560
11. Honey-287-315
12. Icecream-175
13. Jams-180
Juices, unsweetened-1.Apple-35
2. Carrot-42
3. Grape-66.5
4. Grapefruit-56
5. Lemon-42
6. Orange-49
7. Pineapple-56
8. Tomato-21
9. Vegetable-21
Milk-1.Whole Liquid-63
2. Dried skimmed-325.5
3. Soya liquid-35
4. Mincemeat-269.5
Nuts, Shelled-1.Almonds-630
2. Cashew-623
3. Coconut-343
4. Hazel-378
5. Peanuts-581
6. Walnuts-528.5
7. Nut, Butter, Peanut-630
Salad Dressing-1. Mayonnaise-707
2. Salad cream-378
Seeds Shelled-1.Linseed-595
2. Pumpkin-542.5
3. Sesame-563.5
4. Sunflower-595
Sugar and sweeteners-1.All sugar, including fructose-392
2. Black Treacle-262.5
3. Molasses-255.5
Fresh Vegetables-1. Lettuce, Mushroom, Celery
2. Broccoli, beans (green), spinach swedes-14
3. Carrots, Onions-21
4. Asparagus, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Spring Greens, Broad Beans, Beetroot-28
5. Parsnips-45.5
6. Peas-63
7. Potatoes-84
8. Wheat Germ-350
9. Yogurt (Low fat, unflavored, fruit-flavored)-77

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Published by ambikajha

I am Ambika Jha.I like to write on different topics.I feel life is too short for anything.So let us work our best in the given time and let life's music be in rhythm and rhyme.So be your best and never stop to learn and write.

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