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The calorie chart below lists calories in food for average adult helpings unless otherwise stated. This type of calorie count should be easier to use than a complicated calorie calculator.
 A diet is when you watch what you eat
and wish you could eat what you watch.
(Hermione Gingold)

Being too preoccupied with calculating the exact number of calories absorbed or burned does not make a diet easier to follow or more effective. Changing eating habits is more important - reducing quantities consumed generally as well as calorie burning through some form of exercise, even just walking for at least half an hour per day.

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Group

Food

Calories

Dairy foods

Butter, 2 pats
Cheese
Cream cheese
Cream, 1 tablespoon
Egg, boiled, poached
      cooked with fat
      Scotch
Milk, 1 pint
Yogurt, 1/4 pint
Ice cream, 1/3 pint

100
100
130
 80
 80
140
300
400
150
205

Bread, cakes, cereal group

Biscuit, plain
Bran cereal without milk/sugar
Cornflakes without milk/sugar
Porridge without milk/sugar
Bread
Cornbread
Cracker, water biscuit
Jam tart
Plain cake
Rich or fruit cake
Waffle
Sugar, 1 tablespoon
Jam, 1 tablespoon

 50
 90
100
 70
 80
200
 15
150
180
300
250
 50
100

Meat and poultry

Bacon, fried (3 slices)
Beef, roast (3 slices)
Chicken
Ham
Liver, baked, grilled
                    fried
Hamburger

340
300
200
200
100
200
150

Fruits

Apple
Apricot
Banana
Avocado, pear
Grapes (12)
Grapefruit (half) no sugar)
Orange
Pear
Rhubarb (stewed without sugar)
Strawberries, 6 (large)

 50
 30
100
170
 30
 25
 50
 50
4-10
 20

Vegetables: Raw

Lettuce
Celery
Carrot
Tomato

 10
  5
 25
 25

Vegetables: Cooked

Greens (all)
Potato
Sweet potato
Peas
Corn
Canned fruits and vegetables (per                             portion)

 30
100
200
 65
160
100

Extras

Chocolate sundae
Chocolate malted milk
Chopsuey
Fudge, chocolate fondants (per                     cubic inch)
Pretzel (per 2 in. stick)
Tea or coffee:
          with milk
          and sugar
Cola type drink
Squash

340
460
400
100

  1
  0
 20
 70
100
 30



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