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Caloric Content Of Cherries
Most man made foods: I always have the same answer for this question. Eat God made food and leave the man made food alone ...Read more
A calorie is the amount of heat energy needed to increase a mililiter of water 1 degree centigrade, the calorie we talk about in foods is really a kilocalorie, that is the amount of energy needed to increase a liter of water 1 degree centigrade... So if you eat a food that is 500 calories that food if burned completely has enough energy to heat a liter of ...Read more
How can certain foods be so low in calories? Does it mean they don't offer much nutritional value?
Nutrient density: Calories come from fats, carbs and protein. Fats have more calories per gram so low-fat food has lower calories. Nutritional value comes from those but also vitamins, minerals & phytonutrients. Some high calorie-foods like sodas & fries have almost no nutritional value while foods like kale, mushrooms & berries are very low in calories but dense in nutrients. Indeed, such foods are the healthiest! ...Read more
I know oil roasting of nuts increases fat & calorie amt & thus is unhealthy.But iam wondering if oil roasting decreases nutritional benefits of nuts??
Yes: With the exception of meat, most food is most nutritious in its raw or steamed form as many nutrients are heat-sensitive. ...Read more
How many calories are there in this nutritional drink called 'boost? Manufactured by glaxosmithkline
Does juicing have the same nutritional value as the fruit/vegetable itself? How about calorie wise?
How many calories is in one cup of cubed papaya? I see 90 calories 62 calories and 55? Which one is the truth ?
Maybe they all are: One must ask, "How much cubed papaya is in one cup?" If she assumes one cup is always an 8-ounce cup, there still remains a variable or two. So, what are the variables? One is the size of the cubes... the smaller the cubes, the more papaya and the less air space will be in the cup (thus more calories). Another variable may be the type of papaya such as the variety, ripeness, water content, etc... ...Read more
I measured one cup of raw onions (67 calories ) and then grilled them without oil will the calories change cause they're cooked?
No: I would you encourage you to not count your calories to such detail. Counting calories to this detail is a sign of an eating disorder, and starting at your age could mean a life-long struggle. Please message me if you have more questions/concerns, and I encourage you to speak to others as well. ...Read more
I'm not sure but our: Expert panel will surely know! good luck! ...Read more
What is considered the number one way for me to have a nutritional diet while living out of town?
Prepackaged meals: Compliment with fresh fruits and vegetables as snacks. ...Read more
390 cal/ 8 ounces: According to http://calorielab.Com, panda express vegetable chow mein has about about 390 calories per 8 ounce serving. ...Read more
~3500: The average person probably burns about 100 calories for every mile run.That means you'd have to run about 30-35 miles to drop a pound.On the other hand, eliminating one regular coke a day for a year will help you lose 15 lbs.Although exercising is important, cleaning up the diet is a quicker way to lose weight.Often we focus to much on increasing the exercise when we should focus more on the diet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
About 100 calories: The speed does effect the calories burned but about 100 calories per mile is a good average for guidance sake. ...Read more
Best guess: Zumba because you are in constant motion ...Read more
Yes, but...: If you eat less, your metabolism slows some. But it is not that much. It doesn't go down to zero. You still need to pump blood and breath. Exercise can diminish some of the slowing of metabolism. On the flip, when you overeat, your metabolism speeds up as your body attempts to dissipate the excess calories. ...Read more
Not exactly: Newer research suggests it is more complex than that.For instance, two people can eat the same amount of calories, all other things being equal, and show different amounts of wt gain or loss.This suggest people are different and even calories are different. ...Read more
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