Common Foods Contains Number of Calories

FRUITS

Apple

56

Avocado Pear

190
Banana

95

Chickoo

94
Dates

281

Black Grapes

45
Guava

66

Litchi

61

Mangoes

70

Oranges

53

Papaya

32
Pineapple

46

Plums

56
Strawberries

77

Watermelon

26

Pomegranate

77

 

CEREALS ETC

Rice

325

Maize Flour

355
Wheat Flour

341

Dal (1 Cup, Average)

150

 

DAIRY PRODUCTS

Butter (100 gms)

750
Buttermilk

19

Cheese

315
Cream (100 gms)

210

Ghee (100 gms)

910
Buffalo Milk

115

Cow Milk

100
Skimmed Milk

45

Curd (1 Cup)

100

 

MISCELLANEOUS

Tea (Black, No sugar, 1 Cup)

10
Coffee (Black, No sugar, 1 Cup)

10

Tea (with milk & sugar, 1 Cup)

45
Coffee (with milk & sugar, 1 Cup)

45

Chocolate biscuits

520
Jam (2 tsp)

30

Bread (1 slice)

60

Brown bread (1 slice)

45
Chapati (1 med)

60

Paratha (1 plain)

150
Puri

75

Soup (clear, 1 Cup)

75
Soup (heavy, 1 Cup)

100

Peanuts (roasted)

570
Pickle (1 tsp)

30

Papad (1 piece)

45
Coconut water (100 ml)

25

Samosa

100
Pizza (1 helping)

400

Chinese noodles (1 plate)

450

Chinese fried rice (1 plate)

450

Ice Cream

170

Mithai/Sweets ( 1 Piece Average)

150

Soft Drinks (1 bottle)

90

 

VEGETABLES

Broccoli

25

Brinjal

24

Cabbage

45
Cucumber

10

Carrot

48
Cauliflower

30

Methi

49
French beans

26

Lettuce

21
Mushroom

18

Onion

50
Peas

93

Potato

97
Spinach

100

Tomato

21

 

NON-VEG

Boiled Egg

80
Poached Egg

80

Omelette

420
Pork

340

Chicken

150
Fish

220

 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

Beer (10 ml)

30
Wine (10 ml)

70

Alcohol (neat, 1 small peg)

75

 

OTHER INGREDIENTS

Sugar (1 tbsp)

48
Honey (1 tbsp)

90

Margarine

740
Olive oil (100 gms) (70% saturated fat)

884

Mastard Oil (100 gms) ( 60% saturated fat)

884
Sunflower oil (100 gms) (65% saturated fat)

884

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Kabbyik Mitra is a yoga enthusiast, a health blogger, and a tech nerd. He loves yoga, so does yoga at home, including pranayama, meditation, spirituality etc. He promotes yoga in his community, sometimes alone and often with the group; by way of his blog yoga2all.com (A Healthcare Blog) on a regular basis. His vision is to promote and share knowledge on yoga and other holistic therapies for the greatest goodness of mankind.

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