You’ll be surprised how much healthy food hides behind 200 calories. The quantity can be really big, as opposed to fried and processed foods. Thus, if you’re constantly burdened with your daily caloric intake, you need to understand how many calories are there in the food we eat every day. You’ll be surprised by the quantities of healthy food you’re allowed to eat! Read more to learn what makes 200 calories.


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What 200 Calories Look Like In Healthy, And What In Processed Food?

For example, there are 200 calories in 2 apples, 2 medium-sized bananas, 4 peaches, 40 cherries and 100 grapes. The same number of calories is found in 10 medium-sized tomatoes and in 50 baby carrots. While eating salads, you need to be careful with the caloric sauces, which are the main culprit for gaining extra pounds.

Celery hardly has any calories, so you can eat it all day long. Unlike this vegetable, one large potato has nearly 300 calories.

As for fried and processed foods, the situation is quite different. There are nearly 200 calories in 4 pieces of bacon, 2 chicken drumsticks, 1 small portion of fries and in half a hamburger. In 60 grams of beef steak, there are about 160 calories, as well as in 2 large boiled eggs, 80 grams of salmon, 160 grams of turkey, 2 chicken wings, 26 shrimps or 100 fried chicken breasts.

Fans of pastries and sweets won’t be very much delighted by the fact that half a blueberry muffin has 200 calories. The same applies for half a piece of chocolate cake, a small croissant and a donut.

On the other hand, there are foods that are both, healthy and caloric. There are 200 calories in 35 grams of almonds, 31 grams of walnuts, 2 tablespoons of peanut butter, 2.5 chocolate chip cookies and 57 grams of popcorn (without butter). We have 150 calories in a cup of whole milk (3.7 percent fat). A cup of plain black coffee or tea has only 2 calories.

So make your choice! What are you going to eat?

Visualize your next meal through the video down below. It might help you change your eating habits and lead a healthier life!

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