Best and Worst Calorie Food Options Charts  Cereals Chart

Best and Worst Calorie Food Options Charts
How to Reduce Calories When Eating Cereal

Diet Information
Calorie Tables showing high and low calories in cereals

1 Cup of whole fat milk contains 8 grams fat and 150 calories
1 Cup of skimmed milk contains almost zero fat and 90 calories
So by switching to skimmed milk, 7 days a week, you can reduce your annual calorie intake by 21,900 calories. (The equivalent of 6.25 pounds in weight.)

Weight loss and dieting doesn't mean eating less - just different.

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· Calorie Options Charts
· Breads Options Chart
· Cereals Options Chart
· Soups Options Chart
· Potatoes Options Chart
· Dressings Options Chart
· Cheese Options Chart
· Desserts Options Chart
· Fast Food Options Chart
· Sandwiches Options Chart
· Sweet Snack Foods Options Chart

· Printable Food Diary
Best Calorie Choices
For easier weight loss
Please note: all calorie values are approximate.
Pure Bran 1/2 cup 120 0.5g
Wheaten Biscuits 2 biscuits 120 2.5g
Shredded Wheat 2 biscuits 160 2g
Oatbran with raisins 2 oz 180 1g
Oatmeal, uncooked 1/2 cup 155 2.5g
Farina, uncooked 4 tbsp 160 0.3g
Cream of Wheat 4 tbsp 170 1g
Worst Calorie Choices
For difficult weight loss
Please note: all calorie values are approximate.
There are very few high calorie cereals. Generally, cereal is a relatively low calorie option. However, the type of milk you add to your cereal WILL make a difference, (see above). The healthiest cereals are wholegrain, bran or fiber-fortified varieties. Sugar-coated or candy-coated varieties are less healthy and best avoided.

Also See:
 Calories Burned During Exercise Charts
 Calories and Fat in Foods

Sources include:
Food Calories Chart - Calorie Counting Information

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