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How many calories are in nuts?

How many calories are in nuts?

There are 175 – 235 calories in 1/4 cup of nuts. Below are calorie estimates for 1/4 cup of various types of nuts. Fat, fiber, and..

How many calories are in an egg?

How many calories are in an egg?

Small 55 calories Medium 65 calories Large 75 calories Extra large 85 calories

What kind of dairy products should I eat?

What kind of dairy products should I eat?

Eat unsweetened and low or non-fat dairy products. When it comes to dairy products, choose unsweetened products and products that are low..

What counts as a serving of dairy?

What counts as a serving of dairy?

One serving of dairy is equal to: 1 cup of milk 1 cup of yogurt 1½ ounces of natural cheese (cheddar cheese) 2 ounces of processed cheese..

How many servings of dairy do I need in a day?

How many servings of dairy do I need in a day?

Eat 3 servings of daily a day. The USDA recommends this amount if you consume 1600 – 2800 calories per day. 1 serving of dairy is equal..

What kind of meat products should I eat?

What kind of meat products should I eat?

Choose lean and extra lean beef, pork and other meats. Lean and extra lean meat has fewer calories and less fat than regular meat. Example:..

What counts as a serving of meat and beans?

What counts as a serving of meat and beans?

One serving of meat and beans is equal to: 1 ounce of lean meat, poultry, or fish 1 egg ¼ cup cooked dry beans or tofu 1 tbsp peanut..

How many servings of meat and beans do I need in a day?

How many servings of meat and beans do I need in a day?

Eat 5 – 7 servings of meat and beans per day. This depends on the total number of calories you consume in a day. If you consume 1600 –..

How much protein should I eat in a day?

How much protein should I eat in a day?

Eat 0.4 – 0.8 grams of protein per pound of body weight. The recommended amount depends on how active you are and how much you weigh...

Why doesn’t a food label have a “% Daily Value” for trans fat, sugar, or protein?

Note: % Daily Values have been established for infants and children under 4 years old, pregnant women, and nursing mothers. Products meant..