Cutting 100 Calories Daily

As we all know that the problem of obesity is reaching unparalleled heights. Unfortunately, eating just a small amount more than we need each day will result in a steady weight increase over the years.

Previously, I discussed how eating just 100 calories a day more than we require will result in an annual weight gain of around 4.7 kg, which is pretty shocking!

I came across this list of foods from the Pennington Biomedical Research website. If you want to cut a few hundred calories from your diet, this list could be an extremely tool.

Here is a short exert, ‘Finding Ways to Cut 100 Calories’

(Right-hand column indicates calorie content)

100 Calories List

You can also download the list in full in a printable version.

You may want to check out some of my previous articles on this topic as well:

Have a great weekend!

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startcooking November 6, 2007 at 2:39 am

Thanks for the great list! I LOVE your site!


Melanie November 7, 2007 at 12:28 pm

Hi Kathy – thanks for stopping by.

Yes, I thought it was great too. Would be useful to keep a copy somewhere for referring to regularly!


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