You may have heard about 200 calories is about a snack, but found something right, or just under this figure is not always easy. Unless you come in a box or bag of food nutrition labels, know how many calories a can may pose a challenge–it’s a big Apple (110 calories) or (90 calories), medium sized apples? And how much you are active and if you scooped out a little more than 2 tablespoons of peanut butter (188 calories)?
To get a good sense of weight, WiseGeek create an intelligent series of photographs showing what 200 calories of heat to 71 different foods looks like, put them in order, from low heat high heat density.
Why did they choose 200 calories of heat? According to WiseGeek, “we can select any number of calories for this project, but we want something tangible volume projects throughout the region. We think 100 calories of butter or oil to produce the diminutive weight, on the 500 calories in celery would have been almost incomprehensible.
Although some sizes are all interrelated perfectly (photo set is also used in filming of each food), they did not take into account the nutrient value of each food item–peanut butter, for example, loaded with protein and healthy fats. However, the list is eye-opening, and it helps you to better choices in your next meal or snack.
When you select the foods you eat, you would think that supplements? Or is the only do you count calories? Let us know in the comments below!