Some people sleep and wake up dreaming about food and some other people count their calories to the last detail. Unfortunately, whether we like it or not, calories are a big enemy of ours and they can be a pain in the you know where. They are fully connected to satisfaction, which means that you can get the same amount eating a large bowl of healthy stuff or consuming a tiny amount of unhealthy and delicious foods. Which one would you choose? Personally, I am somewhere in the middle. There are times that I will choose a salad or sushi over a burger and times where I will throw out of the window oatmeal, so that I can have a nice croissant or donut for breakfast.
52 grams of glazed donut has 200 calories.
740 grams of peppers account for 200 calories.
34 grams of peanut butter will give you 200 calories.
That’s 200 calories in just 28 grams of butter.
You can eat 1450 grams of celery and get these 200 calories.
Or maybe you will opt for half a burger for the same amount of calories.
A 125 gram avocado accounts for 200 calories.
Half sesame seed bagel (70 grams) contains 200 calories.
Half a litre of Coca Cola accounts for 200 calories.
200 calories can be found in 588 grams of broccoli.
You can eat 328 grams of kiwi in order to get these 200 calories.
Only 41 grams of a snickers bar will give you 200 calories.
Sometimes we have to make a choice of whether we want to eat more, but get less pleasure or eat less and get a lot more pleasure from our food. Different situations call for different decisions and unfortunately not every moment calls for unhealthy choices.