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Ever wonder how many calories are in the foods you eat? Solve the mystery with our list of calorie counts (and other good-to-know nutrition facts) for your favorite foods and drinks.
Calories: 95 calories per medium apple
Other good stuff: Apples are a good source of fiber, but be sure to eat the skin. Without it, the amount of fiber is cut in half.
Other good stuff: Watermelon is a low-carb fruit, and it's a great source of vitamin A, which promotes healthy growth and regulates your immune system.
Calories: 105 calories per medium banana
Other good stuff: Bananas are a well-known source of potassium, and they're also full of metabolism-regulating vitamin B6.
Other good stuff: Eggs are a high-protein, low-calorie, low-sodium option, but due to high cholesterol content, you should eat eggs in moderation.
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Calories: 86 calories per large orange
Other good stuff: Oranges are well-known sources of vitamin C, but they're also a good choice for fiber and calcium.
Calories: 322 calories per avocado
Other good stuff: Avocados are high in fat, but it's heart-healthy monounsaturated fat. Avocados are also a good source of vitamin E, which acts as an antioxidant.
Calories: 87 calories per cup
Other good stuff: Cherries are a good source of vitamin C and antioxidants.
Calories: 46 calories per cup of whole berries
Other good stuff: Strawberries are a low-carb fruit, and 1 cup provides a day's worth of vitamin C.
Calories: 22 calories per medium tomato
Other good stuff: Tomatoes are low in calories, and they fill half of your daily vitamin A needs.
Calories: 84 calories per cup
Other good stuff: Like most berries, blueberries are a good source of antioxidants.
Calories: 54 calories per cup
Other good stuff: Cantaloupe is a low-carb fruit, and it's also very high in vitamin A. In fact, 1/2 cup of the melon contains an entire day's worth of vitamin A.
Calories: 72 calories per 1/2 cup seeds
Other good stuff: Pomegranate seeds, or arils, are a good source of fiber.
Other good stuff: Sweet potatoes are high in fiber, vitamin A, and potassium.
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Calories: 185 calories per 1 ounce (about 14 halves)
Other good stuff: Walnuts are a good source of protein and fiber, and they're the only nut that's significantly high in omega-3 fatty acids.
Calories: 163 calories per 1 ounce (about 23 almonds)
Other good stuff: Almonds are high in protein and fiber, which makes them a good, energy-boosting snack. They also have more vitamin E and calcium per ounce than most nuts.
Calories: 158 calories per 3 ounces
Other good stuff: Flank steak trimmed of fat is a great source of protein. Steak is also high in vitamin B6, which helps regulate metabolism.
Calories: 128 calories per 3 ounces
Other good stuff: Skinless, boneless chicken breast meat is a good source of lean protein, and it's low in saturated fat.
Calories: 121 calories per 5 ounces
Other good stuff: Five ounces constitutes one serving for white and red wines.
Calories: 125 calories per 5 ounces
Other good stuff: Phytonutrients such as resveratrol and tannins in wine might offer heart-health benefits.
Calories: 97 calories per 1.5 ounces
Other good stuff: Vodka is low in calories compared with other liquors, so it's a better choice for cocktail hour.
Calories: 153 calories per 12 ounces
Other good stuff: Women should stick to one drink per day. If you're drinking beer, that means one 12-ounce can or bottle.