How Many Calories in That?
Calories in an Apple
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.
Calories in Watermelon
Calories in a Banana
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.
Calories in an Egg
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Calories in an Orange
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 in Avocado
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 in Cherries
Calories: 87 calories per cup
Other good stuff: Cherries are a good source of vitamin C and antioxidants.
Calories in Strawberries
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 in a Tomato
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 in Blueberries
Calories: 84 calories per cup
Other good stuff: Like most berries, blueberries are a good source of antioxidants.
Calories in Cantaloupe
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 in Pomegranate
Calories: 72 calories per 1/2 cup seeds
Other good stuff: Pomegranate seeds, or arils, are a good source of fiber.
Calories in Sweet Peppers
Calories: 50 calories per large yellow pepper
Other good stuff: Depending on which color of pepper you buy, the nutrients will vary. Yellow peppers are high in vitamin C, while green and red peppers provide more vitamin A.
Calories in Sweet Potatoes
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Calories in Walnuts
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 in Almonds
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 in Steak
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 in Chicken
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 in White Wine
Calories: 121 calories per 5 ounces
Other good stuff: Five ounces constitutes one serving for white and red wines.
Calories in Red Wine
Calories: 125 calories per 5 ounces
Other good stuff: Phytonutrients such as resveratrol and tannins in wine might offer heart-health benefits.
Calories in Vodka
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 in Beer
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.