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Nutrition / calorie products. The caloric content of foods.

A calorie is the amount of energy received by the person as a result of absorption of one or another product. The number of calories needed by the person, depends on the job, physical activity, sex, age, geographic latitude (cold or hot climate). As with any fuel, food, burning in the furnace of the body produce the energy. Therefore, the food has a certain energy value that can be measured (for example, in calories or joules). Therefore, another name for the energy value of food - calorie. Each of us saw in factory packaging store-bought products number, which corresponds to the energy value of 100 g of the product. Anyone can calculate how much energy will receive his body after consuming a certain quantity of a product.

Knowing the daily diet of anyone, that is, the amount eaten per day of products, including beverages, and their energy value, it is easy to count the number of received energy - calorie daily diet. Biochemists and nutritionists have long calculated the calories and ingredients of almost all food.

Product name Caloric value, kcal/100 g

Vegetables and herbs

Artichokes 45
Eggplant 28
Green peas 93
Canned green peas 41
Zucchini 22
Cabbage 23
Broccoli 33
Brussels sprouts 12
Sauerkraut 20
Cabbage Chinese 16
Red cabbage 27
Cabbage kohlrabi 26
Cauliflower 18
Boiled potatoes 60
Corn 103
Green onion 20
Onion 45
Carrots 34
Cucumbers 15
Pickles 8
Peppers 19
Parsley 23
Tomatoes 15
Rhubarb 16
Radish 18
Radish 25
Turnip 25
Salad 15
Beets 44
Celery leaf 21
Celery roots 38
Pumpkin 24
Dill 30
Beans 31
Horseradish 49
Cauliflower 28
Garlic 60
Spinach 17
Sorrel 28

Fruits and berries

Apricots 49
Avocado 204
Quince 30
Plum 38
Pineapple 44
Orange 45
Watermelon 40
Bananas 90
Cranberries 45
Grapes 70
Cherry 25
Blueberry 37
Garnet 52
Grapefruit 35
Pear 42
Melon 45
BlackBerry 32
Strawberries 48
Figs 56
Kiwi 50
Dogwood 41
Strawberry 35
Cranberry 33
Gooseberry 48
Lemon 30
Raspberry 45
Mandarin 41
Sea buckthorn 30
Peaches 45
Rowan garden 81
Rowan black 54
Plum 44
Currant 43
Cherry 53
Blueberries 44
Apples 45

Nuts and seeds

Seeds 580
Walnuts 650
Nuts excavation (peanuts) 470
Pine Nuts 620
Almonds 600
Pistachios 620
Hazelnuts 705

Dried fruits

Raisins 280
Figs 290
Raisins 310
Dried apricots 293
Uruk 297
Dates 290
Prunes 220
Apples 210

Eggs

Eggs 1 piece 65
Egg powder 540

Mushrooms

White mushrooms 25
Dried mushrooms are white 210
Mushrooms cooked 25
Mushrooms in sour cream 230
The fried mushrooms 165
Mushrooms 20
Boletus 30
Aspen 30

Bakery products

Bagels 312
Bread rye 375
Sweet baked goods 300
Drying, gingerbread 330
The wheat crackers 330
Bread Darnytskyi 206
Bread wheat (white) 265
The rye bread (black) 210

Dairy products

Acidophilus milk (3.2% fat) 58
Cow cheese 260
Yogurt (1,5%) 51
Kefir fatty 60
Yogurt (1% fat) 38
Low-fat yogurt 30
Milk (3.2% fat) 60
Whole cow milk 68
Small condensed 324
Milk powder 470
Ice-cream 220
Yogurt 59
Ryazhenka 85
Cream (10% fat) 120
Cream (20% fat) 300
Sour cream (10%) 115
Sour cream (20%) 210
The curd 380
Sweet weight 207
Cheese (18% fat) 226
Curd 80
Cottage cheese with sour cream 260

Cheese

Dutch cheese 357
Gouda Cheese 384
Cheese Lambert 377
Parmesan Cheese 330
Russian Cheese 371
Cheese sausage 268
Roquefort Cheese 352
Cheese Chester 398
Swiss Cheese 335

Cereals and flour

Pea Green 280
Wheat Flour 348
Rye Flour 347
Buckwheat 346
Semolina 340
Oat groats 374
Pearl barley 342
Wheat groats 352
Cereals millet 335
Barley 343
Corn flakes 369
Pasta 350
Muesli 370
Oatmeal 305
Millet 351
Figure 337
Soy 395
Beans 328
Lentils 310
Barley flakes 315

Meat, poultry

LAMB
Breast 533
Ham 375
Chop on the bone 380
Blade 380
The dorsal part 459
BEEF
Beef stew 180
Beef fried 170
Ground beef 118
Breast 405
Blade 208
Brains 124
Lean roast 200
Sirloin 380
Ham 308
Liver 87
Kidney 59
Ribs 446
Heart 82
Filet (steak) 189
Fillet (roast beef) 381
PORK
Lean roast 184
Ham 543
Chop on the bone 537
Liver 108
Shoulder 593
Kidney 80
Pork leg 431
Heart 90
Fillet 264
The neck 552
Schnitzel 252
Language 208
VEAL
Breast 213
Leg 161
Ham 155
Chop on the bone 188
The dorsal part 210
Fillet 158
Schnitzel 162
POULTRY, GAME
Goose 390
Wild bird, on average 108
Turkey 200
Turkey 230
The hare 124
Cooked sausage 250
The sausage 380
Brisket 430
The rabbit 115
Chicken cooked 135
Chicken fried 210
Duck 405
Pheasant 143
Chicks 156
MEAT AND SAUSAGE PRODUCTS
Ham 365
Jerky 264
Sausage Diabetic 254
Sausage Diet 170
Sausage Doctor 260
Sausage Amateur 291
Blood Sausage 452
The Ukrainian Sausage 404
Smoked Krakow 466
Smoked Minsk 259
Smoked Poltava 417
Smoked Ukrainian 376
Sausage smoked 507
Liver pate 314
Sausage language 215
Fat 248
Salami 560
Sausages 147
Sausage 484
Sausages 204
Bacon 215

Fish and seafood

Salmon 147
Caviar 250
Chum salmon caviar 245
The cod ROE 130
Squid 75
Flounder 90
Carp 87
Fried carp 145
Chum 157
Canned fish
in oil
320
Canned fish
in its own juice
120
Shrimp 85
Crabs 70
Bream 100
Salmon fried 145
Salmon smoked 385
Grenadier 60
Mussels 72
Pollock 70
Capelin 157
Seaweed 16
Cod 44
burbot 81
The sea perch 95
Perch river 82
Omar 82
Cod liver oil 613
Cancers 75
Herring 98
Stellate 137
Atlantic herring 57
Salmon 219
Whitefish 144
Mackerel 153
Com 154
Mackerel 119
Sterlet 320
Pike 72
Cod 59
Trepang 35
Tuna 296
Eel river 598
Trout 208
Hake 86
Sprats in oil 250
Pike 72

Fats and oils

Fat beef melted 871
Fat goose 930
The fat melted 930
Margarine, cream 745
Margarine sandwich 670
Margarine for baking 675
Peanut butter 895
Maize (corn) oil 900
Olive oil 824
Sunflower oil 900
Butter 750
Soya-bean oil 900
Melted butter 885

Sauces

Ketchup 80
Mayonnaise 625
The light mayonnaise 260

Non-alcoholic drinks

Orange juice 123
Grapefruit juice without sugar 75
Stake 110
Coffee without milk and sugar 0
Lemonade 123
Mineral water 0
Carrot juice 68
Vegetable drink 60
The juice of red currants 125
The juice of black currant 138
Apple juice 118
Tea without sugar 0

Alcoholic drinks

White wine 80
Wine red 74
The Apple wine 37
Whiskey 240
Cherry liqueur 300
Vodka 275
Gin 33
Liqueur 325
Brandy 250
Beer 45
Slavyanka 120
Cider 40
Dry champagne 85
Schnapps 200

Confectionery, sweets

Waffles with fruit toppings 342
Waffles with fat-containing fillings 530
Jam 294
Bean fruit 384
Zephyr 300
Iris 387
Cocoa 416
Caramel 296
Candies, glazed with chocolate 396
Honey 310
Marmalade 296
Candy 305
Jam 270
Cake layered with cream 544
Cake layered with Apple 454
Cake sponge cake with fruit filling 344
Sugar 380
The sponge cake with fruit filling 386
The almond cake 524
Halva tahina 510
Halva sunflower 516
Bitter chocolate 540
Milk chocolate 548

 

Help. The energy that we consume with food, is consumed for various purposes, for example, the mechanical work of muscle. But ultimately, all forms of energy that we spend, transformed into thermal energy. This energy is released into the environment, and it can be measured. One of the units of heat energy is the calorie.

1 calorie is the amount of heat required to heat 1 g of water by 1°C. To measure the caloric content of products used unit, which is called the large calorie or kcal (1 kcal = 1000 cal). Caloric value of food is the amount of heat that is released during their breakdown during digestion. Thus, 1 g of protein contains 4,1 calories, 1 gram of carbohydrates - 3,75-4,1 calories and 1 gram of fat - 9.3 calories. Therefore, if you know the amount of nutrients received from food into the body, you can determine the number of calories contained in them, i.e. to determine the caloric content of food.

The required calorie intake depends on a number of factors: body weight, sex, age, physical activity, and some others (see table Daily allowance of calories). It is considered that in healthy middle-aged man in a state of relative peace at a temperature of 20°C ambient 12 hours after the last meal he meets spent 1 kilocalorie (kcal) per hour for each kilogram of weight.

The caloric content of foods is expressed in kilocalories per 100 g of product. In our table presents the calorie main prodkutov. Using it, you can calculate what number of products you need to consume in order not to exceed the daily rate.

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