How Do 200 Food Calories Look Like?

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200 Food Calories

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Food calories come in different shapes and sizes, as you probably already know. Food calories stand for the energy stored within our food. It is said that one calorie is the equivalent of one gram of TNT, with the major difference being the speed at which their energy is released. Anyway, different kinds of foods have different quantities of calories when looking at the same weight. And here are some different quantities of food which all contain 200 calories.

So, what is a calorie? Well, a calorie is a unit of measure for energy. The physical calorie is defined as the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one gram of water by one degree Celsius at a pressure of one atmosphere. However, nutritionists often use “calorie” as a term for 1000 calories – the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water by one degree Celsius.

The large calorie is thus equal to 1000 small calories or one kilocalorie. But the main takeaway is that a calorie is not related to nutrients or food quantities – it simply refers to the energy contained (in food, in this case). In spite of its non-official status, the large calorie is still widely used as a unit of food energy. The small calorie is also often used for measurements in chemistry, although the amounts involved are typically recorded in kilocalories.

So, with that being said, let’s take a look at some of the entries here and see just how big of a difference there is between foods and their calorie count. The general rule of thumb is that, the larger the quantity of food and the lower the number of food calories, means that there should be other stuff like fiber, water or minerals which make up the rest. These not only make us healthier, they also fill us up.

Celery 1425 grams = 200 Calories
Celery
1425 grams = 200 Calories
Werther’s Originals Candy 50 grams = 200 Calories
Werther’s Originals Candy
50 grams = 200 Calories
Hot Dogs (66 grams) vs Baby Carrots (570 grams)
Hot Dogs (66 grams) vs Baby Carrots (570 grams)
Peanut Butter (34 grams) vs Kiwi (328 grams)
Peanut Butter (34 grams) vs Kiwi (328 grams)
Fries (73 grams) vs Mini Peppers (740 grams)
Fries (73 grams) vs Mini Peppers (740 grams)
Fries (73 grams) vs Mini Peppers (740 grams)
Butter (28 grams) vs Eggs (150 grams)
Doritos (41 grams) vs Apples (385 grams)
Doritos (41 grams) vs Apples (385 grams)
Fried Bacon (34 grams) vs Avocado (125 grams)
Fried Bacon (34 grams) vs Avocado (125 grams)
Gummy Bears 51 grams = 200 Calories
Gummy Bears
51 grams = 200 Calories
Tootsie Pops 68 grams = 200 Calories
Tootsie Pops
68 grams = 200 Calories
Bailey’s Irish Cream 60 ml = 200 Calories
Bailey’s Irish Cream
60 ml = 200 Calories
Coca Cola 496 ml = 200 Calories
Coca Cola
496 ml = 200 Calories
Whole Milk 333 ml = 200 Calories
Whole Milk
333 ml = 200 Calories