Calorie Chart of Indian Food



Calorie Chart of Indian Food

             Calories in Fruits per 100 Grams

Name of Item

Calories

Apple

56

Avacado Pear

190

Banana

95

Chickoo

94

Cherries

70

Dates

281

Grapes Black

45

Guava

66

Kiwi Fruit

45

Lychies

61

Mangoes

70

Orange

53

Orange juice 100ml

47

Papaya

32

Peach

50

Pears

51

Pineapple

46

Plums

56

Strawberries

77

Watermelon

26

Pomegranate

77


                  Vegetables per 100 Grams

Name of Item

Calories

Broccoli

25

Brinjal

24

Cabbage

45

Carrot

48

Cauliflower

30

Fenugreek (Methi)

49

French beans

26

Lettuce

21

Mushroom

18

Onion

50

Peas

53

Potato

97

Calories in Spinach 100g

23

Calories in Spinach 1 leaf

2

Tomato

21

Tomato juice 100ml

22

 

               Other Food Items Per 100gm

Name of Item

Calories

Eggs

150

Pork (Grilled)

340

Chicken (Roast)

150

Fish (eg. Cod)

220

Beans (Boiled)

20

Cabbage (Boiled)

10

Carrot (Boiled)

20

Cauliflower (Boiled)

10

Cucumber (Raw)

10

Peas (Boiled)

50

Potatoes (Boiled)

80

Pea Nuts (Roasted)

570

Beer

30

Wine

70

Spirits

220

Coffe (Black)

 

Bread

230

Rice (White Boiled)

120

Cornflakes with milk

205

Chocolate Biscuits

520

Wheat Bran

200

 

           Calories in Cereals per 100 Grams

Name of Item

Calories

Bajra

360

Maize flour

355

Rice

325

Wheat flour

341

 

               Calories in Breads per piece

Name of Item

Calories

1 medium chapatti

119

1 slice white bread

60

1 paratha (no filling)

280

 

                   Calories in Other Items

Name of Item

Calories

Sugar 1 tbsp

48

Honey 1 tbsp

90

Coconut water 100 ml

25

Coffee

40

Tea

3

 

     Calories in Milk & Milk Products per cup

Name of Item

Calories

Butter 100gms

750

Buttermilk

19

Cheese

315

Cream 100gms

210

Ghee 100gms

910

Milk Buffalo

115

Milk Cow

100

Milk Skimmed

45


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