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Calories in Food

Calories in Food

See the Calories Exercise Burns VS Calories Snacks Earn

Maintain a Positive Calorie "Burn to Earn" Ratio to Control Your Weight

Here’s how much exercise a 150-pound person would have to do to burn off the calories in some popular snacks.

Maybe you’d be better off with a peach or an orange (60 calories each) or a grande Skinny Latte (120 calories) instead.

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five-guys-fries-620-calories620 Calories in Five Guys FriesRegular (9 oz.)

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Calories Burned Bicycling for 1 hr. 35 min.(9 mph)

amc-popcorn-no-added-butter-410-calories410 Calories in a Small Bag of AMC PopcornNo added “butter” Small (6 cups)

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Calories Burned Doing Low-impact Aerobics for 1 hr. 15 min.

410 Calories in a Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Lattewith whipped cream, Venti (20 oz.)

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Calories Burned Jogging for 50 min.

440 Calories in a Panera Chocolate Chipper Cookie1 cookie (3 oz.)

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brisk-walking-calories-burnedCalories Burned Walking Briskly for 1 hr. 30 min.(3.5 mph)

490 Calories in a Piece of Starbucks Banana Nut Loaf1 piece (4 oz.)

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Calories Burned Swimming Laps for 1 hr. 15 min.(not vigorously)

370 Calories in a Pinkberry Original Frozen YogurtLarge (2 cups)

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elliptical-trainer-calories-burnedCalories Burned on an Elliptical Trainer in 1 hr. 5 min.(moderate effort)

1Arizona State University Healthy Lifestyles Research Center (sites.google.com/site/compendiumofphysicalactivities).

Photo Sources: fotolia.com (bicycling, jogging, & elliptical © Kurhan, aerobics © ISO K° – photography, tennis © chasingmoments, walking © blas, swimming © Georgiy Pashin, weight lifting © Dušan Zidar, elliptical © Kurhan); Jorge Bach (all foods).

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