Calories in your breakfast and lunch: bread, spreads and fruit

Eating gingerbread, crackers and egg cakes to lose weight is nonsense. The essence of dieting is taking in fewer calories than you consume. If you calculate how much you can eat that day by counting calories, you can eat bread. Make conscious choices in terms of toppings and the number of calories will not be too bad. Eating a croissant yourself and still losing weight is not at all impossible. This list contains an indication of the number of calories in the lunch: bread, toppings and fruit. Losing weight by counting calories is actually the basis of any diet. You can use these lists to create your own diet.

Bread

Bread is the healthiest, preferably whole wheat bread . It contains few calories , but is much more filling than white bread. The egg cake and the slice of gingerbread are known as good snacks when you are on the diet. But if you want to skip school on Sunday morning with a croissant or a donut, that’s possible.

kind

calories (kcal)

per (piece/100 grams etc)

Rusk

400

100 grams

Bread (wheat)

260

100 grams

Bread (corn)

255

100 grams

Bread (multigrain)

270

100 grams

Bread (whole wheat)

246

100 grams

Bread (white)

268

100 grams

Cracker

35

piece

Croissant

160

piece

Donut

260

piece

Egg cake

105

piece

Roll/ball

125

piece

Currant Bun

130

piece

raisinbread

340

100 grams

gingerbread

301

100 grams

Rye bread

75

piece

 

Toppings

There is quite a wide choice when it comes to toppings . So it is possible to lose weight and still eat a varied diet. This list of sandwich topping calories should make your choice a little easier.

kind

calories (kcal)

per (piece/100 grams etc)

Anise sprinkles

400

100 grams

Apple syrup

234

100 grams

Bacon

430

100 grams

Butter

30

sandwich

Sandwich sausage

335

100 grams

Brie

365

100 grams

Casseler rib

167

100 grams

Saveloy

400

100 grams

Chocolate spread

578

100 grams

Corned beef

300

100 grams

egg salad

310

100 grams

Filet american

240

100 grams

Roast minced meat

343

100 grams

Cooked sausage

380

100 grams

Stamped mice

389

100 grams

Ham (ham/gammon)

160

100 grams

Ham (shoulder)

200

100 grams

Ham (raw)

200

100 grams

Sprinkles

60

sandwich

Cheese

60

sandwich

Chicken breast

160

100 grams

Liver cheese

326

100 grams

Liver pate

317

100 grams

Liverwurst

421

100 grams

Breakfast bacon

785

100 grams

Beef sausage

234

100 grams

Pate

380

100 grams

peanut butter

634

100 grams

Smoked meat

150

100 grams

Salami

534

100 grams

Sandwich spread

40

butterha,

Syrup

40

sandwich

Teawurst

373

100 grams

Flakes

50

sandwich

 

Fruit

You can of course also eat fruit as a snack, but you can also make it part of your lunch or breakfast. Delicious with a little (low-fat) yoghurt or on its own on your sandwich.

kind

calories (kcal)

per (piece/100 grams etc)

Strawberries

24

100 grams

Apricots (dried)

10

piece

Apricots (fresh)

36

100 grams

Pineapple (fresh)

88

100 grams

Apple

50

piece

Banana

90

100 grams

Berries

33

100 grams

Blackberries

37

100 grams

Lemon

10

100 grams

Dates (fresh)

15

piece

Grapes

66

100 grams

Raspberry

32

100 grams

Grapefruit

30

100 grams

Kiwi

40

100 grams

Gooseberries

40

100 grams

Mandarine

46

100 grams

Mango

61

100 grams

Melon

30

100 grams

Nectarine

50

100 grams

Passion fruit

102

100 grams

Pear

47

100 grams

Peach

37

100 grams

Plums

42

100 grams

Orange

60

piece

Watermelon

36

100 grams

 

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