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To find the calorie content of food, look the food up in an online nutritional database, or read the nutritional label found on the package. Calories are a way of measuring the amount of energy a food delivers to the bod... More »

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There is no such thing as a truly calorie-free food, but there are a number of items that contain fewer calories than the body uses in breaking them down. Some of these foods include celery, cucumbers, kelp, asparagus an... More »

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Calculate the calories you consume daily by measuring portions, reading labels and adding it all together. The amount of calories you need varies by your age, height, weight and nutritional needs. More »

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A 100 gram serving of tilapia fish contains 128 calories, according to the national nutrient database from the United States Department of Agriculture. Other nutrients include 0.94 grams of saturated fats, just over 26 g... More »

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Protein shakes and powders can cause weight gain depending on the person's activity level, overall calories consumed and the nutritional content of the protein shake. Some protein shakes contain fats and carbohydrates th... More »

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Although the calorie content of store-bought peanuts varies depending on how they have been processed and seasoned, plain, dry-roasted peanuts without any salt contain 166 calories per ounce. Saltless oil-roasted peanuts... More »

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