The amount of calories needed in the morning is based on an individual's daily caloric intake. Many experts agree that morning is the best time for the largest meal of the day, according to About.com. A person requiring ... More »

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According to WebMD, the number of calories a person should consume per day ranges from 1,800 to 3,000 calories, based on age, gender and daily activities. In general, men require more calories than women due to their lar... More »

The recommended daily intake of calories varies depending on your age and activity level. The average adult female between the ages of 19 through 30 that gets an average of 30 minutes of activity a day has an average cal... More »

A food calorie counter works by logging the number of calories in servings of different foods, thereby helping you calculate your overall calorie intake over a period of time. Free online calorie counters are available o... More »

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Carnation Instant Breakfast, which had its name changed to Carnation Breakfast Essentials, contains between 220 and 250 calories in the Ready-to-Drink Bottle products. A single serving of the other products contains betw... More »

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The number of calories in a peanut butter sandwich can depend on several factors, such as the type of bread and the kind and amount of peanut butter used. A sandwich made from two slices of whole wheat bread and two tabl... More »

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WebMD suggests that dieters aiming to consume 1,500 calories per day eat vegetables, fruits, lean meats, fish and low-fat dairy, while eschewing fatty meat and dairy, starch, salty foods and foods with added sugar. Women... More »

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