This Is What 200 Calories Of Food Really Looks Like

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Most diet plans make eating right seem like a numbers game: Consume X calories and add Y exercise, and you will reach Z ideal weight. As most of us know, counting calories is the bane of every dieter’s existence.

But as obesity levels continue to skyrocket, it’s clear something’s not working. Some apps have made this struggle slightly easier but  no one wants to think about calorie numbers on a daily basis.

It’s often hard for any of us to really picture calories in our minds, and the guys over at WiseGEEK did just that.  Here is what 200 calories looks like using 30 different kinds of food many of us consume every day.

 

Butter — 0.9 oz/28 g

200 calories


Broccoli — 20.7 oz/588 g

200 calories


Baileys — 2.1 oz/60 ml

200 calories


Canned peas — 12.5 oz/357 g

200 calories


Celery — 50.2 oz/1 kg 425 g

200 calories

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