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Calories in Whole Grains

Calorie Table for Whole Grains

Please note: all calorie values are approximate

Grains
Amount

Calories

Barley 1 oz 88
Branflakes, 40% Bran 1 oz 87
Cornflakes, plain 1 oz 110
Cornstarch/cornflour 1 tbsp 30
Couscous 4 oz 107
Flour, plain 1 oz 88
Flour, wholemeal 1 oz 85
Noodles, egg 4 oz 340
Noodles, rice 4 oz 361
Oats, rolled 1 oz 110
Oatmeal 1 oz 108
Oatbran 1 oz 95
Popcorn, fat-free, air popped cup 30
Rice, brown, 1/2 cup 350
Rice, basmati 1/2 cup 330
Rice, risotto 1/2 cup 336
Rice Cakes 4 oz 370
Rye Flour 4 oz 335
Wheatflakes 1 oz 100
Wheatgerm 1 tbsp 24

Count Calories But Check Nutrition Too

Calorie-counting only works up to a point: nutrition is also important. Under certain circumstances, food energy cannot be properly metabolised without sufficient minerals and vitamins. For example, the energy in “empty calorie” foods becomes unavailable to our body and is stored as body fat until we ingest the necessary minerals and vitamins at some later time. This is why a healthy calorie-controlled eating plan should be based on nutrient-dense meals and snacks. The calorie content of whole grains is relatively low compared to its satiety value; its nutritional content is high.

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