• Diet Fitness Information & Advice

    Diet Fitness – Information and Advice Foods to Improve Nutrition and Fitness Diet foods which (supposedly) aid fitness and help boost fat loss are everywhere. There are hundreds of so-called “fitness foods”,”fitness drinks”, “sports nutrition foods” and “sports drinks” along with any number of natural sports supplements and other functional diet foods to help us

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  • Calories in Venison

    Calorie Table for Venison (Deer Meat) Please note: all calorie values are approximate A three ounce serving of roast venison contains on average about 157 calories. By comparison, a similar serving of moose contains 152 calories, caribou 160 calories and elk 130 calories. The same portion of sirloin beef contains about 230 calories. Venison is

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  • Diet Programs

    1. For maximum choice and variety, Weight Loss Program includes a total of 9 DELICIOUS DIET PLANS to help you lose weight and maintain good health. You can switch from one diet to another at any time. 2. You get REAL PERSONAL SUPPORT to reach your weight loss goals. Because no matter how wonderful the

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  • Calories in Oysters

    Calorie Table for Oysters Please note: all calorie values are approximate Food (Serving size) Calories Oyster, Atlantic/Eastern, raw (6 med) 60 Oyster, Atlantic, cooked, dry heat (6 med) 42 Oyster, Atlantic, battered fried (6 med) 175 Oyster, Atlantic, breaded fried (6 med) 170 Oyster, Atlantic, canned (3oz) 60 Oyster, Atlantic, meat only (1 cup) 160

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  • Calories in Mayonnaise

    Calorie Table for Mayo Please note: all calorie values are approximate Mayonnaise (1 tablespoon) Calories Mayo, regular, average all brands 100 Mayo, light/reduced fat 50 Mayo, fat-free 10 Hellman’s Light mayo 50 Kraft Light mayo 50 Smart Beat Light mayo 40 Weight Watchers Light mayo 25 Weight Watchers Fat Free mayo 10 For Optimum Calorie

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  • Calories in Licorice

    Calorie Table For Licorice Please note: all calorie values are approximate A half-ounce licorice stick contains approximately 45 kilocalories, of which zero calories come from fat. Generally, candies are ’empty-calorie’ foods, containing little nutrition but significant energy. As a result they should be avoided by anyone who wants to reduce weight. However, according to a

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