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Safe Foods Masterpost


Almost everything, really…
(But I’m listing my favourites ayy)

Napa cabbage: 12 calories/100 g

Lettuce: 15 calories/100 g

Celery: 16 calories/100 g

Cucumber: 16 calories/100 g

Zucchini: 17 calories/ 100 g

Tomato: 18 calories/100 g

Bell pepper: 20 calories/100 g

Spinach: 23 calories/100 g

Cabbage: 25 calories/100 g

Eggplant: 25 calories/100 g

Pumpkin: 26 calories/100 g

Green beans: 31 calories/100 g

Broccoli: 34 calories/100 g

Mushrooms: 38 calories/100 g

Onion: 40 calories/100 g

Carrots: 41 calories/100 g

Questionable -

Potato: 77 calories/100 g

Peas: 81 calories/100 g

Sweet potato: 86 calories/100 g


Watermelon: 30 calories/100 g

Strawberries: 33 calories/100 g

Cantaloupe: 34 calories/100 g

Honeydew: 36 calories/100 g

Peach: 39 calories/100 g

Grapefruit: 42 calories/100 g

Blackberries: 43 calories/100 g

Orange: 47 calories/100 g

Cherry: 50 calories/100 g

Pineapple: 50 calories/100 g

Apple: 52 calories/100 g

Raspberries: 53 calories/100 g

Tangerine: 53 calories/100 g

Questionable -

Mango: 60 calories/100 g

Kiwi: 61 calories/100 g

Grapes: 67 calories/100 g

Fish and meat alternatives:

(I’m pescetarian :P)

Also, everything here is Questionable™ (except egg whites since they’re awesome) because stuff with protein is usually packed with calories

Egg whites: 52 calories/100 g

Tofu: 76 calories/100 g

Fish balls: 77 calories/100 g

Cod: 82 calories/100 g

Haddock: 90 calories/100 g

Imitation crab: 95 calories/100 g

Shrimp: 99 calories/100 g

Lentils: 116 calories/100 g

Quinoa: 120 calories/100 g

Carp: 127 calories/100 g

Tilapia: 129 calories/100 g

Salmon: 142 calories/100 g

Eggs: 155 calories/100 g

Dairy products and alternatives:

(Drinks in separate category)

0% plain yogurt: 56 calories/100 g

0% plain Greek yogurt: 59 calories/100 g

Questionable -

Fat free cottage cheese: 123 calories/cup


(Snacks not included)

Shirataki noodles: 5 calories/cup

Rice cakes: 35 calories/cake (9 g)

Questionable -

Oatmeal: 68 calories/100 g

Whole wheat bread: 69 calories/slice (28 g)

Whole wheat pita: 75 calories/1 small (28 g)

Cheerios: 100 calories/cup

Corn Flakes: 100 calories/cup


Water: 0 calories

Coffee: 2 calories/cup

Green tea: 2 calories/cup

Peppermint tea: 2 calories/cup

Unsweetened cashew milk: 25 calories/cup

Unsweetened almond milk: 30 calories/cup

Questionable -

Unsweetened soy milk: 80 calories/cup


(Mostly snacks included here)

Pickles: 4 calories/1 small (37 g)

Rice thins: 7 calories/piece

Vegetable thins: 7 calories/piece

Multigrain wheat thins: 9 calories/piece

Vegetable broth: 12 calories/cup

Saltine crackers: 13 calories/cracker

Knorr’s vegetable bouillon cube: 15 calories/0.5 cube

Plain air popped popcorn: 31 calories/cup

Unsweetened applesauce: 42 calories/100 g

Questionable -

Dried cranberries: 123 calories/serving (40 g)

Quaker Chewy chocolate chip granola bar: 110/bar

Raisins: 129 calories/small box (43 g)

Here are some snack foods to satisfy your cravings with minimum calories. If you must eat, try to eat something off of this list! Together we will be skinny

satisfy your sweet tooth:

1. ½ medium apple, baked, topped with 1 tbsp low fat yogurt sprinkled with cinnamon (45 calories).

2. ½ small banana, frozen (45 calories)

3. 4 oz. unsweetened applesauce sprinkled with cinnamon (49 calories)

4. 1 miniature box of raisins (45 calories)

5. 2 sugar-free ice pops (30 calories)

6. 1 sugar-free fudge ice pop (35 calories)

7. 12 cherries (48 calories)

8. 1 individual serving sugar-free gelatin with 3 tbsp. light whipped topping (40 calories)

9. ½ cup strawberries with 2 ½ tbsp nonfat yogurt (47 calories)

10. 14 seedless red grapes, frozen (48 calories)

indulge a salt craving:

11. 1 ½ cups salted air-popped popcorn (46 calories)

12. ¼ cup shelled edamame (soybeans) with sea salt (37 calories)

13. 8 oz. miso soup (36 calories)

14. 1 pretzel rod (37 calories)

15. ¼ small bag of Glenny’s lightly salted soy crisps (35 calories)

16. 1 medium sliced cucumber mixed with ¼ cup sliced onion, ½ cup chopped celery, and 4 tbsp vinegar and salt to taste (45 calories)

17. 6 oz V8 juice (39 calories)

18. 1 kosher dill pickle (10 calories)

crunch and munch:

19. ½ cup jicama with 4 oz salsa (49.5 calories)

20. 1 ½ cups sugar snap peas (40 calories)

21. small celery stalk smeared with ½ tbsp natural peanut butter (49 calories)

22. ½ small apple with 1 tsp soy butter (46 calories)

23. 1 brown rice cake with 1 tbsp sugar-free jam (44 calories)

smooth and creamy:

24. 1 Laughing Cow Light Garlic & Herb wedge spread on cucumber slices (35 calories)

25. 1 tsp almond butter (34 calories)

26. ½ cup fat-free Greek yogurt with 1 tsp sugar-free strawberry jam (43 calories)

27. 1 oz avocado (about 1/8 of an avocado) squirted with lime (45 calories)

28. 8 grape tomatoes dipped in 1 tbsp light cream cheese (46 calories)

cheesy whizzes:

29. 6 pieces of endive filled with ½ oz reduced-fat feta cheese (49 calories)

30. 1 slice fat-free American cheese (30 calories)

31. 1 large tomato, sliced, topped with 1 tbsp Parmesan, broiled (44 calories)

32. 1 oz fat-free cottage cheese on1 slice caraway Finn Crisp Crispbread (38 calories)

33. 1 oz fat-free mozzarella dipped in 1 tsp marinara sauce (46 calories)

power up on protein:

34. turkey rolls: 2 slices white meat turkey rolled in 2 lettuce leaves (46 calories)

35. 1 oz smoked salmon (about 1 slice) on 2 Wheat Thins crackers (48 calories)

36. 1 tofu dog with 1 tbsp sauerkraut (48 calories)

37. ½ cup plain fat-free yogurt sprinkled with 1 tsp sunflower seeds (49.6 calories)

38. 1.3 oz water-packed tuna with 1 tsp Dijon mustard (48 calories)

39. 2 large hard-cooked egg whites with 1 cup sliced cucumber (48 calories)

40. 1 slice Wasa Fibre Crispbread with 2 tsp hummus (45 calories)

41. 1 medium water-packed sardine with slice of red onion (35 calories)

solid standbys:

42. ½ cup melon with 2 tbsp 1% cottage cheese (47 calories)

43. ½ small grapefruit (32 calories)

44. 1/3 cup blueberries with 1 tbsp light sour cream (47 calories)

45. ½ cup carrots with 1 tbsp light ranch dressing (45 calories)

thirst quenchers:

46. ½ cup nonfat milk with 1 tbsp Walden Farms calorie-free chocolate syrup (40 calories)

47. 1 packet of sugar-free hot chocolate made with ¼ cup skim milk and ¾ cup hot water (47 calories)

48. ¾ cup almond milk (45 calories)

49. ¾ cup seltzer with ¼ cup cranberry juice and a lime wedge (33 calories)

50. homemade iced green tea (with artificial sweetener if desired) (0 calories)

Hope this is helpful! 


anonymous asked:

CAN I EAT THAT CORM? it looks like it would be very tasty in a soup

totally! examples include onions, taro, and water chestnuts! 

also, tubers like that in the Amorphophallus family are popular as a food crop in parts of asia! you may recognize Amorphophallus konjac, who’s tubers are used in dietary supplements because of its small calorie count and filling nature (on top of common use in traditional dishes and meals, of course!):

and yes, it’s also possible to eat Amorphophallus titanum tubers (it’s not usually done because of the giant size, however…)

@kaasknot replied to your post:“@aint-summer-here replied to your post: “I wonder…”:

Clone height discussions always crack me tf up, bc Tem Morrison is 5'7" so they’d t o w e r over Jango, like I guess the Kaminoans decided they needed to be taller?? Even tho short ppl make better pilots, e.g., and require fewer calories. Poor small Jango, is what I’m saying, and the Nulls just make it worse :P

lmao SAME

I just love the image of like … a shorter Jango Fett walking around completely straight-faced while his 100 Alphas tower over him by at least 5-6 inches, the Nulls at 6 or 7.

I think somewhere in Legends they mentioned that possibly due to his hard upbringing his growth was stunted? and then compare to the controlled environment and nutrition plans on Kamino Jango gets to see … how tall he might’ve been had he grown in a more stable environment.

which now that I’ve said that is kind of sad. why did i do this.

alternatively, I wonder how many of the clones wanted to call Jango “small” and refrained from fear. The smaller, harder, sharper progenitor.  he’s closer to the ground, lower center of gravity. is this too much.

anonymous asked:

I'm that anon that's planning to recover, and wanted to know any recipes for low cal smoothies or any type of snacks

Hey, love hope everything has been going well <3

Here’s a small collection of low cal snacks and smoothies for you that I found and enjoy:

1. Citrus Berry Smoothie-140 calories

  • 12 fl oz orange juice
  • 1 banana
  • 14 cup plain yogurt
  • 1 cup fresh pineapple chunks
  • 2 cups frozen strawberries
  • 1 tbsp agave nectar, optional
  • 1 cup ice cubes 

2. Orange Sunshine Smoothie-88 calories

  • 1 cup chopped fresh pineapple
  • ½ cup chopped peeled papaya
  • ¼ cup guava nectar, (see Ingredient Note)
  • 1 tablespoon lime juice
  • 1 teaspoon grenadine, (see Ingredient Note)
  • ½ cup ice

I found some good and healthy snack foods as well that are under 100 calories

  • 1 cup of blueberries (85 calories)
  • 1 large egg (70-80 calories)
  • 1 medium apple (70 calories): I love topping it with some cinnamon and microwaving it a bit or you can make good mini apple pies with pre-made croissants or pie crust
  • 2 oz of lean beef (90 calories): Great for making spaghetti or pasta when you want a low-calorie option and there are so many amazing recipes out there
  • 1 small oatmeal cookie (65 calories)
  • Low fat and sodium soups are great (calories vary)
  • 2 ½ oz of salmon (99 calories)
  • 2 cups of watermelon (90 calories)
  • 2 cups of popcorn with 1 teaspoon of butter (95 calories): Seriously popcorn can be super healthy even when oil popped as long as you know whatès going in it!
  • 2 teaspoons of natural peanut butter (65 calories): It tastes amazing on granny smith apples or celery sticks so that’s another great option for a quick fix healthy snack
  • 1 cup of canned pure pumpkin (85 calories): Another great option for mini pies
  • 1 cup of salsa (70 calories): Top that with some chips and as long as it’s eaten in moderation it’s another very healthy choice
  • 1 cup of red raspberries (65 calories): Great for adding to smoothies or you can turn it into homemade jam if you mash and boil with some sugar and or honey. Also, a great spread for crackers on its own if mashed (my personal favourite way to have them)

Hope that helped and good luck again <3

July 12, 2017 Food Diary

I apologize for not doing a food diary the past two days, but I honestly didn’t care about my calorie intake 😅 my goal is still 1900

Breakfast - 2 egg muffins. Calories: 230

Snack - 1 banana apple muffin and 2 cups of coffee with cream and sugar 🙈 like I said, I was tired 😏 Calories: 314

Lunch - chicken burrito bowl. Calories: 261

Snack - 1 small banana. Calories: 89

Supper - sausage and cheese omelette wrapped in a spinach tortilla 👌 Calories: 524

Snack - left over salty, buttery popcorn 💕 Calories: idgaf 😎

My total known calories was 1418, but I ate a lot of popcorn and it was from the movie theatre so it has a lot of salt and butter on it, so add on like 300 calories 😅

Water wise, today sucks….. I only drank 7 cups. Just over half of my daily goal.

Tomorrow might not be much better because my work is going out for a birthday lunch and there’s no way in hell I’m ordering salad at a restaurant 😷

GERMAN REGIONAL FOOD: Das Krabbenbrötchen - a North Sea Shrimp Roll. Nordseekrabben are a popular seafood along the German coasts. They come fresh in shell to be taken apart and to be eaten as is (Krabben puhlen, usually with a beer) - they also come on a roll (as pictured), in soups & stews, or as a Krabbencocktail with a Sherry-based sauce similar to ‘Thousand Island’, but better. They’re small, very tender, low calorie, and high protein. They belong to the same species as lobster, crayfish, crabs, and prawns, and live in deep waters off the coasts of Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Denmark. They’re also found in the White Sea off northwestern Russia, and on the Moroccan Atlantic coast. The best ones are caught in autumn, when they have had enough to eat all summer. Peeled and frozen Nordseekrabben are available all year - look for them in German supermarkets. In the North they’re basically a cultural icon, so try them if you can. :) 

Also try Fischbrötchen.

And other seafood.

And more German food.


💛They have a very small amount of calories (you could literally eat them all day and still lose weight(
💛They taste good!
💛I legit lost 5kgs a week once while eating 3 apples a day!
💛They dont slow down your metabolism!! (seriously)

zanycyclepenguin  asked:

Hey, if I eat only 2 meals a day and drink only water, coffee, and green tea. While also 30 minutes of exercise every day. can I lose weight? Also I'm not really counting calories, I'm just watching my portions. I also fast once a month. Do you think I can lose weight by doing this? And what can I do to improve weight lose? ~Anyway hope your day is magical <3

Don’t forget to watch not only the portions but also what you eat if you aren’t counting calories. Use small, dark plates when you eat and drink during the meal, watch your carbs and sugar intake and get enough sleep. Besides that, you’re good to go. There shouldn’t be a reason for you not to lose weight, so good luck and I hope you reach your goal weight!!

Day after fast meal plan!! 🌸✨💕

🌸Day after fast 🌸
Morning weigh in- 125.4🙏🌙
Half a banana (50 calories)
1/8 Tsp of cinnamon (.75 calories)
Two egg whites (34 calories)
Hot sauce (0 calories)
Green White tea mix (metabolism boost and carbohydrate blocker)
Ate about 2/3rds of each food
33.83 calories for banana and cinnamon
22.66 calories for egg whites and hot sauce
Total- 56.49 calories out of 300
1/3 a home made biscuit (~58 calories)
Total: 114.49 out of 300
2 egg whites with hot sauce (34)
Cup of tea and water (0 calories)
Total- ~34
Day total- 148.49 calories of 500
2 cherries with pit (17.4calories)
Total: 165.89 calories of 300
Barely any cauliflower rice (.25 calories)
9 small shrimps (~45 calories)
Total- ~45.25
🌸Day total- 211.14 calories of 300 🌸