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Free (Printable) Chart Of Foods Under 100 Calories

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Chart Of Foods Under 100 Caloriesinfographic © Photos – wikipedia (see foot of page for credits)

Here’s an awesome, useful and simple chart of foods under 100 calories that we created to help you make a good choice next time you are in need of a snack! Please feel free to post this on pinterest and share it with your friends on Facebook, tumblr etc. Note that there are of course other foods under 100 calories – for example a kiwi fruit is 45 calories.

We made a high-resolution (printable) version of this graphic available as a free download so that you can print one off and stick it to the fridge with a fridge magnet!

Here is the full-res version (PRINTABLE – free for personal use):

Chart Of Foods Under 100 Calories (Printable Version)
ctrl-click (PC) or option-click (Mac) to download.

While you are here, why not check out some of our other free tutorials on Healthy Food Choices and our collection of Healthy & Detox Drink Recipes.

Image credits for infographic: Wikipedia commons (creative commons license)

Blueberries –
Cheddar cheese –
Egg –
Baked potato –
Apple –
Quinoa –
Figs –
Fruit yoghurt –
Pomegranate juice –
Whole grain bread –
Dark chocolate –
Granola –
Red wine –
Guacamole –
Red raspberries –

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