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This website has most types of food and their full nutritional information…
This is a great help is you are on a diet.I like the products from CandyDirect.com rock candy and it would be interesting to see which snakes from the list above can I eat in order to keep me away from my favorite sweets and also preserve my weight.
How about biltong or air popped popcorn?
Where can I find a list of foods and what calories they contain?
Hi Amy, I am asking our expert and will get back to you.
Celeste Naude our expert says, these are fine in the right quantities
So for a low-kilojoule snack:
40-50g biltong (ostrich or game is lower in fat. If you prefer beef, the Woolworths Beef Moist Sliced Biltong is a good beef option).
1 cup air-popped popcorn
Thank you very much for this great advise, tips and where to find.
I free low-fat flavoured joghurt in the ice tray, making ice-cube size “frozen joghurt” dessert for something sweet after dinner. One or two cubes is perfect to settle the sweet craving. Not sure on the nutritional value after freezing though, but it’s really tasty. Even froze the Double Cream Lemon Curd joghurt from Woollies …. AMAZING! (more calories here though)
Thanks, these are great to add to our suggestions at our Weightloss Challenge groups.
Wow thanks, I had completely forgotten about the sugar free version of Hot Chocolate, especially now that winter is on its way.
Where can I find a list kilojoule content for general food items?