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Old Jan 19th 2008, 8:54 am
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Just thought some of you weight watchers might be interested in knowing how much damage you're causing to us smokers and non-smokers...

Big Mac, McDonald's
Calories in 100g of Big Mac

Calories
229.0kcal

Carbohydrate
20.5g

Protein
12.4g

Fat
10.7g

Fibre
2.5g

Alcohol
0.0g


Calories in 1 Big Mac (215g): 492kcal

Cheeseburger, Burger King
Calories in 100g of cheeseburger

Calories
269.0kcal
Carbohydrate 30.0g
Protein 15.6g
Fat 13.4g
Fibre 1.4g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories in 1 cheeseburger (141g): 379kcal

Chicken Drumsticks, Extra Crispy, Kentucky Fried Chicken
Calories in 100g of chicken

Calories 291.0kcal
Carbohydrate 10.4g
Protein 22.3g
Fat 17.9g
Fibre 1.4g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories in 1 Chicken Drumstick (67g): 195kca

Fries, Medium, KFC*
Calories in 100g of fries

Calories 294.1kcal
Carbohydrate 36.4g
Protein 3.8g
Fat 14.8g
Fibre 3.1g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories in 1 serving (100g) of fries: 294kcal

Fries, Regular, McDonalds
Calories in 100g of fries

Calories 265.0kcal
Carbohydrate 36.3g
Protein 3.8g
Fat 11.5g
Fibre 3.6g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories in 1 serving (78g) of fries: 207kcal

Hamburger, McDonald's
Calories in 100g of hamburger

Calories 235.0kcal
Carbohydrate 30.6g
Protein 12.2g
Fat 7.1g
Fibre 2.3g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories per hamburger: (108g): 254kcal

Pizza, Deluxe, 9.5", Domino's Pizza
Calories in 100g of pizza

Calories 259.0kcal
Carbohydrate 29.1g
Protein 12.8g
Fat 10.1g
Fibre 2.4g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories per slice pizza (66g): 171kcal

Pizza, Margherita, Pizza Express
Calories in 100g of pizza

Calories 195.0kcal
Carbohydrate 30.5g
Protein 10.2g
Fat 3.6g
Fibre 1.4g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories per half a pizza (135g): 263kcal

Potato Wedges, Kentucky Fried Chicken
Calories in 100g of potato wedges

Calories 207.0kcal
Carbohydrate 20.7g
Protein 3.7g
Fat 9.6g
Fibre 3.7g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories per serving of wedges (135g): 279kcal

Quarter Pounder with Cheese, McDonalds
Calories in 100g of burger

Calories 250.0kcal
Carbohydrate 18.2g
Protein 15.1g
Fat 13.0g
Fibre 1.8g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories in a burger (206g): 515kcal



Courtesy of http://www.weightlossresources.co.uk.../fast_food.htm
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Eating a Big Mac would take much less time than reading the above post by the way...Courtesy of time watchers...
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Come on then, confy-wonfy. How does someone eating a burger directly damage another person's health?
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Come on then, confy-wonfy. How does someone eating a burger directly damage another person's health?
well if he dropped the salad, one could slip on it i suppose.
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Originally Posted by Confucius View Post
Just thought some of you weight watchers might be interested in knowing how much damage you're causing to us smokers and non-smokers...

Big Mac, McDonald's
Calories in 100g of Big Mac

Calories
229.0kcal

Carbohydrate
20.5g

Protein
12.4g

Fat
10.7g

Fibre
2.5g

Alcohol
0.0g


Calories in 1 Big Mac (215g): 492kcal

Cheeseburger, Burger King
Calories in 100g of cheeseburger

Calories
269.0kcal
Carbohydrate 30.0g
Protein 15.6g
Fat 13.4g
Fibre 1.4g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories in 1 cheeseburger (141g): 379kcal

Chicken Drumsticks, Extra Crispy, Kentucky Fried Chicken
Calories in 100g of chicken

Calories 291.0kcal
Carbohydrate 10.4g
Protein 22.3g
Fat 17.9g
Fibre 1.4g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories in 1 Chicken Drumstick (67g): 195kca

Fries, Medium, KFC*
Calories in 100g of fries

Calories 294.1kcal
Carbohydrate 36.4g
Protein 3.8g
Fat 14.8g
Fibre 3.1g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories in 1 serving (100g) of fries: 294kcal

Fries, Regular, McDonalds
Calories in 100g of fries

Calories 265.0kcal
Carbohydrate 36.3g
Protein 3.8g
Fat 11.5g
Fibre 3.6g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories in 1 serving (78g) of fries: 207kcal

Hamburger, McDonald's
Calories in 100g of hamburger

Calories 235.0kcal
Carbohydrate 30.6g
Protein 12.2g
Fat 7.1g
Fibre 2.3g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories per hamburger: (108g): 254kcal

Pizza, Deluxe, 9.5", Domino's Pizza
Calories in 100g of pizza

Calories 259.0kcal
Carbohydrate 29.1g
Protein 12.8g
Fat 10.1g
Fibre 2.4g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories per slice pizza (66g): 171kcal

Pizza, Margherita, Pizza Express
Calories in 100g of pizza

Calories 195.0kcal
Carbohydrate 30.5g
Protein 10.2g
Fat 3.6g
Fibre 1.4g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories per half a pizza (135g): 263kcal

Potato Wedges, Kentucky Fried Chicken
Calories in 100g of potato wedges

Calories 207.0kcal
Carbohydrate 20.7g
Protein 3.7g
Fat 9.6g
Fibre 3.7g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories per serving of wedges (135g): 279kcal

Quarter Pounder with Cheese, McDonalds
Calories in 100g of burger

Calories 250.0kcal
Carbohydrate 18.2g
Protein 15.1g
Fat 13.0g
Fibre 1.8g
Alcohol 0.0g

Calories in a burger (206g): 515kcal



Courtesy of http://www.weightlossresources.co.uk.../fast_food.htm
The calories are less important than the carbohydrate count (although with so much sugar in stuff, even savoury things, it often amounts to the same thing).

When all the carb has been burned up, the body looks for other sources of energy.... and finds surplus deposits of adipose fat, and burns that very efficiently. Thus - weight loss.

I've always been sceptical of food ingredients data, especially when emanating from the health lobby, since I found out that a packet of ready salted (i.e. "plain") crisps contains one-third of your daily requirement of Vitamin C.
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well if he dropped the salad, one could slip on it i suppose.
More than one could slip on it...
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The calories are less important than the carbohydrate count (although with so much sugar in stuff, even savoury things, it often amounts to the same thing).

When all the carb has been burned up, the body looks for other sources of energy.... and finds surplus deposits of adipose fat, and burns that very efficiently. Thus - weight loss.

I've always been sceptical of food ingredients data, especially when emanating from the health lobby, since I found out that a packet of ready salted (i.e. "plain") crisps contains one-third of your daily requirement of Vitamin C.
A fan of Atkins,are we???
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A fan of Atkins,are we???
Huge fan of Atkins - he saved my brother's life, without a doubt.
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Huge fan of Atkins - he saved my brother's life, without a doubt.
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Huge fan of Atkins - he saved my brother's life, without a doubt.
but then atkins died cos of his diet, non...?

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but then atkins died cos of his diet, non...?

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Apparently he slipped on the ice and cracked his skull open. At least that was what the coroner's report said.

Was Atkins overweight then?
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Apparently he slipped on the ice and cracked his skull open. At least that was what the coroner's report said.

Was Atkins overweight then?
oh why did i think it was his heart...i'm sure i read that...

presume he was overweight once...really don't know much about him, have heard bad things about that diet...

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oh why did i think it was his heart...i'm sure i read that...

presume he was overweight once...really don't know much about him, have heard bad things about that diet...

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The "diet" isn't really a diet as such - you can eat plenty of the 'right' things.

Atkins is brilliant - IF you stick to it strictly and follow the programme laid down in the book.

The trouble is - people realise during the Induction phase that weight is just disappearing before their very eyes, so some idiots stay on that phase too long instead of phasing themselves back into the normal balanced diet which is what you SHOULD do.

He did have a heart condition at one stage (same thing Tony Blair had, I believe), but nothing to do with diet - he was born with it (trust me - I'm an expert on all things cardiac.....!!!).
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He did have a heart condition at one stage (same thing Tony Blair had, I believe), but nothing to do with diet - he was born with it (trust me - I'm an expert on all things cardiac.....!!!).
i bow to your greater knowledge...

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