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It's Just a Snack: Guess What 150 Calories Looks Like

Depending on how you break up your calories for the day, a snack should be around 100 to 200 calories. That's not much, and if you're overestimating, it could be one reason the scale numbers are rising. Take this quiz and see if you know what 150 calories of your favorite snacks looks like.

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Carrots and hummus:

2 of 8

Pear with pretzels:

3 of 8

Raw unsalted almonds:

4 of 8

Triscuits and a cheese stick:

5 of 8

Corn chips and salsa:

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Barbara's Bakery Triple Berry Cereal Bar:

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Vanilla Greek yogurt with blueberries:

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Peach with Barbara's Shredded Oats cereal:

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SanchezPam SanchezPam 3 years
 @SanchezPam That was a good test to take. I am pleased with my score 6 out of 8. I am glad I know my calorie count thanks to my cousin who taught me well.
leemorg leemorg 4 years
Hi all, VERY interesting! I think this article totally reminded me how we often misjudge portion sizes. Also, we usually underestimate how many calories are in the foods we eat. Spottedgurl, I agree with you; the crackers and cheese photo surprised me, too! Who thought only a few crackers and a single cheese slice made up about 150 calories? This article was a good reminder to read labels closely, and to be more mindful of your munching. If we can totally misjudge how much we're eating when it's spooned out on a plate, who KNOWS how much we're actually consuming when it's directly from the bag? That's my mom's trick right there--never eat out of the bag! A good tip is to spoon out a portion into a bowl or a plate right away, so you can better keep track of how much you're eating. :) I'll think about this again when I reach into my snack drawer at work tomorrow. I have Triscuits in there! :) Best, Lee @ customizingfitness.com
spottedgurl spottedgurl 4 years
The question with the cheese stick and crackers was most surprising
Nancy-Einhart Nancy-Einhart 4 years
Well that was fun!
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