Happy New Year. We are well aware that most new year’s resolutions include the desire to live a happier, healthier life. We thought that for those of you curious about counting calories and watching what you eat for the new year, we would share some information about common foods in your diet.
|Food||Portion Size||Calories||Total Fat (g)
||Saturated Fat (g)
|Milk (2%)||4 oz||60||4||0||4||0.525|
|Butter Salted||2 pats||72||8||6||0||0||0|
|NY Strip- Trimmed||4 oz||228||12||4||32||5.6||2|
|Lean Ground Beef||4 oz||268||16||8||28||6.4||2.8|
|Fried Chicken Breast||4 oz||292||16||4||28||3.2||1.2|
|Ground Beef||4 oz||304||20||8||32||7.2||3.2|
|Cheese Pizza||2 slices||374||11||5||15||2.4|
What are these elements?
Fat-Fat maintains a role in the production of healthy skin, hair, and cells. Through watching fat intake, you can give your body the amount you need, without adding on the pounds.
Protein– Proteins are necessary for muscle strength, energy and general body functions.
Zinc– Zinc plays an essential role in maintaining a healthy immune system.
B12– Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin that aids in brain and nervous system functions, as well as the formation of blood.
*Nutritional Information gathered from http://nutritiondata.self.com/