Health knowledge made personal
WellPage for High Calorie Survival Crackers Crown Pilot Crackers Nutrition Facts
+ Bookmark › Share
Search posts:

High Calorie Survival Crackers Crown Pilot Crackers Nutrition Facts - Articles

Banana calories- high calories in banana? by Fitho Posted Tue 25 Aug 2009 12:00am How many calories in banana? Is banana high in calories? Because the banana tastes sweet, people commonly believe that a banana is high in calories. In fact many people avoid eating bananas like the plague, if they’re trying to lose weight. So does banana really make you gain weight? Is the banana really high in calories? Let’s find out here.. ... Read on »
High-Calorie Drinks Still Widely Sold in U.S. Elementary Schools by Medline Plus Posted Mon 01 Nov 2010 2:00pm Despite national guidelines, nearly half of students can buy unhealthy beverages, study finds Monday, November 1, 2010 MONDAY, Nov. 1 (HealthDay News) -- Despite the setting of national guidelines that discourage the sale of high-calorie, sugary beverages to kids in elementary schools, a ... Read on »
California County Bans McDonald’s Happy Meals for High Calories by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Mon 03 May 2010 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Photo by Stéfan Santa Clara bans Happy Meals Yes, I am old enough to remember when the Happy Meal first came out.  The little crappy toy was so appealing, but of course, it was the same shitty M ... Read on »
High-Fat, High-Calorie Diet Linked to Pancreatic Cancer by A4M Posted Sun 27 Oct 2013 10:07pm Posted on Oct. 25, 2013, 6 a.m. in Cancer Diet Fast Food - image from Shutterstock Researchers have found a link between cancer of the pancreas, o ... Read on »
Tax High-Calorie Juice Drinks, Soft Drinks by Moms Nutrition Posted Tue 06 Oct 2009 12:00am The most common way to raise money for any type of federal program is to raise taxes. The way to do that is to pick on things that contribute to health problems, like sugary juice drinks, soft drinks, or any high-calorie drinks that lack vitamins and nutrition, but are packed with calories and add to the obesity problem. Many natural ... Read on »
There's just nooooooooo high calorie foods....! by groovychik007 Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Wed 04 Mar 2009 3:12pm 1 Comment In this day and age, most people are trying to diet and therefore theres lot of healthy foods in shops etc... So for someone like me who needs high calorie foods to help put on weight, I can't find the things that dieticans tell me to eat with high calorie things in such as certain yogurts. My dietican told us of a yougurt thats packed with ca ... Read on »
People Turn to High-Calorie Food First After Fasting by Medline Plus Posted Wed 27 Jun 2012 3:17pm People who haven't eaten for many hours turn to high-calorie foods like starches and proteins - not vegetables - once they can satisfy their hunger, a new study suggests. Source: Reuters Health Related MedlinePlus Page: Nutrition Read on »
Superfoods: Avocados - A High Calorie Fruit Good for You! by Meeta K. Posted Thu 14 May 2009 4:32pm A toasted Veggie Delight at Subway is part of my staple diet, and most of the times I get tempted to add some avocado onto it, but I hold myself back thinking its a very high-calorie food! But some time back, I was engaged in a pleasantly surprising discussion about the health benefits of avocado with a colleague at work which set me thinking ... Read on »
High-Fat, High-Calorie Salad Shocker by VibrantGlow Patient Expert Posted Thu 16 Oct 2008 7:58pm 1 Comment If you think ordering a salad is a healthier dining-out option, you may be in for a shock. A recent survey of popular eateries has found many of them to be loaded with unwanted fat and calories. Here are the findings: Chili's Southwestern Cobb Salad 970 calories Pizzaria Uno's Chicken Waldorf Salad 920 calories / 62 grams of fat ... Read on »
Calorie Counting: Are New Yorkers Skipping Sweets & Other Foods Now Because Of the High Calorie Count? by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 02 Oct 2008 3:12pm Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the bestselling book Freakonomics, raises an interesting topic in today's Freakonomics blog, hosted on the New York Times. He wonders if people in New York are picking lower-calorie foods that calorie counts are posted in restaurants with more than 15 oulets. Noting that the new regulations present a "great ... Read on »