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... you can find the info in this website:http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcomp That is the food composition database * the database does not have calorie count for swiss wrap, but by the way, it's about 244 kcal (1 replies)
... how many calories are in a tuna and swiss wrap (1 replies)
... When I run into a fast food supplier like QUIZNO'S who absolutely won't divulge the calories in their products I say "Bye, bye Quizno's...tasty though you are! ... (10 replies)

... thanks for the info! very interesting. and i too wonder how that little flat wrap can add up to so many calories. ... (10 replies)
... calories!! It seems nuts too me......it is simply flattened dough how can companies manage to fit all that fat and calories in too them? ... (10 replies)
... It's really hard to say because nobody has seen the wrap but you. The tortilla chell itself is about 200 Calories, and the rest of the cals come from the filling. ... (10 replies)
... Doesn't it make anyone crazy checking exactly how many calories you eat. i've done it for a few weeks and i cant handle it anymore. there isn't a time when i dont think about what im eating and its made me kind of angry! ... (10 replies)
... A tuna wrap at D'Angelos has 749 calories and 45 grams of fat with 55 grams of carbs. ... (10 replies)
... With my feet held to the fire, I'd say, something in the range of 200-300 calories...more if cheesy or with a lot of mayo! (10 replies)
... I've been looking all over the Internet to try and find exactly how many calories are in a wrap. I usually have a white wrap with tuna or eggsalad evry day for lunch. Today i had a Spinach wrap with tuna. ... (10 replies)
... Unsweetened almond milk would be the better choice with traditional (slow cooking) oatmeal. Personally, I prefer steel-cut oats. The least amount of processing is best. Go for natural plant-based whole-foods whenever possible. Take the cucumber slices, cherry tomatoes and add some dark leafy greens, etc., to make a big salad. Add a half cup or more of garbonzo... (2 replies)
... To gain weight she should consume at least 2000 high quality calories per day. ... (2 replies)
... Sandwiches" using romaine leaves to wrap the contents in instead of bread. Fajita skillets, lamb steaks, meat of all kinds for that matter, often paired with one or two vegetables on the side. ... (15 replies)
Good Meal Ideas?
Mar 10, 2009
... For lunch most days I have a South Beach Diet wrap or pizza, salad with grilled chicken, turkey sandwich on whole wheat or Ezekiel bread. ... (4 replies)
Meal questions
Jul 21, 2008
... It could very well be that because you aren't consuming enough calories to "burn", your body is reserving its energy. If you consume too little calories it is just as unhealthy as consuming too many. Comsuming enough calories gives your body that extra energy to burn calories. ... (4 replies)
... omes with the cool wraps has over 300 calories! I use as little as possible! You can also just get a smaller portion of what you enjoy, like a kids meal and save calories that way. Or try somewhere like Subway! ... (5 replies)
Healthy Pizza
Apr 7, 2008
... Just wanted to share an idea I learned from a friend of mine! If you love pizza but want to eat healthy, try making a healthy pizza at home. Use a whole wheat tortilla/wrap or an english muffin. Top with sauce, low fat/fat free shredded cheese, and any other healthy toppings. With the english muffin, toast in a toaster oven or pop it into the oven to melt the cheese. With a... (6 replies)
... The nutrition label says that each pressed "steak" is 120 calories of which 90 are fat calories...NOT good food. ... (5 replies)
... i then grill the bacon, during which some of the fat drips down through the gaps in the grill rack, so the fat content is reduced even further, and then finally wrap each rasher in kitchen towel. ... (30 replies)
... haha. good for you Lenin!! As for me, i think the best thing now is just to concentrate that i'm eating healthy and no midnight snacks. and exercising of course! (10 replies)




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