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    Posted: December 29 2005 at 7:55am

Could anyone tell me the approximate calorie and fat content of a fresh, regular-sized plain bagel?  The pack here tells me there's 200 kcal and 2g of fat in 100g of bagel, but I have no idea whether 100g is half a bagel, one third, one quarter, whatever!

I'm not actually on a diet, just don't like to eat anything "unknown".

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Food labels can be tricky like that -_- .  Usually they list the nutrition content based on one serving, which is not always the same as how it's packaged (I've seen things like muffins where one serving was 1/3 a muffin-- who cuts their muffins into thirds?).  If it doesn't tell the size of the individual bagels on the package, try dividing the total weight on the package by the number of bagels in the package, or by the number of servings the label says the package contains.
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Thanks for that.

I found out that an individual bagel weighs 70g and has about 175 kcal and 1.8g of fat.

I think I will stick to porridge!

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175 cals per bagel...damn that isn't much! It's also actually worse to eat very little during breakfast. If you eat more you will be less hungry when lunch rolls around and the body's metabolism gets a kick start with a decent breakfast.


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Thanks for that.  I am not actually on a diet, just curious.
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Must be smaller bagels than the ones they have here.  The last ones we had in the house had 300 calories per bagel O_o !  They were huge, though, and very filling.  If you ate one of those, you wouldn't be hungry for hours.
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bagels are the biggest calorie ripoff there is...well one of the biggest. for a whole bagel..you could have 2 servings of cereal...or 9 servings of egg subsitute...or enough whey protein to give you over 100% of your recommended protein each day.

 

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