- A 14 fl oz Cappuccino w/ regular milk
contains about 110 calories (6g of fat).
- A 14 fl oz Cappuccino w/ skim milk,
contains about 60 calories & minimal fat.
- Adding 1 tbsp of syrup adds about 50
calories (and lots of refined sugar!)
- A medium cup of Mocha Frappuccino contains
390 calories (20 grams of fat)
- A medium Creme Frappuccino contains
470 calories (17 grams of fat).
- An Iced Caramel Macchiato contains 250
calories (9 grams of fat).
- A Caffe Mocha Espresso contains 370
calories (21 grams of fat).
Drink black coffee!
How To Save Calories
A useful guide to cutting calories is to
avoid calorie-dense foods that are high in fat or sugar. These foods are
too easily eaten. After a large main course we are not usually hungry,
yet it's easy to eat a large serving of high-calorie ice cream, or a creamy
dessert. By comparison, it's much more difficult to eat 4-5 large apples.
Also, dietary fat has more than twice the calories (9 per gram) than carbs
or protein (4 per gram), while excessive sugar can raise blood-glucose
levels too rapidly and leave you hungry within a couple of hours. A better
way to cut calories (and still feel full) is to choose high-fiber foods,
such as vegetables, fruits, beans and whole grains. These foods tend to
have a lower caloric content, and take longer to digest thus giving us
a feeling of fullness for longer. Note: Cappuccino can be high in fat
Weight is Not Only About Counting Calories
Reducing cappuccino calories is crucial for weight
loss, but good diet nutrition is important too.
That's why this Weight
Loss Plan is so successful.
It helps you reduce calories AND eat healthily AND lose weight.