CALORIES IN SOFT DRINKS

CALORIES IN SOFT DRINKS

Calories in Soda


Calorie Content Chart Showing Caloric Values for Sodas

Calorie Table for Soda

Please note: all calorie values are approximate

Sodas (12 fl oz)Calories
Club soda0
Club soda, cream170
Ginger Ale120
Lemon lime220
Orange180
Root beer165
Tonic Water135
Seltzers, sweetened150
Seltzers, diet0

Calories in Cappuccino


How Many Calories in Cappuccino, Espresso Mocha/Creme Frappuccino, Macchiato, Mocha Espresso

Calories in Cappuccino

  • 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).

The Moral?
Drink black coffee!

Calories in Coffee


Calorie Content Chart Showing Caloric Values for Cafe Con Latte, Cappucciono, Expresso, Mocha, Iced Coffees

Calorie Table for Coffee

Please note: all drinks calorie values are approximate

CoffeeServing SizeCalories
Cafe au lait6 fl ounces60
Cafe con latte, medium, skim milk14 fl ounces110
Cafe con latte, medium, whole milk14 fl ounces180
Cafe con latte, large, skim milk16 fl ounces130
Cafe con latte, large, whole milk16 fl ounces220
Cappuccino, medium, skim milk14 fl ounces60
Cappuccino, medium, whole milk14 fl ounces110
Cappuccino, large, skim milk16 fl ounces80
Cappuccino, large, whole milk16 fl ounces140
Expresso coffee3 fl ounces0
Iced coffee, w/sugar/whole milk8 fl ounces40
Mocha coffee, medium, whole milk14 fl ounces290

Calories in Starbucks Coffee


Calorie Content Chart Showing Caloric Values for Starbucks ® Coffees

Calorie Table for Starbucks Coffee

Please note: all calorie values are approximate

Starbucks ® Coffees (16 fl oz)Calories
Starbucks, Caramel Frappuccino® Coffee – no whip280
Starbucks, Caramel Frappuccino® Coffee – whip430
Starbucks, Coffee Frappuccino® Coffee260
Starbucks, Caffe Latte, w/non-fat milk165
Starbucks, Caffe au Lait, w/whole milk155
Starbucks, Mocha Malt Frappuccino® Coffee – whip570
Starbucks, Caffè Americano15
Starbucks, Cappuccino150
Starbucks, Cappuccino, w/ low-fat milk142
Starbucks, Caramel Macchiato320

Calories in Coffee Creamers


Calorie Content Chart Showing Caloric Values for Coffee Creamer

Calorie Table for Coffee Creamers

Please note: all calorie values are approximate

Non Dairy Coffee Creamers – Basic TypesCalories
Coffee creamer, liquid, regular, 1 tablespoon20
Coffee creamer, liquid, fat-free, 1 tablespoon10
Coffee creamer, liquid, light, 1 tablespoon10
Coffee creamer, liquid, amaretto, 1 tablespoon40
Half and Half , 1 tablespoon20
Coffee Creamer (Gay Lea), 16g serving21
Coffee creamer, powder, regular 1 teaspoon20
Coffee creamer, powder, fat-free, 1 teaspoon10
Coffee creamer, powder, amaretto, 1 tbsp20

Calories in Milk


Calorie Content Chart Showing Caloric Values for Soy, Goat’s Milk, Buffalo & Reindeer Milk

Calorie Table for Milk

Please note: all calorie values are approximate

Milk (1 cup unless stated)Calories
Fresh whole milk150
Fresh milk low-fat 2%120
Fresh milk low-fat 1%105
Fresh milk low-fat 1/2%90
Fresh milk fat-free/skimmed85
Buffalo milk236
Buttermilk, cultured99
Buttermilk, low-fat, 1.5%120
Carnation, skimmed (1/2 cup)100
Carnation, whole milk (1/2 cup)170
Carnation, Condensed (1/3 cup)318
Carob-Chocolate Milk 1%160
Chocolate Milk low-fat 1%158
Goats Milk, evaporated160
Lactose reduced milk 1%100
Lactose reduced milk 2%120
Lactose reduced milk fat-free90
Reindeer Milk580
Sheeps Milk264
Soy Milk90

Calories in Chocolate Milk


Calorie Content Chart Showing Caloric Values for Chocolate Milks

Calorie Table for Chocolate Milk

Please note: all calorie values are approximate

Chocolate Milk (1 cup)Calories
Chocolate milk, regular220
Chocolate milk, low fat170
Chocolate milk, fat-free160
Chocolate milk, 2%190
Chocolate milk, 1%150

Calories in Orange Juice


Calorie Content Chart Showing Caloric Values for OJ, Orange Juice

Calorie Table for Orange Juice

Please note: all calorie values are approximate

Orange Juice (Average)Calories
Orange juice, 1/2 cup50
Orange juice, (6 fl oz – half a glass)75
Orange juice, 1 cup100

Calories in Coca-Cola ®


Calorie Content Chart Showing Caloric Values for Coca-Cola

Calorie Table for Coca-Cola ®

Please note: all calorie values are approximate

Coca-Cola ®Calories
Coca-Cola, 8 fl oz drink105
Coca-Cola, 12 fl oz can155
Coca-Cola, 16 fl oz bottle200
Coca-Cola, 22 fl oz bottle280

Calories in Shakes


Calorie Content Chart Showing Caloric Values for Types of Fast Food Shakes

Calorie Table for Shakes

Please note: all fast food calorie values are approximate

ShakesServingCalories
Chocolate shake (generic)10oz360
Strawberry shake (generic)10oz319
Vanilla (generic)10oz314
Thick shake, chocolate (generic)10oz356
Thick shake, vanilla (generic)11oz350
McDonald’s Triple Thick shake, vanilla16 fl oz570
McDonald’s Triple Thick shake, s’berry16 fl oz560
McDonald’s Triple Thick shake, choc16 fl oz580
Burger King, Ice-cream shake, vanillasmall560
Burger King, Ice-cream shake, vanillamedium720
Burger King, Ice-cream shake, chocolatesmall620
Burger King, Ice-cream shake, chocolatemedium790
Whataburger, shake, vanillakids 16oz412
Whataburger, shake, vanillalarge 44oz1,118

Calories in Soft Drinks


Calorie Content Chart Showing Caloric Values for 7-Up, Club Soda, Ginger Ale, Lemonade, Tonic Water

Calorie Table for Soft Drinks

Please note: all calorie values are approximate

Soft Drinks (6 fl oz)Calories
7-Up80
7-Up diet0
Apple Juice90
Bitter Lemon75
Cherry Cola80
Cherry Cola diet0
Cola80
Cola diet0
Collins Mixer60
Cranberry Juice100
Grapejuice110
Grapefruit Juice70
Lemonade80
Lemon-Lime70
Orange100
Orange diet5
Orange Juice90
Pineapple Juice100
Sour Mixer70
Tonic/Quinine70
Tonic/Quinine diet5
Water Mineral/bottled0

Count Calories But Check Nutrition Too

Calorie-counting only works up to a point: nutrition is also important. Under certain circumstances, food energy cannot be properly metabolised without sufficient minerals and vitamins. For example, the energy in “empty calorie” foods becomes unavailable to our body and is stored as body fat until we ingest the necessary minerals and vitamins at some later time. This is why a healthy calorie-controlled eating plan should be based on nutrient-dense meals and snacks. The calorie content of orange juice is relatively low; its nutritional value is relatively high.

Guide To Kilocalories and Kilojoules

Calories are units of energy. One calorie is usually defined as: the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of water by 1 degree Celsius. Calories are used to measure the energy content of food. But when energy values appear on food labels they are often listed as “kilocalories” (kcal). Another unit of food energy is the “joule”. One calorie equals 4,184 joules, while one kilojoule (kJ) equals 1,000 joules.

Body Health Affects Calorie-Burning

Our state of health alters our metabolic rate. During fevers and infections, more calories are burned than when a person is healthy. One reason why it’s important to maintain adequate calorie intake for children with diarrhea or gastroenteritis. In late stages of cancer, tumors eat most of the body’s stores of energy resulting in significant loss of body weight. Stress increases the body’s calorie-burning rate. Some people lose 10 pounds in just a few days of serious worry. Other stresses also stimulate the body’s fat burning mechanism. Bottom line: if you are under stress, or ill, you may need to eat more.

Health Affects Energy Expenditure

Our state of health alters our metabolic rate. During fevers and infections, much more energy is burned than when a person is healthy. One reason why dietitians say it’s important to maintain adequate calorie intake for children with diarrhea or gastroenteritis. In late stages of cancer, tumors eat most of the body’s stores of energy resulting in significant loss of body weight. Stress increases the body’s calorie-burning rate. Some people lose 10 pounds in just a few days of serious worry. Other stresses also stimulate the body’s fat burning mechanism. Bottom line: if you are under stress, or ill, you may need extra food calories.

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