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Sugar/Fiber Report Copyright © 2011 7-Day Belly Blast Diet. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews. For reproduction permission, e-mail [email protected] The 7-Day Belly Blast Diet 2.0 Program is intended for healthy men and women ages 18 and older. This program is solely for information and educational purposes and is not medical advice. Please be sure to consult your doctor before starting a new diet or exercise program, particularly if you suffer from any medical condition or have any symptoms that may require medical treatment. * The individuals featured in this book achieved extraordinary results through an integrated system of exercise, nutrition, goal setting, and supplementation. As individuals differ, so will their results, even when using the same program. The average purchaser of The 7-Day Belly Blast Diet 2.0 does not follow any of the diet, exercise, supplementation, or mindset techniques in the program and, therefore, does not lose any weight. However, those who do follow The 7-Day Belly Blast Diet 2.0 program and complete our 12-week Challenge lose an average of 20.09 pounds. Product names, brand names, and other trademarks referenced herein are the property of their respective trademark holders. 2

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The 7DBBD 2.0 List Of Low Sugar & High Fiber Foods Sugar is Public Enemy #1 in my book when it comes to obesity additives.

Why? Sugar induces hunger and cravings because it wreaks havoc on your blood sugar levels, causing them to rise, then fall. When you eat sugar, a surge of a fat-storing hormone called insulin is released into your digestive tract. Insulin grabs hold of this sugar and stores it as energy—and then the excess is stuffed into your fat cells in all of those dreaded trouble spots— like your belly. As a result, your blood sugar levels drop, causing more hunger and cravings. Then the vicious cycle repeats. This is why, based on current research, I recommend that my students limit their sugar intake to a maximum of 30 grams a day (including natural sugars found in dairy products, fruits, and vegetables). Regardless, it’s vitally important that you “balance” the amount of sugar you consume with an equal or greater amount of fiber. I call this my 30/30 Ratio—eat a max of 30 grams of sugar and eat 30 grams of fiber; doing this alone can give you a flat belly, fast. Why? Because fiber (along with fats and proteins) fights belly fat by slowing down the absorption of sugar in the body and it helps to cleanse the belly bulge (waste) that comes from an overloaded digestive system. Fifty percent of Americans aren’t getting enough fiber from their daily diet. After all, the American Heart Association recommends 25 to 30 grams of fiber per day to reduce the risk of heart disease. However, most folks are getting only half of that, which is causing digestive problems and increasing their risk of heart disease, diabetes, and certain cancers. Why is fiber so important for weight loss? Fiber-rich foods make you feel fuller for longer, and they slow the digestion of food so insulin (a fat-storing hormone) is released into the digestive tract. Plus, eating enough fiber (combined with eight to 10 glasses of water a day) keeps your digestive system running smoothly and can clean out pounds of “internal waste” that makes your belly bulge. Use the tables in this document to help you find foods that are lower in sugar and higher in fiber. Calorie information and “carb type” are included in case you’re counting calories (which isn’t required). Adding food selections from this report will help you attain the 30/30 Ratio faster.

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The 7DBBD 2.0 List Of Low Sugar & High Fiber Foods

Table of Contents Meatless Meats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Dairy and Dairy Alternatives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Legumes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Bread, Crackers and Tortillas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Cereals, Pastas and Grains. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Vegetables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Fruits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Sweeteners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Snacks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Treats. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Beverages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Sauces, Condiments and Dressings . . . . . . . . . 14 Frozen Foods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 TV Dinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Fast Foods/Dining Out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

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Meatless Meats The main things to look for in good vegetarian meat replacements are items that are low in sodium, calories and fat. Fast food restaurants have attempted to come up with items to attract the meatless crowd, but they are for the most part disappointing. The items below are your best bet; most have no trans-fat or MSG and preservatives used are minimal or non-existent.

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Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb Type

Fiber grams

Calories

1 Boca Burger original patty

0.0

n/a

5.0

100

1 Boca Chik’n original patty

1.0

n/a

2.0

160

1 Yves Meat-less Hot Dog

0.5

n/a

0.0

50

2 Meatless Bacon Strips

0.0

n/a

1.0

35

1 Meatless Sausage Link

2.0

n/a

2.0

65

4 Slices Yves Deli Turkey

0.5

n/a

0.0

100

3 oz Quorn Turk’y Roast

0.5

n/a

5.0

90

5 Lightlife Meatballs

1.0

n/a

4.0

160

1 Nature’s Promise Burger

0.0

n/a

4.0

95

1 Jumbo Veggie Smart Dog

2.0

n/a

1.0

80

3 oz Lightlife Ground ‘’Beef’

1.5

n/a

3.0

105

3 oz Heartline ‘Chicken’ Fillet

0.0

n/a

9.0

240

3 oz Montreal Roast Wheat

2.5

n/a

1.0

155

¼ cup Better’n Eggs substitute

1.0

n/a

0.0

30

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Dairy and Dairy Alternatives Many people forget that dairy products can be a significant source of sugars. Finding lowsugar dairy products and dairy alternatives is important since dairy can be a significant source of protein, especially for vegetarians. You can use milk substitutes and low-fat cheese to manage caloric intake. Unsweetened yogurt can be tossed in a blender with high-fiber fruit like raspberries and natural sweeteners for a treat.

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Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb Type

Fiber gram

Calories

½ cup ONLY 2% Milk

6.0

Color

0.0

60

1 cup no-sugar Almond Breeze

0.0

Color

1.0

40

1 cup no-sugar Soy Milk

1.0

Color

2.0

90

1 cup Plain Rice Dream Drink

4.0

Color

1.0

100

1/2 cup Oikos Greek Yogurt

7.5

Color

1.5

110

1 cup Lifeway Organic Kefir

10.0

Color

2.0

120

¼ cup shredded Kraft Cheese

0.0

n/a

0.0

45

1 Laughing Cow Cheese Round

0.0

n/a

0.0

50

2 Tbsp Sour Cream

0.2

n/a

0.0

50

1 oz Colby Jack Cheese

0.0

n/a

0.0

110

4 oz 2% Lowfat Cottage Cheese

0.2

n/a

0.0

100

2 Tbsp Soft Cream Cheese

0.2

n/a

0.0

70

¼ cup Light Ricotta Cheese

3.0

Color

0.0

60

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Legumes Legumes can serve as an important protein source for vegetarians and vegans, and provide healthy energy carbs—plus they’re packed with fiber for the rest of us. Pre-prepared bean products can be high in sodium, so look for reduced or no-salt versions. Peanuts are high in fat, so be mindful when eating them. Canned beans may have salt added, so labels should be checked carefully to limit sodium.

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Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb Type

Fiber grams

Calories

½ cup Cooked Pinto Beans *

0.5

Energy

7.5

120

½ cup Cooked Black Beans *

0.0

Energy

6.0

140

½ cup Cooked Chickpeas *

4.0

Energy

6.0

140

¼ cup Cooked Lima Beans

1.2

Energy

3.5

60

¼ cup Cooked Lentils *

1.0

Energy

4.0

60

¼ cup Cooked Split Peas *

1.6

Energy

4.0

60

½ cup Cooked Kidney Beans *

0.5

Energy

6.0

120

20 Cooked Green Beans

1.2

Color

3.0

25

¼ cup Refried Beans (canned)

0.4

Energy

3.5

60

½ cup Blackeyed Peas

1.0

Energy

2.5

90

¼ cup Cooked Soybeans

1.2

Energy

2.0

80

2 Tbsp Fresh Alfalfa Sprouts

0.4

n/a

0.0

5

2 Tbsp natural Peanut Butter

3.0

n/a

2.0

180

¼ cup Raw Peanuts

1.4

n/a

3.5

205

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Bread, Crackers and Tortillas Whole grains are best—anything else is going to fall short nutritionally no matter how enriched it is, so read labels carefully. Most of the products below are whole grain. Also watch for increased sugar and sodium. (* high fiber)

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Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb type

Fiber grams

Calories

1 slice Ezekiel 4:9 Bread *

0.0

Energy

3.0

60

1 slice Earth Grains Wheat *

3.0

Energy

2.0

110

1 Oroweat Wheat Roll

4.0

Energy

2.0

130

4 oz Whole Wheat Pita

0.2

Energy

2.0

75

2 oz t’s Pizza Crust

0.0

Energy

4.0

130

1 Plain Brown Rice Cake

0.1

Energy

0.0

35

1 Oroweat Wheat Bagel *

9.0

Energy

9.0

250

16 Original Wheat Thins

3.0

Energy

1.0

150

10 Triscuit Crackers *

0.0

Energy

4.0

160

1 Thomas English Muffin

2.0

Energy

3.0

130

1 Oroweat Wheat Bun

2.0

Energy

3.0

180

1 Ortega Whole Wheat Tortilla

0.0

Energy

2.0

130

1 Flatout Wheat Flatbread *

2.0

Energy

8.0

70

1 slice Healthy Life Rye Bread*

0.0

Energy

5.0

40

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Cereals, Pastas and Grains Cereal, pasta and grain dishes are another way to get high quality whole grain goodness without a lot of sugar. Look for 100% whole grain labeling, and buy minimally processed items whenever possible. Most of the products below are whole grain, low sugar, and low fat. (* high fiber)

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Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb type

Fiber grams

Calories

2 Shredded Wheat Biscuits*

0.0

Energy

5.0

150

1 cup Regular Cheerios

1.0

Energy

3.0

100

1 cup Kashi Honey Crunch

5.0

Energy

3.0

110

½ cup Cooked Oatmeal *

1.0

Energy

4.0

150

3 Tbsp Cream of Wheat

1.0

Energy

1.0

120

2 oz Barilla Whl Wht Spaghetti *

2.0

Energy

4.0

200

1 cup Heartland Rotini Pasta *

4.0

Energy

5.0

190

1 cup Cooked Brown Rice *

1.0

Energy

3.5

150

½ cup Cooked Quinoa *

2.0

Energy

6.0

180

½ cup Trader Joe’s Couscous

4.0

Energy

4.0

220

¾ cup Total Whole Grain

5.0

Energy

3.0

100

½ cup Grapenuts Cereal *

4.0

Energy

7.0

200

1 Kashi 7 Grain Granola Bar

5.0

Energy

4.0

150

2 oz Hodgson Mill Angel Hair *

1.0

Energy

6.0

210

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Vegetables Vegetables are generally fairly low in sugar; the main exceptions are high sugar roots such as beets and yams. Wash well; eat skins. Frozen is better than canned, fresh is better than frozen; steamed or baked is better than boiled, raw is better than steamed. Avocados and tomatoes (both fruits) and corn (a grain) are included here as they generally are served as vegetables. (* high fiber)

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Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb type

Fiber grams

Calories

1 cup Cooked Cauliflower *

2.0

Energy

3.0

25

1 cup Cooked Broccoli *

2.0

Color

6.0

30

1 medium Baked Potato w/ skin *

2.0

Energy

4.0

110

½ cup Raw or Cooked Onion

3.0

n/a

1.5

35

½ cup Cooked Sliced Beets

6.8

Color

2.0

40

½ ONLY Baked Sweet Potato *

6.0

Color

5.0

80

1 cup Chopped or Baby Carrots *

6.0

Color

3.0

35

1 cup Steamed Asparagus *

2.5

Color

5.0

30

1 medium Raw Bell Pepper

4.0

Color

2.5

35

1 cup Steamed Brussels Sprout

2.0

Color

4.0

65

1 cup Steamed Winter Squash *

4.0

Color

5.5

30

1 medium Raw Fresh Tomato

3.0

Color

1.0

25

1 medium Avocado *

1.0

Color

8.0

160

7 inch Cooked Ear of Corn

3.0

Energy

2.0

90

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Fruits Fruits count as color carbs. They are higher in sugar, but still a much better choice than refined carbohydrates. (*high fiber)

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Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb type

Fiber grams

Calories

½ ONLY Apple (small, skin-on)*

4.0

Color

3.0

50

½ ONLY Pear (small, skin-on)*

7.0

Color

3.0

45

½ cup Red or Green Grapes

7.5

Color

0.5

40

½ cup cubed Cantaloupe

7.0

Color

1.0

55

½ cup cubed Honeydew

7.0

Color

0.5

50

½ cup fresh Strawberries

4.0

Color

2.0

40

½ cup Orange Sections

8.0

Color

2.0

45

½ cup fresh Pineapple

7.5

Color

1.0

40

½ medium Red Grapefruit *

8.0

Color

5.0

90

½ cup fresh Raspberries *

3.0

Color

4.0

40

2 fresh Pitted Apricots

6.0

Color

2.0

40

½ ONLY large Peeled Banana

8.0

Color

2.0

60

1 medium Red or Black Plum

6.0

Color

1.0

40

1 medium Kiwifruit

7.0

Color

2.0

50

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Sweeteners Low sugar sweeteners recommended in the 7DBBD 2.0 program are natural ones. We recommend avoiding artificial sweeteners whenever possible due to possible health concerns. Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb Type

Fiber grams

Calories

2 tsp Sun Crystals (stevia/sugar blend or erythritol/sugar blend)

2.0

n/a

0.0

10

2 tsp Truvia (erythritol and stevia)

0.0

n/a

0.0

0

2 tsp All Natural Z Sweet

0.0

n/a

0.0

0

2 tsp Granular Original Stevia

0.0

n/a

0.0

5

Snacks Healthy snacking habits can curb hunger, provide energy and stabilize blood sugar levels. Use low sugar snacks as part of your mini-meal strategy if you’re counting your sugar and fiber grams.

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Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb type

Fiber grams

Calories

Prograde Protein Powder

1.0

n/a

n/a

130

10 Food Should Taste Good Plain Corn Chips

0.0

Energy

3.0

140

Baked Lay’s Potato Crisps

2.0

Energy

2.0

120

2 Tbsp Natural Guacamole

0.0

N/A

2.0

50

Kashi TLC Crackers, Cheddar

1.0

Energy

>1

130

1 cup Popped Natural Popcorn

0.0

Energy

1.0

40

Organic Blue Tortilla Chips, 1 serving

0.0

Energy

2.0

140

Natural Hummus (no MSG), 2 tbsp

0.0

n/a

2.0

45

Whole Natural Almonds, 1 oz.

1.0

n/a

3.0

160

Walnuts, 1 oz.

1.0

n/a

2.0

183

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Treats Remember to eat items like dark chocolate in extreme moderation. Even good-for-you chocolate will pack on belly fat if you eat too much of it! Train your taste buds to appreciate fresh berries and other fruits as “dessert” by gradually cutting down on the sugar in your daily meals. Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb type

Fiber grams

Calories

Cascadian Farm Fiber Right Bar

8.0

Energy

5.0

130

70% Cacao Organic Dark Chocolate, ½ oz

4.0

n/a

1.5

85

Kashi TLC Fruit & Grain Bars

7.0

Energy

4.0

120

Beverages Diet drinks may have zero sugar grams, but that doesn’t mean they are good for you, especially if they are full of toxic artificial sweeteners. The choices listed below have no artificial sweeteners. Water is always our #1 choice. If you don’t like the taste, add 2 oz of fruit juice to sparkling water or try Hint water, which has natural flavor but no sugar or sweeteners. (Some supermarkets such as Target carry a store brand of this kind of “essence” water.)

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Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb type

Fiber grams

Calories

8 oz plain or sparkling water

0.0

n/a

0.0

0

8 oz Folgers Coffee Black

0.0

n/a

0.0

0

8 oz Lipton Tea no sugar added

0.0

n/a

0.0

0

Hint Water, any flavor

0.0

n/a

0.0

0

12 oz can Zevia (Stevia) Soda

0.0

n/a

0.0

15

8 oz Celestial Seasonings Herbal Tea, any flavor

0.0

n/a

0.0

0

8 oz can V8 low sodium vegetable juice

8.0

Color

2.0

50

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Sauces, Condiments and Dressings Moderation is key when using condiments. Go for tangy over sweet. Use low calorie options when needed, but for daily use stick to all natural foods. 2 Tbsp is the rule of thumb for most condiments. Watch sodium levels in low sugar/ low calorie dressings. Trader Joe’s and Newman's Own are great choices with no MSG.

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Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb type

Fiber grams

Calories

2 Tbsp Trader Joe’s Catsup

4.0

n/a

0.0

30

2 Tbsp French’s Yellow Mustard

1.0

n/a

0.0

20

2 Tbsp Light Hellmann Mayo

0.4

n/a

0.0

80

2 Tbsp Newman’s Own Ranch Dressing

2.0

n/a

0.0

140

2 Tbsp Newman’s Own 1000 Island

3.0

n/a

0.0

140

2 Tbsp Newman’s Own Creamy Italian

1.0

n/a

0.0

130

2 Tbsp Trader Joe’s BBQ Sauce

9.0

n/a

0.0

45

2 Tbsp organic Soy Sauce

0.0

n/a

0.0

20

½ cup Prego Marinara Sauce

7.0

Energy

4.0

100

¼ cup Ragu Alfredo Sauce

2.0

n/a

0.0

110

½ cup Barilla Red Sauce

8.0

Energy

3.0

70

2 Tbsp Pace Picante Sauce

2.0

n/a

0.0

10

2 Tbsp low-cal Fudge Topping

0.0

n/a

0.0

90

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Frozen Foods Frozen foods often contain added sugar to improve taste, so read labels carefully and refrain from adding extra sugar or salt. Frozen foods can include veggie blends, individual servings of meat or dessert portions as well as snack foods and breakfast items. Item / Serving

15

Sugar grams

Carb type

Fiber grams

Calories

5 oz Cedarlane Veggie Lasagna

2.0

Energy

4.5

180

2 whole wheat Eggo Waffles

3.0

Energy

3.0

140

1 Jimmy Dean Breakfast Skillet

2.0

Energy

2.0

120

½ cup Goya Mixed Veggies

4.0

Color

3.0

70

½ cup Birds-Eye Brown Rice

0.0

Energy

2.0

95

1 fillet Gorton’s Grilled Salmon

1.0

n/a

0.0

100

1 cup Broccoli Stir Fry Mix

3.0

Color

2.0

30

1 Tyson no MSG Chicken Tender

0.0

N/A

0.0

120

4 Three Cheese Bagel Bites

2.0

Energy

2.0

210

2 Van De Kamp Fish Fillet

4.0

n/a

0.0

170

1 Stouffer’s Stuffed Pepper

7.0

Color

2.0

210

1 Lean Pocket Quesadilla

5.0

Energy

2.0

250

1 Jimmy Dean Sausage Biscuit

1.0

n/a

0.0

150

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TV Dinners Low sugar, low fat and low calorie TV dinners have come a long way. There are hundreds of palatable microwavable meals in a box available. However, watch for added sugar and salt many meals include a high calorie dessert. These should be avoided. Look for labels with 'no MSG'.

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Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb type

Fiber grams

Calories

1 Lean Cuisine Flatbread Melt

6.0

Energy

5.0

330

1 Lean Cuisine Glazed Chicken

4.0

Energy

1.0

170

1 Smart Ones Salisbury Steak

3.0

Energy

3.0

190

1 Tuscan Chicken Mixer

4.0

Energy

6.0

320

1 Smart Ones Beef Pot Roast

3.0

Energy

3.0

180

1 Smart Ones Quesadilla

1.0

Energy

5.0

220

1 Stouffers Shrimp Scampi

5.0

Energy

5.0

400

1 Stouffers Turkey Panini

2.0

Energy

3.0

360

1 Uncle Ben’s Beef Fajita Bowl

5.0

Energy

3.0

300

1 Lean Cuisine Beef Portobello

6.0

Energy

3.0

220

1 Gorton’s Shrimp Bowl

6.0

Energy

2.0

280

1 Healthy Choice Chicken/ Pesto

4.0

Energy

4.0

320

1 Smart Ones Macaroni Dinner

6.0

Energy

3.0

240

1 Lean Cuisine Chicken/ Penne

5.0

Energy

3.0

250

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Fast Foods/Dining Out Finding good low sugar options when eating out or driving through a fast food window can be a challenge. Many restaurants offer a ‘low sugar’ option, but these can either taste horrible or include even worse things than too much sugar - empty carbohydrates and excessive fat content can boost the calorie count. Also, a lot of fast food contains things like MSG - it's almost unavoidable!

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Item / Serving

Sugar grams

Carb type

Fiber grams

Calories

1 Arby’s Reg Roast Beef

5.0

Energy

2.0

320

1 Whataburger Bacon Taquito

2.0

Energy

3.0

380

1 McDonalds Caesar Salad

3.0

Energy

3.0

220

2 Jack in the Box Tacos

4.0

Energy

4.0

365

1 Wendy’s Hot Broccoli Potato

6.0

Energy

8.0

340

1 slice Dominos Cheese Pizza

4.0

Energy

1.0

210

1 Chili’s Asian Lettuce Wrap

4.0

Energy

5.0

225

1 KFC Grilled Chicken Thigh

0.0

n/a

0.0

65

1 Taco Bell Fresco Taco

1.0

Energy

3.0

160

1 Leg Quarter Boston Market

1.0

n/a

0.0

190

1 Dairy Queen Cheeseburger

5.0

Energy

2.0

340

4 Burger King Chicken Tender

0.0

Energy

1.0

180

1 Blimpie's Turkey Sub

3.0

Energy

3.0

320

1 Subway Roast Chicken 6 inch

7.0

Energy

5.0

310

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