100 Calories in 100 Ways: 61-64

Today’s 100 calorie comparison is another great example of range in volume! The carbs are similar across the board with these items, but the volume difference is pretty staggering.

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100 Calories in 100 Ways: 57-60

If you’ve been following along over the last few weeks, you will start to sense the theme - not all fruits are created equal!

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100 Calories in 100 Ways: 53-56

Items 53-56 look at some of our favourite “toppings” – we can think of more than a few foods we would add these items to.

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100 Calories in 100 Ways: 49-52

We’ve made it to the half way point as we review 100 calories in 100 ways. We hope you have enjoyed it so far!

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100 Calories in 100 Ways: 45-48

We’re almost half way through our 100 calorie experiment, and one thing we have discovered is an abundance of carb options!

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100 Calories in 100 Ways: 41-44

There is certainly on shortage of carbohydrate sources on our list of 100 foods. A lot happens to that potato from raw to chip form!

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100 Calories in 100 Ways: 37-40

A few different ways to look at 100 calories from a range of protein sources today. Not all protein sources are created equal!

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100 Calories in 100 Ways: 33-36

Items 33-36 are a few other #TeamWAG coach favourites.

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100 Calories in 100 Ways: 29-32

Another carb comparison! These items range from 18grams – 23grams of carbs, but from 37-550 grams in weight. The blackberries and tomatoes pack a lot of fibre too.

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100 Calories in 100 Ways: 25-28

100 calorie ideas 25 through 28 are all about grab and go snacks. These items are similar from a weight perspective, but the macros range.

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100 Calories in 100 Ways: 21-24

There is more then one way to satisfy a sweet tooth, and while gummies and dried fruit are an easy way to knock off some carbs, you get a lot more bang for your macro buck when you go with fresh fruit or unsweetened apple sauce.

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100 Calories in 100 Ways: 17-20

Believe it or not, there are high volume protein choices too. While some protein bars may taste delicious and protein shakes may be an easy way to knock off those protein grams, eating whole foods will always keep you more satiated.

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