Everyone had to hear about the use of cereals in the early childhood. Even having become adults, we do not hasten to say good-bye to many various dishes with cereals. Modern specialists speak of the use of different cereals for the human organism and confirm their diet properties. In the chart below, you will be able to check calories in cereals of different types in a portion size and in 100 grams.
|CEREALS||Portion size||per 100 grams
|Cornflakes||130 cals (35g)||370 cals|
|Macaroni (boiled)||238 cals (250g)||95 cals|
|Muesli||195 cals (50g)||390 cals|
|Noodles (boiled)||175 cals (250g)||70 cals|
|Pasta ( normal boiled )||330 cals (300g)||110 cals|
|Pasta (wholemeal boiled )||315 cals (300g)||105 cals|
|Porridge oats (with water)||193 cals (350g)||55 cals|
|Potatoes (boiled)||210 cals (300g)||70 cals|
|Potatoes (roast)||420 cals (300g)||140 cals|
|Rice (white boiled)||420 cals (300g)||140 cals|
|Rice (egg-fried)||500 cals||200 cals|
|Rice ( Brown )||405 cals (300g)||135 cals|
|Ryvita Multi grain||37 Cals per slice||331 cals|
|Spaghetti (boiled)||303 cals (300g)||101 cals|
Portion sizes will vary depending on the type and make of product purchased. Portion size is very often a subjective view and may again vary according to bowl, cup or plate size used.
Some values may not be accurate and should only be used for general comparison purposes.