Foods with Calories


A calorie is a unit of energy that the human body uses to sustain itself. Disorders that cause one’s metabolism to become too fast or too sluggish can affect one’s ability to use calories properly. The average adult needs between 1,500 and 2,500 calories per day. Body size and activity levels determine how many calories each person needs.

Products: Showing from 1 to 25 of 250 results

902.000
 (kcal) | Fat, beef tallow
902.000
 (kcal) | Fat, mutton tallow
902.000
 (kcal) | Fish oil, cod liver
902.000
 (kcal) | Fish oil, herring
902.000
 (kcal) | Fish oil, menhaden
902.000
 (kcal) | Fish oil, menhaden, fully hydrogenated
902.000
 (kcal) | Fish oil, salmon
902.000
 (kcal) | Fish oil, sardine
902.000
 (kcal) | Lard
900.000
 (kcal) | Fat, chicken
900.000
 (kcal) | Fat, goose
900.000
 (kcal) | Fat, turkey
900.000
 (kcal) | Oil, beluga, whale (Alaska Native)
900.000
 (kcal) | Oil, corn, industrial and retail, all purpose salad or cooking
900.000
 (kcal) | Oil, industrial, canola, high oleic
900.000
 (kcal) | Oil, industrial, soy, low linolenic
900.000
 (kcal) | Oil, walrus (Alaska Native)
900.000
 (kcal) | Oil, whale, bowhead (Alaska Native)
900.000
 (kcal) | Shortening frying (heavy duty), beef tallow and cottonseed
900.000
 (kcal) | Shortening industrial, lard and vegetable oil
900.000
 (kcal) | Shortening, household, lard and vegetable oil
899.000
 (kcal) | Oil, bearded seal (Oogruk) (Alaska Native)
898.000
 (kcal) | Pork, bacon, rendered fat, cooked
897.000
 (kcal) | Animal fat, bacon grease
894.000
 (kcal) | Oil, spotted seal (Alaska Native)