Happy democracy Day! Today a new dawn begins in Nigeria. The change we all anticipate, the change we voted for is finally here. I just hope and pray we won’t be disappointed. We have suffered enough in this 9ja biko. God help us.
As I always say, In life, there are a number of things we can’t control. We can’t control the fuel scarcity. We can’t control the availability of electricity. But we can definitely control what goes into our mouths. For some people, they will argue that it’s not an easy feat.
But hey, it’s your eyes, your hands and your mouth. So what’s uneasy about it? We have to make efforts to know the nutritional value and benefits of our foods.
So we continue part 2 of calories in Nigerian foods.
1 boiled chicken leg 292cal
1 slice of wheat bread 60cal
1 slice of white bread 90cal
1 medium catfish 230cal
1tablespoon of palm oil 120cal
100g of snail 90cal
85g of pork 310cal
1 cup of okro 33cal
1 cup of sliced Ugu 15cal
1 cup of pounded yam 306cal
1 slice of fried plantain 65cal
1 cup of eba 200cal
Medium sized white small corn 100cal
1 Mr biggs meatpie 357cal
1 cup of plantain flour 390cal
1 cup of whole grain wheat flour 405calories
1 cup of poundo yam flour 940cal
1 cup of sweet potatoes 114cal
50g (about 2 large sized) of native pear (ube) 117cal
**measurements used here is the regular baking measuring cups. And they are approximates for cooked foods.
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