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Calories In A Banana
The calories in a raw banana
according to the banana’s size are
roughly as follows:
Banana Size Calories Fat
Carbohydrate Protein
Extra Small (less than 6“ long) 81g
72 0.27g 18.5g 0.88g
Small (6” to 6-7/8” long) 101g 90
0.33g 23.1g 1.1g
Medium (7” to 7-7/8” long) 118g
105 0.39g 27g 1.29g
Large (8” to 8-7/8” long) 136g 121
0.45g 31.1g 1.48g
Extra Large (9” or longer) 152g
135 0.5g 34.7g 1.66g
Dieting Points About Bananas
The calories in a banana are not
excessive given typical daily calorie
requirements and the satisfying
nature of the fruit. Ascan be seen
in the above chart however,
bananas are high in carbohydrates
which may lead some people on
low-carb diets to avoid the fruit.
Nutritional Benefits of Bananas
Bananas are often considered to
be good sources of potassium,
manganese, vitamin C and
vitaminB6 and are high in dietary
A Few Notes About Calorie
The heart of calorie counting
comes down to understanding
how many calories you consume
and how many calories you burn.
If you consume 3500 calories less
than you burn, this should result in
approximately 1lbof weight loss.
In order to lose weight, you should
aim for a basiccalorie deficit so as
to achieve 1 to 2 lbs of weight loss
a week, rather than introducing
too severe a calorie deficit. A
severe calorie deficit may result in
the loss of lean body mass, causing
your system to lower the
numberof calories it burns to
maintain itself.
Understanding and monitoring
thecalories you are consuming and
burning is essential for a calorie
counting process. In order to help
with this, WeighByDate is a piece
of weight loss software that allows
you to track the calories you
consume in a wide variety of food
as well as the calories you are
burning in exercise. The software
also allowsyou to monitor your
weight and body measurements.
The above calorie and nutrition
data was taken from the U.S.
Department of Agriculture, USDA
National Nutrient Database for
Standard Reference.

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