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Favorite food calorie breakdown...homework

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Well this isn't really my favorite food but one I crave every 6 months or so.

White Castle Double cheeseburger, I eat 2 so the calculations are for 2.

Calories - 600
Fat - 34 grams
Sodium - 1880
Carbs - 40 grams
protien - 30

Add an order of onion rings
Calories - 290
Fat - 19
Sodium - 360
Carbs - 25

Total for meal
Calories - 890
Fat - 55
Sodium - 2240

I'd have to spend 6 hours on the treadmill to burn off this meal, ugh! Bye-bye White Castle!


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SANDLADY48 10/28/2012 7:53PM

    Thanks for that breakdown!
Wherever I eat a hamburger, I take half the bun off, which totally goofs up my tracking!!
I am getting indigestion just thinking about onion rings.

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DEE797 9/24/2012 6:28PM

    I used to love White Castles. They were a treat when I was a kid. WOW on the calories.....

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JUSTCHELLE75 9/24/2012 5:21PM

    You blogged. I am so proud. I agree they are small

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MAGGIEVAN 9/24/2012 12:18AM

    I have never heard of you burgers but I am sure you can do a much better one at home.

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THEMRSH 9/23/2012 10:35PM

  A big ol YUCK to White Castle. Glad you know now. I can't believe those tiny things have so many calories in them. Wow!

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LCDM83 9/23/2012 8:29PM

    And they are so small too- they pack in a lot of calories- must be that "grilled" bun holding in all the "stuff". Good to know! Killer amount of sodium too!

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DEBBYNATION 9/23/2012 5:59PM

    I feel the same - I crave sourdough jack burger - eat only 1/2 @ lunch & 1/2 for dinner-RARELY. :)

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