Blimpie subs are great, but it’s hard to know how many calories, carbs, and protein are in each. Particularly if you like to order custom subs, like I do. I made this calculator to help me determine the nutritional values of my ala-carte Blimpie subs.
Entries Tagged ‘carbs’
Subway makes it hard to discover the nutritional values of a particular sub.
This is because on their nutritional sheet, they list the calories, carbs, fat, etc., for a particular sub based on a certain set of pre-defined ingredients. For example, they only list the nutritional contents for a sub on their 9-grain wheat bread. Which is great, if you always order 9-grain wheat bread. But I don’t.
So I created this calculator that lets you determine the nutritional content of any sub.
Simply choose your sub, bread, cheese, toppings, etc – from the drop down lists, and the calculator will calculate the nutritional value of your sub.
Jimmy John’s has a great website with nutritional information. Unfortunately, that info isn’t easy to view on a mobile phone. Since I eat at Jimmy John’s so often, I created this table for easy reference. It lists the nutritional info in Jimmy John’s sandwiches and side items. The chart contains Calories, Fat, Carbohydrates, Cholesterol, Sodium, [...]
How many carbs are in eggs? The quick answer: Very few. As you can see from the chart below, there are very few, if any, carbohydrates in Eggs. If you are on a low carb diet, such as the Atkins diet, the incredibly low carbohydrate content of eggs makes them an excellent source of protein. [...]
I’ve had a table of nutrition data for many foods online for a few years now. The table lists the most popular data that people are commonly interested in – calories, grams of protein, fiber, fat, and total carbs. The table also lists something called “Net Carbs,” which has caused a little confusion. What exactly [...]
There are many well-documented health benefits to drinking Green Tea. Green Tea reportedly helps to soothe rheumatoid arthritis, lowers high cholesterol levels, helps to prevent cariovascular disease, staves off some infections, and now, according to at least one study, it significantly inhibits breast cancer growth in female mice. The benefits of Green Tea are largely [...]
A simple list of the caffeine content of popular soft drinks. Sodas, pops, cokes, soda-pops – depending on your regional dialect. :) Coffee, tea, and cocoa are also included. If you know of any others not in the list, leave them in the comments and I will update the list. Thanks! Soft [...]
Here is a list of the caffeine content of different drinks. Soft drinks are at the top. The chart lists the caffeine measure in milligrams (mg) for a 12-oz portion. There is a second table at the bottom for teas & coffees. This table uses 8-oz as the serving size. If you know of any [...]
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New! Check out my Chipotle Nutrition Calculator! Chipotle Mexican Grill makes some of the best tasting burritos in the world – unfortunately, they’re not always the healthiest option available. With their neat-o flash website, unconventional marketing, and commitment to natural foods, Chipotle restaurant projects and ultra-hip image. For this reason, many people are surprised to [...]
Blame it all on that crazy Atkins guy, but everyone seems to be counting carbs these days. While a carb-free diet isn’t the healthiest way to to live, many people have decided to ignore the risks and press on in the hopes of dropping a few pounds. To that end, we’ve put together the following [...]