My clinical notes : Some common food stuff supplying approx. 100 calories

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Hi, here in this series we are publishing the notes that we have taken during our clinical learning  .Hope it will be useful to you all.

Some common food stuff supplying approx. 100 calories. These are some food stuff that contain approximately 100 calories . It will help you to identify basic caloric intake during your clinical . Remember these values are not exact and doesn’t  need to be applied in every situation but it can help you in exam when you are asked to calculate approx. caloric intake of a client . For exact values of different food items , please refer here- Nutritive Values and Charts

FOOD ITEM
AMOUNT
COOKED MEASURE / CONVENTIONAL MEASUREMENT
Cereals
30 gm
Approx. 1 medium katori or 2 medium chapatti
Pulses
30 gm
Approx. 1 medium katori
Leafy vegetables
200 gm
½ katori
Roots vegitables
100 gm
¾ katori
Other
300 gm
2 katori
Nuts
15 gm
-
Fruits (pulpy)
125 gm
1 medium size (raw)
Cow’s milk
150 ml
¾  -1 cup
Egg
1 ¼
-
Meat
80 gm
Approx. 2 big pieces
Sugar
25 gm
5tsp
Butter
15gm
3 tsp
Oil
10 gm
2 tsp
Sago seeds (sabudana)
30 gm
1 medium katori
Human breast milk
150 gm
1 katori

What are Katori Glass Cup? Standard serving-size
In India, Katori, Glass, and Cup are used for food service. Standard-sized versions are used for serving-size and cooking

Katori
Katori is a metal bowl, primarily used to serve foods such as Dal and curries. Many restaurants use a round metal platter (Thaali) to serve the entire meal except for the beverages. Individual foods are placed in separate Katori, Katori are placed around the outer rim of Thaali. The remaining area is used to pile-up rice and breads. The size of Thaali determines the number of Katori. Katori is also used as a ladle to dole out food. Katori are made of stainless steel. Katori made of silver are used at religious and other occasions.
Katori come in many sizes. In 1990s, food nutritionists decided to use a standard-Katori to describe a serving-size.
The standard serving-size Katori = 150 ml.
This set up a relationship with teaspoons and Tablespoons to describe ingredients in a recipe.
1 Katori = 150 ml = 30 teaspoons = 10 Tablespoons = 5 US fl oz
1 teaspoon = 5 ml, 1/6 US fl oz
1 Tablespoon = 15 ml, ½ US fl oz

Glass
Glass is a tumbler, primarily used to serve cold beverages such as: milk, water, skimmed buttermilk. Tumblers may be made of metal or plastics.
Glass come in many sizes. For serving-size purpose, following standard is used
1 Glass  = 250 ml = 50 teaspoons = 8.33 US oz

Cup
Cup is primarily used to serve hot beverages such as: hot tea or coffee. These cups are normally china-ware.
Cup come in many sizes. For serving-size purpose, following standard is used
1 Cup = 200 ml = 40 teaspoons = 6.66 US oz
This is same as the British tea-cup.



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