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Postby luce » Tue Apr 04, 2006 1:11 pm

hiya, i don't know if anyone has done this already, but how about we start a thread where we can share what foods we've found that are the lowest in kilojoules in their food category? two that i've found that seem pretty low are:

icecream - peters carb smart 345kj/100g

yoghurt - yoplait no fat 176kj/100g (approx)


add what you've found! (and let me know if you know of a lower kj yoghurt or ice cream!!)
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Postby carleyjt » Tue Apr 04, 2006 2:26 pm

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Postby Dolly » Tue Apr 04, 2006 6:11 pm

Thanks for telling me about that ice-cream Luce, yummo!


Instead of having
100g of red salmon which is 10.5g of fat and 170 calories
You could have instead
100g of crabmeat in brine 0.6g of fat and only 60 calories :D

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Postby Angel » Fri Apr 07, 2006 11:50 pm

My favourite indulgence is Diet Jelly:

Cottees Diet Jelly seems to be the lowest - 125ml for 24.1 KJs
Aeroplane Lite Jelly is 125ml for 38 KJs

I've put it in little jelly moulds (like you use for kids) and can indulge every night for few KJs.

In fact you could eat the whole 500ml for around 100 KJs - reckon that would have to be the lowest KJ for a dessert ever!
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Postby luce » Mon Apr 17, 2006 7:34 pm

Angel wrote:In fact you could eat the whole 500ml for around 100 KJs - reckon that would have to be the lowest KJ for a dessert ever!


sounds like a great guilt-free binge! i'm putting it on my shopping list right now!
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