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Snack Calorie Chart

BEVERAGES

Carbonated (per 8-ounce glass)
  Cola-type...............................95 calories
  Fruit flavors (10-13% sugar)...........115 calories
  Ginger Ale..............................75 calories

Fruit drinks (per 1/2 cup)
  Apricot nectar..........................70 calories
  Cranberry juice.........................80 calories
  Grape drink.............................70 calories
  Lemonade (frozen).......................55 calories

Fruit juices (per 1/2 cup)
  Apple juice, canned.....................60 calories
  Grape juice, bottled....................80 calories
  Grapefruit juice, canned, unsweetened...50 calories
  Orange juice, canned, unsweetened.......55 calories
  Pineapple juice, canned, unsweetened....70 calories
  Prune juice, canned....................100 calories

Vegetable juices (per 1/2 cup)
  Tomato juice............................25 calories
  Vegetable juice cocktail................20 calories

Coffee and tea
  Coffee, black..........................3-5 calories
  with 1 tsp. sugar....................18-20 calories
  with 1 tsp. cream....................13-15 calories
  Tea, plain.............................0-1 calories
  with 1 tsp. sugar....................15-16 calories

CANDY, CHIPS, AND PRETZELS

Candy (per ounce)
  Hard candy.............................110 calories
  Jelly beans............................105 calories
  Marshmallows............................90 calories
  Gumdrops...............................100 calories

Chips (per cup)
  Corn chips.............................230 calories
  Potato chips...........................115 calories
  
Popcorn 
  (air-popped, without butter)............25 calories

Pretzels
  Dutch, 1 twisted........................60 calories
  Stick, 5 regular........................10 calories

CHEESE (per ounce)
  American, processed....................105 calories
  Cottage, creamed........................30 calories
  Cottage, low-fat (2%)...................25 calories
  Swiss, natural.........................105 calories

CRACKERS
  Butter, 2-inch diameter.................15 calories
  Graham, 2 1/2 inches square, 2..........55 calories
  Matzoh, 6-inch diameter.................80 calories
  Rye.....................................45 calories
  Saltine.................................50 calories

FRUITS (raw)
  Apple, 1 medium.........................80 calories
  Apricots, fresh, 3 medium...............50 calories
  Apricots, dried, 5 halves...............40 calories
  Banana, 1 medium.......................105 calories
  Blackberries, 1/2 cup...................35 calories
  Blueberries, 1/2 cup....................40 calories
  Cantaloupe, 1/4 melon...................50 calories
  Cherries, 10............................50 calories
  Dates, dried, 3.........................70 calories
  Fig, dried, 1 medium....................50 calories
  Grapefruit, 1/2.........................40 calories
  Grapes, 20..............................30 calories
  Orange, 1 medium........................60 calories
  Peach, 1 medium.........................35 calories
  Pear, 1 medium.........................100 calories
  Pineapple, 1/2 cup......................40 calories
  Prunes, dried, 3........................60 calories
  Raisins, 1/4 cup.......................110 calories
  Strawberries, 1 cup.....................45 calories
  Watermelon, 1 cup.......................50 calories

NUTS (per 2 tablespoons)
  Almonds................................105 calories
  Brazil nuts............................115 calories
  Cashews................................100 calories
  Peanuts................................105 calories
  Pecans, halves..........................95 calories

VEGETABLES (raw)
  Carrots, 1/2 cup grated.................35 calories
  Celery, 5-inch stalks, 3................10 calories
  Pickle, 1............................15-20 calories
Table of Contents:

Preparing Yourself for Quitting
    Knowing What to Expect
    Involving Someone Else
Ways of Quitting
Just Before Quitting
    On the Day You Quit
Immediately After Quitting
Snack Calorie Chart
What Happens After You Quit Smoking
Withdrawal Symptoms and Activities that Might Help
Quitting for Keeps
    Congratulations!
    Keep Your Guard Up
How to Dampen That Urge
Not Smoking is Habit-Forming
    Relapse: If You Smoke Again
    Marking Progress
Common Rationalizations
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