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What 200 Calories Really Look Like

Muffins

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Breakfast muffins may feel like a hearty, healthy way to start your day, but when you see how much muffin you get for the calories (seriously, is that like two bites?) you'll be thinking more "muffin top." (The good news: You can still indulge in your favorite quick breakfast snacks with our 10 Guilt-Free Muffin Recipes for Fall.)

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Peaches

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Fresh fruit packs a nutritional bang for your caloric buck. For 200 calories, you can eat four and half fiber- and nutrient-filled peaches.

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Cheddar Cheese

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Cheese has lots of filling protein—but a little goes a long way. 

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Tomatoes

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Fruits and veggies are a girl's best friend—and like any good friend, these tomatoes know just how to fill you without smothering you.

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Beer

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We don't normally drink beer out of a shot glass, do we? (Craving a cocktail? Try one of our 20 Low-Calorie Holiday Cocktail Recipes.)

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Eggs

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There's a reason eggs are the go-to breakfast of so many fitness pros: they're packed with filling fats and protein and with two, you won't feel deprived (unlike you would with that tiny muffin).

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Donut

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Everyone needs a tasty treat sometimes! The key with all that sugary goodness? Portion control. 

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Strawberries

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No wonder Strawberry Shortcake was always so chipper! A plate full of strawberries is low on calories but high on nutrients (and deliciousness). Stock up on them—they're one of the Top 50 Winter Foods for Weight Loss.

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Peanut Butter

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Anyone who's ever stood with a spoon and a jar of peanut butter knows how easy it is to go overboard (wait, is that the bottom?). This photo reminds us exactly how little one serving is.

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Blueberries

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Adding a handful (or plateful!) of blueberries is an easy way to amp up the flavor and nutrition of your post-workout smoothie without undoing all your hard work at the gym.

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