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The average package of canadian bacon contains about 6 slices, each weighing in at about 30 grams, or roughly a single oz. The whole package will yield around 270 calories, but this depends on the brand, of course. That translates to about 45 calories a piece.
one egg is about 70 calories depending on how you cook it. (using PAM cooking spray will add about 7 calories - a 1 second spray)
1 whole-wheat english muffin (again, this varies on the brand) is 134 calories.
add that all up to a generous 301 calories.
this isn’t fully correct, because if you look up the nutrition facts for the first option for breakfast…depending on what brand you get, 1 slice of canadian bacon = 257 calories. with 4g of saturated fat. http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/pork-products/2213/2 Now imagine if that was doubled. plus an egg & the english muffin.
All the breakfast are between 300-400 calories; lunches and dinners have between 500-600 calories; and snacks are between 200 and 300 calories. Mix and match any of the choices above for a day’s worth of meals and snacks that will fall between the range of 1,700 to 2,200 - enough to keep you fueled and satisfied all day but not so much that you’ll gain weight.