Mondelez - Oreo

  • Brand: Mondelez
  • Sugar: 38.00g / 100g
  • Energy: 1997 kj / 100g
  • Calories: 476.00 kcal / 100g
  • Size: 154g
  • Serving size: 11 g (1 biscuit)
  • Origin: Germany

How much sugar does a Oreo contain?

OreoAn Oreo 154g contains 58.5 grams of sugar (210 kcal), equivalent to 18.3 sugar cubes. In total, it provides 733.0 calories (3075 kJ of energy), with 29 of the calories coming from sugar (empty calories).

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Facts about your weight

BMI: 27.5
Overweight: 6.9 kg
Calories to burn: 52 031 calories *


This is how much You need to train to burn a kilo fat

Walking, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface: It takes you 1 day 1 hour to burn one kilo of calories if you walk constantly.**

Running, 5 mph (12 min/miile): It takes you 12 hours and 30 minutes to burn a kilo if you jog constantly.**

Running, 6 mph (10 min/mile): 7500 calories (1kg) takes you 10 hours to burn if you choose to run constantly.**

Eat less (-500 calories): Opting to decrease your daily calorie intake by 500 calories will result in losing 1 kilo of fat in 15 days.


Kilo to calories

If you want to lose a kilo in body mass, it corresponds to about 7500 calories.
We've calculated you're burning 12.5 kcal / min when you run and based on this we can calculate approximately how long you need to run to burn a kilo of body mass (7500 kcal). Of course, we do not recommend that you go out and run continuously, it is better that you eat less sugar and divide your training into one hour every day instead, otherwise you risk damaging your body.

We want to give you a little aha experience and show what all the goodies/calories you treat yourself converts into pure exercise.


* 1kg equals ~7500 calories (kcal)
** Train responsibly, this information about long uninterrupted training should not be followed but instead divided!

How much should you exercise?

A 30-year-old female, who is 165 centimeters tall and weighs 75 kilograms, burns about 1531 calories at rest per day, which is about 1.06 kcal/min. In addition to this, energy and calories are also burned during exercise. With the specified conditions (weight, height, age, gender), approximately 12.5 extra calories (kcal) are burned per minute during the selected activity (Running, 6 mph (10 min/mile)).

To put this into perspective: If you enjoy a 154g Oreo and want to avoid gaining weight, you need to burn about 733.0 calories, which is equivalent to 3075 kJ. An example of how you can achieve the desired result is to be active for about 58 minutes. This way you can enjoy your food while maintaining a balance between enjoyment and exercise.


Running - Running, 6 mph (10 min/mile)

As a 30-year-old female, you need to be active 58 minutes to burn the calories a Oreo contains

Exercise: 58 minutes
Calories (kcal): 12.5 kcal/min


Running - Running, 5 mph (12 min/miile)

As a 30-year-old female, you need to be active 73 minutes to burn the calories a Oreo contains

Exercise: 73 minutes
Calories (kcal): 10 kcal/min


Walking - Walking, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface

As a 30-year-old female, you need to be active 146 minutes to burn the calories a Oreo contains

Exercise: 146 minutes
Calories (kcal): 5 kcal/min

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Ingredients

Wheat flour, sugar, palm oil, rapeseed oil, low-fat cocoa pulp 4,3%, wheat starch, glucose-fructose syrup, raising agents (ammonium carbonates, potassium carbonates, sodium carbonates), table salt, emulsifier ( soy lecithins), acidity regulator (sodium hydroxide), flavouring

Additives

e500, e503, e503i, e524,

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