Calories on NutriBlast Recipes

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Curtis S.
Joined: 1/05/2013

Does anyone know if there is a place that shows the calories of each recipe? Does anyone know if calories are listed in the Natural Healing Foods Book or any other Nutriliving books? Thanks for any help. 

I don't think the calories are listed in the book, but I use MyFitnessPal to log in the blasts and other foods I eat to track my calories.
NutriCurt wrote:

Does anyone know if there is a place that shows the calories of each recipe? Does anyone know if calories are listed in the Natural Healing Foods Book or any other Nutriliving books? Thanks for any help. 

The calories are not listed in the Natural Healing Foods book, but a great way to track your calories is www.myfitnesspal.com of www.calorieking.com
Sarah... on a similar note I was thinking the same, and have another question. My wife and I have just started the basic 7 day cleanse. I had a question on one of the recipes. the quinoa and sweet potato recipe. I says to use one cup of uncooked quinoa. is that correct? one cup uncooked yields four cups once cooked. My question/concern is that is a lot of calories for a 2 serving recipe. 625 or 312 each, not including the sweet potato. Is that possibly a typo and should be one cup cooked?? aside from that I though it was a typo because neither one of us could finish the meal as the pure volume of food was to much. thanks again.
DocRoxy wrote: Sarah... on a similar note I was thinking the same, and have another question. My wife and I have just started the basic 7 day cleanse. I had a question on one of the recipes. the quinoa and sweet potato recipe. I says to use one cup of uncooked quinoa. is that correct? one cup uncooked yields four cups once cooked. My question/concern is that is a lot of calories for a 2 serving recipe. 625 or 312 each, not including the sweet potato. Is that possibly a typo and should be one cup cooked?? aside from that I though it was a typo because neither one of us could finish the meal as the pure volume of food was to much. thanks again.
You are correct, that is a typo. I did the same thing when I made it...no way you could eat that much :) The proper portion is 3/4 cup to 1 cup of cooked quinoa - making it about 4 servings per recipe. However, eat til you are 80% full - the start to Intuitive Eating! I hope you enjoyed the dish. I thought it was delicious.