How Much Food is 50g of Carb?
|Weetabix||75g||3 - 4 bix|
|Branflakes||75g||one large bowl|
|Cornflakes||50g||1 large bowl|
|Cereal bars||80g||2 - 3 bars|
|White/wholemeal bread||100g||3 - 4 slices|
|Tea cakes||100g||1 - 2 cakes|
|Malt loaf||100g||2 - 3 slices|
|Bread rolls||100g||2 soft/crusty|
|Pitta bread||100g||1 large|
|Naan bread||100g||2 mini|
|Pasta (cooked)||225g||8 tbsp|
|Rice (cooked)||175g||4 tbsp|
|Noodles (uncooked)||75g||1 layer|
|Boiled potatoes||300g||5 egg sized|
|Mashed potatoes||325g||5 scoops|
|Jacket potato||175g||1 medium|
|Baked beans||325g||7 tbsp|
|Kidney beans ||300g||10 tbsp|
|Peaches in juice||500g||1 large tin|
Adapted from Crawley (1988) and McCance and Widdowson (1991).
The following chart provides information about the carbohydrate content of chart to plan a daily menu or specific pre-event meals and post-exercise recovery meals to meet your carbohydrate targets.