Over/Under 100 Calories?

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Can you name the foods which are Over ('O') or Under ('U') 100 calories for the given serving?

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A calorie is the energy it takes to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water 1 degree Celsius. Calories are energy that fuel our bodies, much like gasoline fuels cars. The calories on most North American food packaging are actually 'kilocalories' or 'kcal' (1,000 calories = 1 kcal). For the purpose of this quiz, "calorie" means "kilocalorie." The number of calories in food is a measure of how much potential energy that food possesses. A gram of carbohydrates has 4 calories; a gram of protein has 4 calories; and a gram of fat has 9 calories. Our bodies "burn" the calories in our food through metabolic processes, by which enzymes break the carbohydrates into glucose and other sugars; the fats into glycerol and fatty acids; and the proteins into amino acids. So what happens if you take in more or fewer calories than your body burns? You either gain or lose fat, respectively. An accumulation of 3,500 extra calories is stored by your body as 1 pound of fat -- fat is the body's way of saving energy for a rainy day. If, on the other hand, you burn 3,500 more calories than you eat, whether by exercising more or eating less, your body converts 1 pound of its stored fat into energy to make up for the deficit. So calories don't make you fat. How you use those calories might. For more reading: http://science.howstuffworks.com/life/human-biology/calorie.htm
FoodO/U?Serving Size
Peanut Butter2 tbsp (32 g)
Gatorade Orange (Regular)12 fl oz (354 ml)
Strawberries5 oz (141 g)
Olive Oil (Extra Virgin)1 tbsp (15 ml)
Sugar (White)1 tbsp (15 g)
Cottage Cheese (1%)4 oz (113 g)
Red Wine3.5 fl oz (100 ml)
Banana1 Medium (100 g)
Bread (White, w/Crust)1 oz (28 g) - 1 Slice
Nutella2 tbsp (32 g)
Baked Potato (with Skin)6 oz (170 g)
Wonton Soup8 fl oz (236 ml)
Guinness (Draft)1 pint (473 ml)
Coca-Cola12 fl oz (354 ml)
Pepperoni Pizza (Slice)2.5 oz (71 g)
Raisins1.5 oz (45 g)
Sugar (Brown)1 tbsp (15 g)
Doritos (Regular)1 oz (28 g) - 12 Chips
Bacon (Cooked)1 oz (29 g) - 3 Strips
Water17 fl oz (500 ml)
Skittles (Fun Size Bag).7 oz (20 g)
Sprite12 fl oz (354 ml)
Bread (Wheat, w/Crust)1 oz (28 g) - 1 Slice
Avocado (Sliced)5 oz (141 g)
Coffee (Black, Brewed)8 fl oz (236 ml)
Rice (White, Steamed)6 oz (170 g)
Skinless Roast Turkey Breast4 oz (113 g)
Chicken Breast (Skinless)3 oz (85 g)
FoodO/U?Serving Size
Prunes6 oz (170 g)
Asparagus2 oz (57 g) - 4 Spears
Jack Daniels1 fl oz (30 ml)
Sirloin Steak (Cooked)6 oz (170 g)
Cadbury Cream Egg1.2 oz (34 g)
Cheese Croissant2 oz (57 g)
Hostess Twinkie1.5 oz (45 g)
Salmon (Atlantic, Cooked)1/2 fillet (154 g)
Big Mac7.6 oz (215 g)
Lobster (Cooked)5.7 oz (163 g)
Snickers Bar1 bar (57 g)
Regular Beer12 fl oz (354 ml)
2% Milk8 fl oz (236 ml) - 1 Cup
Honey1 tbsp (15 g)
Ketchup1 tbsp (15 ml)
Pancake (Plain, Prepared)1 x 6 in Diameter (15 cm)
Hot Dog (Oscar Mayer Beef)1.5 oz (45 g) - No Bun
Grape Juice (Unsweetened)8 fl oz (236 ml)
Apple1 Medium (100 g)
Baked Beans (Heinz)3.5 oz (100 g)
Watermelon (Slice)10 oz (286 g)
Salt (Table)3.5 oz (100 g)
Pecan Pie (Slice)4.3 oz (122 g)
Egg (Raw)1 Large
Plain Bagel (Panera)3.75 oz (109 g)
Corn On The Cob5.5 oz (156 g) - 1 Ear
Instant Oatmeal (Plain, Cooked)8.3 oz (235 g)
Couscous (Cooked)6 oz (170 g)

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