This is what 2000 calories ACTUALLY looks like

It’s always on food labels, and god knows how many times we’ve read it on the back of a cereal box, but does anyone actually know how much food 2000 calories is?

The NHS guidelines say that’s all an adult woman needs per day to function normally, but who actually eats like that?! Here are the different foods that add up to that magic number.

1. Breakfast: Cereal

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2. Toast

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3. Lunch: Sandwich

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4. Zero calorie drink (water)

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5. Dinner: a portion of protein (chicken fillets)

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6. Vegetables

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7. A portion of carbohydrate (boiled potatoes)

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7. Fruit

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8. A yoghurt

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9. Actually…that’s a whole lot of healthy food!