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calories in a foot long tuna subway sub Watch

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    with light mayo cheese and jalapenos, anyone know?



    ive looked on the net and can only find the cals for 6 inch (im assuming its just double right? but there are different amounts for the 6 inch one)



    im just wondering for tomorrow, its a 'free cal day' but i still want to really stick to no more than 2000 if poss
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    300-400 i'm assuming.

    EDIT: 1 Foot!? Atleast 500 then.

    1 foot is equal to about 30 cm btw.
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    You sure seem to go about this weight loss business in a funny way.
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    It is just double, they use the same amount of stuff on a foot long as they would on two six inches.
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    You size queen!

    Wheres Hxx to dismantle your opinion on preferring 'large ones'
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    (Original post by Advanced Subsidiary)
    300-400 i'm assuming.

    EDIT: 1 Foot!? Atleast 500 then.

    1 foot is equal to about 30 cm btw.
    i assumed it would be double the 6 inch one?
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    Standard tuna sub has 400 cals, add 100 for the cheese and mayo (from the website) and double it for footlong = 1000 cals. Hefty sandwich.
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    I'd just go with double whatever the 6 inch was.

    Made me hungry, thanks. :mad:
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    I've seen your picture and the answer for you is - Too many.
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    i assumed it would be double the 6 inch one?
    Well yeah I guess you could be right. It's roughly 800-1000 i think.
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    (Original post by Sizzle)
    I've seen your picture and the answer for you is - Too many.
    im having one, get over it

    im allowed a treat day
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    im having one, get over it

    im allowed a treat day
    You've had enough treat days already to last you a life time by the looks of it, i think its time to put the foot long down love.
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    (Original post by Sizzle)
    You've had enough treat days already to last you a life time by the looks of it, i think its time to put the foot long down love.
    nah i dont think so
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    Tuna Breath!
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    Tink I'd say a 6 incher will fill you up enough tbh..the footlongs make me feel bloated and enormous! The footlong can carry up to 1000 cals!

    Tbh if you really want one have one. As long as you carry on the healthy eating and exercising you'll still be on track. I treated myself to a hot Pret wrap and 2 mullerices..**** it, I wanted it!
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    (Original post by I<3LAMP)
    Tink I'd say a 6 incher will fill you up enough tbh..the footlongs make me feel bloated and enormous! The footlong can carry up to 1000 cals!

    Tbh if you really want one have one. As long as you carry on the healthy eating and exercising you'll still be on track. I treated myself to a hot Pret wrap and 2 mullerices..**** it, I wanted it!


    well im keeping cals sun-thurs to 900-1100 with NO junk

    then on friday i have a subway with a big bag of crisps then on saturday i have a sandwich (not subway) and a small bag of crisps at my dads
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    well im keeping cals sun-thurs to 900-1100 with NO junk

    then on friday i have a subway with a big bag of crisps then on saturday i have a sandwich (not subway) and a small bag of crisps at my dads
    Is 900-1100 too low or a good reduction compared to your BMR? You don't want it too low as it can slow metabolic rate.

    I try and keep healthy Mon-Fri, drink sometimes on a Saturday night & eat what I like and Sunday I do martial arts and have a healthyish day.

    If you deprive yourself you can't stick with it. As long as its working for you I don't see a problem. I hate crisps though. :p:
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    About 1000 too many for you.
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    (Original post by I<3LAMP)
    Is 900-1100 too low or a good reduction compared to your BMR? You don't want it too low as it can slow metabolic rate.

    I try and keep healthy Mon-Fri, drink sometimes on a Saturday night & eat what I like and Sunday I do martial arts and have a healthyish day.

    If you deprive yourself you can't stick with it. As long as its working for you I don't see a problem. I hate crisps though. :p:
    bmr is 1601 according to this

    http://www.bmi-calculator.net/bmr-calculator/

    then doing the harris benedict equasion

    http://www.bmi-calculator.net/bmr-ca...dict-equation/

    and * by 1.2 i get 1921
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    (Original post by Shawshank)
    About 1000 too many for you.
    ah well, im still having one
 
 
 
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