Nutritional Value Of Ice Cream
It is significant for adults and children to know the scientific fact about chocolate. Children are habitually denied this treat because of the myths that enclose it. It has been said that chocolate could cause tooth decay and acne and that it has no nutritional value. Most of the bad effects of eating chocolate have been overstated or even are false. For example, chocolate is not very high in caffeine.
A typical 1.4-ounce chocolate bar has the corresponding amount of caffeine found in one cup of decaffeinated coffee. (Coe, 1996) Chocolate has not been confirmed to cause cavities or tooth decay. Dentists agree that the cavity- causing possible of food is not necessarily related to sugar content, but rather to how frequently a food is eaten, the sequence of foods eaten and the amount of time the food left overs in the mouth. Chocolate often has been linked with hyperactivity particularly in children.
|vanilla, regular 11%||1 cup||270||32||5||59||133||8.9|
|vanilla, regular 11%||1/2 galon||2155||254||38||476||1064||71.3|
|vanilla, regular 11%||3 fl oz||100||12||2||22||50||3.4|
|vanilla, rich 16% fat||1 cup||350||32||4||88||148||14.7|
|vanilla, rich 16% fat||1/2 galon||2805||256||33||703||1188||118.3|
|vanilla, soft serve||1 cup||375||38||7||153||173||13.5|