The following infographic will help you understand how many calories in 3 birria tacos.
You can use a simple calculator to see how many calories are in the products you are considering.
Here’s what I did for breakfast this morning:
Breakfast: 3 tacos, 1 cup of coffee, and a banana.
Total: 972 kcal (42 grams of carbs)
Lunch: 4 tacos, 1 cup of coffee, and a banana.
Total: 658 kcal (43 grams of carbs)
Dinner: 2 tacos, 1 cup of coffee, and a banana.
Total: 765 kcal (47 grams of carbs), with 37 grams of protein and 26 grams of fat. That’s about 450 calories for dinner for me!
Make sure to check out the section on “macros” where I show how much protein your macros will be if you follow those guidelines. It is also useful to set up an online food journal that allows you to track your meals in great detail – this is particularly useful if you eat out or don’t track your food accurately at home.
The first thing to do is to exactly divide your total daily calorie intake by the number of tacos you want. My recommendation: multiply the number of tacos you want by 3. That’s just a rough rule though, I suggest rounding up to the nearest whole number, i.e., if you wanted a taco for 4 and 3, you would divide 4 by 3 (or in this case, 3 times 4). Then take the remainder and add it all up again to get your total calorie intake.
This may seem like a really simple formula but it can be helpful if you have a small family with multiple children or even just one child who plays with food more easily than others.
3 Birria tacos have 320 calories and 20 grams of carbs. That’s the closest thing to a ketogenic diet that the average person can eat, without having to follow a strict low-carb diet.
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Today’s post talks about how much of your daily calories you need to prevent weight gain. The information could be found from a variety of sources (calories, fat grams, grams of protein, etc.), but the information that mattered for me was simply this: one serving of birria has 320 kcals with macros, with 21 grams of carbs, 24 grams of protein and 15 grams of fat (if you use the original recipe).
You can also run your own calculations yourself by right-clicking on any food item and selecting “Calculate Fat Calories” from the drop down menu or via the “Breakfast” submenu on your main menu bar or top navigation bar in Mac OS X (you may need to open System Preferences > Energy Saver > Metabolomics).