Calorie Counts for Salads

All Foods > Salads

  • 1.    Caesar Salad

  • 2.    Chicken Salad

    Chicken salad will provide you with a good source of protein and dietary fiber, but make sure you use a healthy dressing!

  • 3.    Coleslaw

    Coleslaw will provide a high amount of dietary fiber and vitamin C due to the cabbage content but watch what type of dressing you put on it.

  • 4.    Egg Salad

    Egg salad is a good source of protein, phosphorus, riboflavin, selenium, and vitamin B12, but since it contains some mayonnais, eat a small serving size when adding this to your diet.

  • 5.    Garden Salad

    Garden salad is a great way to boost your vegetable intake and provide fiber into your diet, so just be sure to avoid high calorie dressings to maintain its health value.

  • 6.    Greek Salad

  • 7.    Pasta Salad

    Pasta salad is high in simple carbohydrates when it's made with a creamy dressing so best off to avoid on your regular diet plan.

  • 8.    Potato Salad

    Potato salad will be high in complex carbs, vitamin B6, vitamin C, potassium, as well as sodium, but due to the mayonnaise content, it should be consumed in moderation.

  • 9.    Salads

    Salads are a great way to boost your fiber and nutrient intake for the day so just be sure to be wise with your salad dressing choice to avoid extra calories.

  • 10.    Tabouli

    Tabouli is a salad that is more energy dense and will supply you with a healthy mix of complex carbohydrates, healthy dietary fats, and protein, while being rich in dietary fiber and vitamin C.

  • 11.    Taco Salad

    Taco salad can contain just as many calories if not more than an actual taco so aim to eat this only on occasion with your diet plan.

  • 12.    Tuna Salad

    Tuna salad will be a rich source of protein in the diet and when prepared with olive oil will also supply you with heart-healthy fats to boost your nutritional intake.