2,000 calories a day is the recommended daily diet put forward by the Food and Drug Administration of America.
It's a guide based on the idea that 2,000 calories provides the average person to maintain a healthy balance of energy without adding too much fat.
It's easy to read 2,000 calories in this text and we see calorie counts on food labels all the time but it's fairly hard to visualize just how much food constitutes 2,000 calories.
How many burgers? How many bananas and how many burritos does it actually take to hit that figure? Well the answer is here thanks to a new video from Food Beast which sets out to explain just how much food is needed to hit 2,000 calories.
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