This is the ultimate guide for a foodie's delight.
You may have been relishing them all or you may find pizzas a bit better, all of these opinions and differences between food lovers is what makes this debate worthwhile.
Burger vs Spaghetti or Burger vs Sandwich may not be a popular battle right now but will surely become one as you read more.
Battle On the Basis of Total Calories Present
calorie meter is always a major bone of contention among food-but-also fitness lovers. With health and fitness consciousness on the rise, a complete calorific know-how can help you decide your fitness regime cheat food.
A single patty cheeseburger packs in about 350 calories. Another major favorite, double-patty hamburger is loaded with 295 calories.
A mere 2 slices of regular crust cheese pizza has a fill-up of 480 calories.
Eating a full regular crust 14’’ size pizza will overwhelm you with 2,269 calories. So much for those binge eating and sleepovers!
100 grams of cooked spaghetti comes in for about 158 calories. Add meat sauce to a cup and you will have a 329 calories dish ready.
For those with a knack of eating it dry (certainly) gets you rewarded with 371 calories in a 100 grams.
A standard 6-inch veggie delight sandwich from subway will cost you about 230 calories not to mention, the fuel costs if you head out to order [ joke? ].
A simple vegetable sandwich is not a major load as well with just about 204 calories per serving.
Pizza for sure looks down and dusted on the calorie front with respect to others though only if you find it easy to resist. (Think immense willpower here!)
Comparison on Health Benefits of Burger, Pizza, Sandwich & Spaghetti
While these foods can’t be claimed as superfoods for health by a long mile, they do have a variety of health benefits that will justify your next cheat day immensely.
This along with pizza is the poster boy of junk food. What you may have missed is the variety of health benefits, burger provides-
Strange? Eating burgers is a perfect cheat meal for those trying to gain some muscles. Protein is present in good amounts in hamburgers, cheeseburgers and all the rest left.
Burgers also help satisfy the iron levels. Red meat is a major source of iron along with the other ingredients of burgers.
Do you feel weak and tired? How about a double-patty hamburger?
Burgers are good sources of energy without adding up any sugar. So, the next time you need an energy boost, trust a burger for it. Don’t state this post as an excuse and go overboard though!
One of the most popular dishes in the world, pizza has been prominent like nothing else. Although they are fast( Try Domino’s) and certainly food, there are also loads of benefits that go along with pizzas.
Cheese and tomato both are good sources of calcium and both are present in a sizzling pizza ( No tomato toppings? Think tomato sauce).
A single slice contains about 22 percent of your daily needs. Pizza to strengthen bones and muscles should be made the norm?
• Multiple Vegetables
Pizza is loaded with veggies and veggies are what the doctor orders every time.
A pizza with onions and tomatoes as well as mushrooms and broccoli is not just mouth-watering but health improving too.
Spaghetti is a perfect and tasty foundation for a healthy meal. Spaghetti with antioxidant-rich tomato sauce, cheeses, fiber-filled vegetables are some healthy meal to boast about. The benefits actually (yeah) are
• Low Cholesterol & Sodium
Low sodium and cholesterol-free is a true fact about spaghetti. Along with fiber content, is one hell of a healthy food.
Homemade sandwich can be all sorts of healthy minus the unhealthy stuff. Sandwich recipes are loaded on stuff with protein, omega-3 and vitamin C.
Low fat, calcium-rich and source of folic acid are other benefits of munching sandwiches.
Who Tastes The Best?
Taste buds are as unique as one's fingerprints. This is the reason why you love a recipe which is branded 'yuck' by some.
Same is the case of burger, pizza, spaghetti and sandwich as their tastes are alike as an elephant and mouse to different individuals. Many would personally like to pick their favorites, which is not much fair!
A comparison between these four pillars of a gastronomical adventure is a very oily task to do.
Many consider Burger vs Pizza, the only battle worth fighting for. Gladly (or sadly?) though spaghetti and sandwich give them both a run for their money on the health front.
The expectation of a clear winner is too much to hope for and trying them all over and over only seems the key to this world war.