Nutrition facts and Weight Watchers points for Gold Peak Raspberry Ice Tea from Qdoba.
Qdoba Gold Peak Raspberry Ice Tea Calories
There are 170 calories in Gold Peak Raspberry Ice Tea.
Gold Peak Raspberry Ice Tea Nutrition Facts
|Serving Size||16.9 fl oz|
|Calories From Fat|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
*All percent daily value figures are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Nutritional information source: Qdoba
Qdoba Gold Peak Raspberry Ice Tea Allergens
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Qdoba Gold Peak Raspberry Ice Tea Ingredients
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How many calories are in Gold Peak raspberry tea?
|Amount per serving Calories||Per serving 140||Per container|
|% Daily Value*||% Daily Value*|
|Nutritional Composition||% Daily value per serving||% Daily value per container|
|Total Fat 0g||0g 0%||Uninformed|
|Sodium 30mg||30mg 1%||Uninformed|
How many calories is a bowl from Qdoba?
Qdoba Bowl (1 serving) contains 52g total carbs, 42.5g net carbs, 60g fat, 52g protein, and 965 calories.
How many carbs are in Qdoba Queso?
|Calories 190||(795 kJ)|
|Total Carbohydrate||6 g||2%|
|Dietary Fiber||0 g||0%|
How much protein is in a Qdoba Bowl?
Qdoba Chicken Protein Bowl Nutrition Facts
|Serving Size||546 grams|
Is Gold Peak raspberry tea healthy?
Gold Peak Tea is just overall not a very healthy choice if you are looking to drink tea. I would recommend just buying tea bags off of amazon. They are a much healthier choice and can save you money in the future. But, honestly, if you really like Gold Peak Tea then there is no harm in drinking some.
Does Gold Peak raspberry tea have caffeine?
Very low sodium. Caffeine Content: 34mg/18.5 fl oz.
Is Qdoba Keto friendly?
QDOBA has a variety of entrées and ingredients to fit your dietary needs without sacrificing flavor. Whether it’s low-carb, Keto, vegetarian, or somewhere in-between, we’ve made it easy to meet your #bowlgoals.
Is queso OK on keto?
Since the keto diet has a strict limit on carbs (only about 30 grams per day), that means no tortillas or chips (corn or flour), starchy vegetables (corn and potatoes), rice, beans or anything that might have hidden flour or sugar in it, like queso and salsa that’s cooked.