How Many Ounces is 100 Grams? – Conversion Calculator

How Many Ounces is 100 Grams?

I get asked that a lot when HCGers are starting P2 protocol. I had the same question too.

Here is a good post to reference to figure it all out

BTW – 3.5 OZ equals 100 grams ;)


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Weight Measures

Standard

Common Usage Reciprocal Value
1 lb. = 16 oz. 1 oz. = 0.0625 lb.
1 ton = 2000 lb. 1 lb. = 0.0005 ton

Metric

Common Usage Reciprocal Value
1 oz. = 28.35 gr. 1 gr. = 0.03527 oz.
1 kg = 1000 gm. 1 gm. = 0.001 kg.
1 lb. = 0.4536 kg. 1 kg. = 2.2046 lb.

Dry Measures

Standard

Common Usage Reciprocal Value
1 qt. = 2 pints 1 pint = 0.5 qt.
1 peck = 8 qt. 1 qt. = 0.125 peck

Metric

Common Usage Reciprocal Value
1 qt. dry = 1.101 l. 1 l. = 0.908 qt. dry
1 peck = 8.810 l. 1 l. = 0.1135 peck

Liquid Measures

Standard

Common Usage Reciprocal Value
1 pint = 2 cup 1 cup = 0.5 pints
1 qt. = 2 pints 1 pints = 0.5 qt.
1 gl. = 4 qt. 1 qt. = 0.250 gl.
1 gl. = 8 pints 1 pint = 0.125 gl.

Metric

Common Usage Reciprocal Value
1 US gl. = 0.833 Imp. gl. 1 Imp. gl. = 1.201 US gl.
1 Imp. gl. = 4.546 l. 1 l. = 0.2200 Imp. gl.
1 l. = 0.264 US gl. 1 US gl. = 3.7879 l.
1 l. = 1.0567 qt. liquid 1 qt. liquid = 0.9463 l.

7 Responses to How Many Ounces is 100 Grams? – Conversion Calculator

  • Just started my first day after gorge. I looking foward to weight loss and in hopes forvere to keep it off. Weight problem all my life noe 60 wow where did the years go.

  • chrissy says:

    can i use powered milk in the morns with my coffee

    • colleen says:

      Hi Chrissy,
      That is a tough one since I don’t use either. I would say read the label and if there are additives that can hinder your fat loss research for an alternative if it is something you feel you cant live without. An example of a bad additive would be maltodextrin.This additive is known to promote fat storing in the body. It is one of those sneaky food additives companies use so the food or drink will be more satisfying and the product can get away with labeling the food as low calorie, low fat etc. while all the time it is doing more harm than good with what you are trying to achieve.

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  • christina says:

    I am just starting and my biggest issue is trying to figure out the grams and oz.

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