Fitday Calculates the following for 16oz raw Boneless Chicken breast (yield, after cooking)
Don't know how accurate that is, Nightfall where are your numbers coming from?
More importantly, I was referring to the how many calories Fitday estimates I use each day. According to them, I should always be in a caloric deficit, but I can say for a fact I'm not losing weight and a high rate. Therefore, I must burn fewer calories than they estimate.
The back of almost any chicken breasts that you can find at a supermarket.
Chicken breasts, depending on how much sodium/water is pumped in to them, tend to be about 1-2g fat for 22-24g protein per 4oz - that'll range from about ~98 calories up to ~114 calories.
You can also find this kind of info on nutritiondata.com or livestrong.com - fitday is pretty well known for being inaccurate with their food calorie/macro content, although the chicken breast you listed isn't that far off.
If that 16oz breast you posted was broken down to 1/4th (4oz) it'd be ~140 calories, ~5g fat (kinda high, most chk breasts won't have that much), ~21g protein (kinda low for the amount of fat, typically when fat is higher so is protein - because it means they haven't pumped as much water/sodium in).