Originally Answered: Can you calculate the total calories of everything I eat in one day?
Try the nutrition tracker at sparkpeople.com - it's the most user-friendly one I've found. Also, if you put in your height and weight and goal-weight and goal-date, and how much exercise you do (if any) it will tell you exactly how many calories you need each day and the breakdown of fats/carbs/proteins you need too. It's brilliant and has helped me lose so much weight! :)
I've gotta say though, that doesn't sound like enough food. You need at least 1200 calories a day to fuel your breathing, heart and organ function, even if you sleep all day! Food isn't the enemy - it's vital. You just have to find the right balance for your body. SP helped me do that!
EDIT: Okay, I just used SP to calculate the cals for two medium bananas, one chicken drumstick, 1 medium apple, 1 cup grapes, 1 cup rice and 1 fillet of salmon. It's only around 950 calories. That's not only not enough food, but the breakdown shows you're severely lacking in sodium, fats, carbs, fibre and vitamins and minerals too. Fats are essential for your brain, skin and organs, carbs are essential for energy and your brain too, and although sodium is bad if you have too much, it's vital that you get enough! Honestly, try SP and you'll find it so easy to develop a healtht diet to suit you. http://www.sparkpeople.com