The Dieter's Calorie Counter

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Dell Pub., 1998 - Health & Fitness - 423 pages
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Eating right just got easier--with Corinne T. Netzer, America's #1 authority on the nutritional content of food.

Whether you want to know the calorie counts for the exotic or the everyday, discover the joy of savoring your favorite treats while sticking to your eating plan. With The Dieter's Calorie Counter, it's a cinch to make smart decisions about the foods you eat--no matter which diet you're on!

Here are the comprehensive calorie counts you need in a reference that's fully revised and expanded, jam-packed with fresh, frozen, canned, brand-name, and generic foods, as well as fast-food restaurants and specialties. Now you can browse through the supermarket aisles. . . try out a new restaurant. . . plan a family get-together. . . indulge yourself with a treat. There are no "forbidden" foods, merely choices. And the choice is yours in the book that gives you the knowledge and power to choose what's best for you.

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User Review  - flamingpony95 - Walmart

The book did not give the fat content of any food. Did not give fiber content of any food.The fat & fiber contents was what I was looking for.The calorie count and measured amount of food that is in ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1998)

Corinne T. Netzer is the author of dozens of books on diet and nutrition, including THE COMPLETE BOOK OF FOOD COUNTS, THE CARBOHYDRATE COUNTER, and THE CORINNE T. NETZER DIETER'S DIARY and DIETER'S ACTIVITY DIARY. There are over 30 million of her books in print.

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