The Calorie Counter

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Simon and Schuster, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 654 pages
4 Reviews

DIET TRENDS MAY COME AND GO, BUT ONE THING IS CERTAIN -- CALORIES COUNT!

As battles rage about fat, protein, and carbohydrates, one fact remains unchallenged: too many calories lead to unwanted pounds. Nationally known nutritionists Annette Natow and Jo-Ann Heslin have updated their classic guide with all of the latest information to help you count calories, control weight, and improve your health. You'll discover :

Calorie counts and portion sizes for more than 20,000 foods in hundreds of categories -- including 90 restaurant chains; take-out, organic, and vegetarian foods; and energy bars and drinks
How to balance the calories you eat with the calories you burn
Why water burns calories
How to handle out-of-control portion sizes
How watching calories can add years to your life

The Calorie Counter is your trusted guide when you shop, eat out, or grab a quick snack.

Keep it handy!

  

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Calorie Counter

User Review  - 7califgirl7 - Overstock.com

Very informative book! I would highly recommend it to anyone serious about cutting calories. It has helped me to lose 17 pounds! I especially like the restaurant portion of the book. It helps me to make informed choices while dining out. I am finally on my way to reaching my weight goal! Read full review

Perfect for dieters

User Review  - Overstock.com

This book is easily used. Well organized and catagorized. Great to help you lose those unwanted pounds. Use it in conjunction with exercise and healthy nutrition and it works. Well worth the money. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Tracking Calories
15
Definitions
21
PART
521
Copyright

About the author (2003)

Annette B. Natow, Ph.D., R.D., and Jo-Ann Heslin, M.A., R.D., are the authors of thirty books on nutrition, including two college textbooks. Both are former faculty members of Adelphi University and the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center. They are editors of the Journal of Nutrition for the Elderly, and serve as editorial board members for the Environmental Nutrition Newsletter.

For more information, go to: www.thenutritionexperts.com.

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