Complete Idiot's Guide to Weight Loss Tracker

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Alpha Books, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 254 pages
The dieter¬'s companion¬—for counting, calculating, and watching the pounds melt away!

Whether counting calories, avoiding fats, or cutting down on carbohydrates, dieters will discover the tools they need to manage their eating habits and accomplish their weight loss goals. Designed to complement all of the popular dieting books in the market¬—and also helpful to those not following a specific dieting plan¬—this guide helps readers identify their body mass index; calculate their basal metabolism; graph weight loss; keep track of daily food intake, calorie expenditure, and other important data; and more.

¥ Features a 50-page table that identifies the calorie, protein, fat, carbohydrate, and dietary fiber content of more than 2000 everyday foods
¥ Supplements current diet books and plans, rather than competing with them
¥ A useful organizational tool for anyone trying to lose weight
¥ In addition to worksheets, also provides space for journal entries

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About the author (2005)

Shirley Mathews has spent the past 25 years writing on medicine, disease treatment, and nutrition for newspapers, winning numerous awards from The Associated Press, United Press International, the Society of Professional Journalists, and other organizations. Most recently she spent four years as the managing editor of a health news wire service.
Jyni Holland, M.S., R.D., has been a clinical dietician and nutrition spokesperson for the New York University Medical Center. She has lectured doctors on cutting-edge nutrition therapies and counseled a wide range of outpatients, including the clinically obese, the diabetic, and the pregnant. She has a Master¬'s degree in nutrition from New York University and is now in private practice in Manhattan.

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