The Calorie Counter

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Pocket Books, 2000 - Food - 597 pages
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IT'S A NEW MILLENNIUM -- AND CALORIES STILL COUNT! Many people think they can eat all they want as long as they don't eat too much fat. That's not true -- calories count too. 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 health. You'll discover how to: * Find calorie counts and portion values for more than 20,000 foods in hundreds of categoriesincluding 90 restaurant chains and thousands of organic and vegetarian foods, plus takeout and international foods, diet and energy bars, and sports drinks * Balance the number of calories you eat with the number of calories you burn * Burn more calories with simple everyday tasks * Determine how many calories you need for your body and lifestyle * Avoid the health risks of taking in too many calories THE CALORIE COUNTER REVISED AND UPDATED 2nd EDITION

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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

Section 1
191
Section 2
223
Section 3
267
Section 4
353
Section 5
398
Section 6
405
Section 7
435
Section 8
501
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About the author (2000)

Annette Natow and Jo-Ann Heslin have been writing together for over ten years. They are professionally trained, registered dietitians who serve as university faculty, editors, and nutrition consultants. They live in Valley Stream, New York.

Annette Natow and Jo-Ann Heslin have been writing together for over ten years. They are professionally trained, registered dietitians who serve as university faculty, editors, and nutrition consultants. They live in Valley Stream, New York.

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