The Low-Fat Supermarket Shopper's Guide: Making Healthy Choices from Thousands of Brand-Name Items

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W. W. Norton & Company, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 128 pages
The Low-Fat Supermarket Shopper's Guide offers quick and effective ways to bring all the benefits of a low-fat lifestyle to the table with maximum efficiency. This pocket guide will save the health-conscious shopper hours of standing in supermarket aisles examining and comparing food labels. The authors of the best-selling The T-Factor Fat Gram Counter have updated all listings of brand-name foods from every supermarket department. Their recommendations offer a reliable, time-saving method for shopping for long life and good health. In this revised and updated edition, grams of carbohydrates, total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, calories, dietary fiber, and sodium have been added to all listings, and Web sites of over one hundred national food companies have been supplied. Perfect for anyone interested in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, The Low Fat Supermarket Shopper's Guide offers a wealth of reliable, up-to-date information.
 

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Contents

Product category Page
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Beef Pork Miscellaneous luncheon Type Cold Cuts Meat Spreads
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Beans and Peas Canned
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Sauces and Gravies Canned Jars and Mixes
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Ready to Eat Cooked
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About the author (2005)

Jamie Pope, a registered dietitian, teaches nutrition at the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

Martin Katahn, PhD, is professor of psychology emeritus at Vanderbilt University. He was the director of the Vanderbilt University Weight Management Program. He has maintained a weight loss of 75 pounds for more than forty years. His #1 best-selling books include The Rotation Diet, The T-Factor Diet, and The Low-Fat Supermarket Shopper's Guide (with Jamie Pope). He lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

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