The All-in-one Calorie Counter

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Bantam Books, Oct 1, 1993 - Health & Fitness - 387 pages
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Millions of successful dieters agree that calorie counting is the best way to reduce--and that is the book to count on. Now, in this completely revised and updated edition of the famous "All-In-One Calorie Counter, you'll fins all the information you need to make dieting more delicious. Arranged in easy-to-use alphabetical order, this remarkable guide gives you instant information on more than 10,000 foods--from simple meals at home to lavish dishes while dining out. Form your supermarket shelves to your favorite Italian restaurant or sushi bar, from beer to baby food, "All-In-One Calorie Counter will provide you with the latest, most accurate, and most comprehensive calorie counts available. The all-new sections on fast food chain, health food stores, salad bars, and restaurant dishes, plus the expanded listings of baked goods, dairy products, fresh meats, vegetables, fruits and more, make this the biggest and best calorie counter guide ever!

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Contents

Baby Food
1
Beer Malt Liquor Nonalcoholic Beer
12
Biscuits
14
Bread
15
Butter Margarine and Oils
24
Cakes
27
Candy
35
Cereals
39
Flour and Meal
103
Fruit Drinks and FruitFlavored Beverages
115
Gelatin
125
Ice Cream and Similar Frozen Products
139
Italian Foods
148
Liqueurs and Brandies
155
Mexican Foods
168
English and Sweet
177

Cheese
46
Chewing Gum
54
Chinese Foods
55
Chips Crisps Bars and Similar Snacks
57
Chocolate and Chips
61
Cocktails
62
Cocoa
63
Coconut
64
Coffee
65
Condiments
66
Cookies
68
Crackers
77
Cream
81
Dinners
83
Doughnuts
94
Eggs and Egg Dishes
95
Fish and Seafood
97
Oils
187
Pastry
196
Pizza
205
Pot Pies
211
Pretzels
221
Rice and Rice Dishes
227
Salad Dressings
239
Sauces
245
Seasonings
251
Soups
262
Spaghetti and Spaghetti Dishes
273
Syrups
279
Vegetables
285
Vegetable Juices
309
Yeast
317
Index
369
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About the author (1993)

Jean Carper was born on January 3, 1933 in New York. She attended and graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio where she is also the recipient of their alumni achievement award. She was a senior medical correspondent at CNN and received the cable industries ACE award for a series on brain cancer. She has authored hundreds of articles for several publications, including the Washington Post and USA Today. She has also appeared on many TV programs including the Today Show and Good Morning America. Her most recent passion is Alzheimer's disease prevention. Jean Carper has authored 24 books on health, healthy living and natural food based remedies. She received an excellence in journalism award for her book Stop Aging Now! from the American Aging Association. Some of her other books are: The Food Pharmacy, Miracle Cures, Food: Your Miracle Medicine, Your Miracle Brain and 100 Simple Things You Can Do to Prevent Alzheimer's.

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