The Calorie Counter, 5th Edition

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Simon and Schuster, Dec 29, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 704 pages
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Now fully revised and updated, The Calorie Counter, is now available in its fifth edition.

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

Recent research confirms that if you want to lose weight, which foods you eat is less important than how many calories you consume -- if you track calories, you'll drop pounds.

Revised and updated, The Calorie Counter, 5th Edition, is the most complete and easy-to-use calorie counter in the marketplace:

- Calorie counts for over 20,000 foods, including more than 800 take-out items and dishes from over 100 national and regional restaurant chains

- Easy tips for understanding calories and portion sizes that put you in charge of your eating habits

- Simple tricks for burning more calories in your daily life

- Advice for keeping liquid calories and dieting myths from sabotaging your success

- An all-new look at why men are more successful at losing weight

The Calorie Counter, 5th Edition, is a weight-loss guide that will never let you down!
 

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Contents

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Understanding Portions
7
Real Men Can Count Calories
14
Calories You Use
23
Minimize Mindless Eating
30
Using Your Calorie Counter
38
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About the author (2009)

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.

Karen J. Nolan, PhD, holds advanced degrees in science and human anatomy. She is the coauthor of ten books on nutrition. For more information, visit: TheNutritionExperts.com.

Jo-Ann Heslin, MA, RD, is a professionally trained, registered dietitian and also a regular columnist for HealthNewsDigest.com. She is the coauthor of more than thirty books on nutrition. For more information, visit: TheNutritionExperts.com.

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