A super-convenient (not super-sized!), pocket-sized book, packed with nutritional information and written by a registered dietitian to assist you on your road to making healthier choices.
The new edition of the Calorie King’s Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter provides ample information about nutrition such as weight loss tips, portion control, amount of fat to eat and ways to reduce it in your diet, sugar-free foods, healthy eating for kids and all ages, sample meal plans, exercise and calories expended by it, food journaling, eating behaviors, fiber, sodium, protein,diabetes guidelines and more. You never need to leave home without this pocketful of health.
The layout of the Calorie King Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter is colorful and very easy to follow. The information is listed in alphabetical order, for example, Alcohol, Breakfast Bars, Beverages, Breads, etc. nutrition information from A – Z with columns for “C” calories, “F” fat, and “Cb” carbohydrates and an index in the back of the book. For those people concerned with sodium amounts in these foods there is separate list that provides which foods are high in sodium to be avoided and those foods that are low that should be incorporated into a healthy diet. There is also a discussion of fiber and cholesterol to educate you on the importance of increasing both soluble and insoluble fiber and reducing cholesterol amounts and saturated fats.
This is an invaluable “one-size-fits-all” tool and should be part of everyone’s library. Here is finally a concise, up-to-date, small in size but stocked with information book for people of all ages and ethnicities. No reason to wonder any more about your food choices. Take the advice from a registered dietitian and learn about the foods available and what choices would be the best ones to make for your health. Here’s to eating and your good health!
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