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Everyday Health My Calorie Counter

Use this guide of over 9,000 foods to track your calories.

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Everyday Health My Calorie Counter is a complete nutrition guide that holds the nutrition for over 9,000 popular foods, fast-food chains and restaurant menus. This is a great guide created by registered dietician Maureen Namkoong for those that want to keep track of their calories and document the foods that they are eating. You can use this book to keep a food journal, track your calories and lose weight. Each food listed shows the fiber, fat, calories, protein and sodium information. This book is from Everyday Health which is the number one health destination on the internet. Everyday Health My Calorie Counter is a pocket sized book that you can carry with you wherever you may go to eat. There are three different categories of food including regular foods, store brands and restaurant foods. Fast food is included in the restaurant section.

PRO
  • Offers nutrition information for thousands of foods
  • Great for those who are trying to lose weight
  • Includes foods from restaurants and fast food spots
  • Encourages tracking your calories and keeping a food journal
  • Pocket sized for convenience
CON
  • New food developments would require buying updated versions of the book
DIET and NUTRITION

Although there is no specific diet involved with Everyday Health My Calorie Counter, the book does contain the nutritional information for over 9,000 foods. This book holds the information to give you the power to make better food choices whether you are at the grocery store shopping for healthier options or trying to make a decision when ordering at a restaurant. The book is small and portable so that you can take it with you no matter where you’re headed. With such a vast number of foods within the book, you are sure to be able to find the calorie information for the foods you are considering.

EXERCISE

There is no exercise guidance given with Everyday Health My Calorie Counter.

CONCLUSION

Those looking for a calorie guide that can be portable and very effective might be interested in Everyday Health My Calorie Counter. This calorie counter has everything you need to make informed decisions about what foods to eat without being limited in options. Whether you’re watching your calories, fat or sodium intake, this book provides you with information to stay on track.

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Lisa

How do I change my calorie counter to 1730 to lose the pound a week. It keeps defaulting to 2000.

posted Dec 6th, 2011 3:41 pm



   
 

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