The Calorie Counter for Dummies
Use this calorie guide to make healthier choices at restaurants.
The Calorie Counter for Dummies is part of the For Dummies health and fitness series.
The book provides information on the nutritional and caloric value of foods commonly eaten from restaurants, at home and from the grocery store.
Designed to be a resource for anyone looking to lose weight, be healthier or control weight-related diseases like heart disease and diabetes, The Calorie Counter for Dummies is a guide that educates on the fundamentals of eating healthy. Plus, its pocket size can fit discreetly in a purse, briefcase, laptop or glove box.
The book also includes tips on losing weight and sticking to a weight loss plan, as well as some simple tricks for reducing fat in your diet.
The Calorie Counter for Dummies has been highly praised as a great resource for those who eat out regularly as well as those who just want to be healthier and improve their knowledge of food choices.
- Offers nutrition information for common fast-food and chain restaurants
- Offers nutrition info for foods that are commonly eaten
- Encourages eating fruits and vegetables
- Suggests exercise and plenty of sleep along with changing eating habits
- Includes healthy tips for reducing chances of heart disease and diabetes
- Small enough to carry with you
- Addresses portion control
- No specific diet or exercise plan, only recommendations
This book serves as a resource for eating out and makes you aware of the nutritional content of foods that you frequently find on menus and grocery shelves. Since most of us don't know how many calories are in our favorite coffee drink or fast-food sandwich, being aware of how our food choices can be contributing to our weight can make all the difference in successful weight loss.
The Calorie Counter for Dummies provides information on calories, fat, saturated fat, carbohydrates, fiber, protein and sodium for hundreds of items from your favorite fast-food drive-thru to your favorite coffee drink. Also included are the calorie counts for common fruits, vegetables and meats.
General healthy eating tips are also provided such as increasing the amount of fruits and veggies consumed each day and opting for grilling as a method for cooking over frying.EXERCISE
Exercise is briefly mentioned in The Calorie Counter for Dummies. Simply stated, the book maintains that including regular physical activity is a great way to stimulate weight loss.CONCLUSION
The Calorie Counter for Dummies is a book that allows you to learn the nutritional content of many of the foods that are eaten on a regular basis. If you find yourself eating out a lot and wondering if you’re making healthy choices, this book could be great for you.
Nutrition facts for more than 140 restaurants are included in this book, as well as the nutritional information for their most popular menu items. Nutritional information for other store-bought, packaged and fresh foods is available also.
Overall this book serves as a guide for nutritional content of foods so that you can make better choices whether you're cooking at home or dining out.Common Misspellings
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