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The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter 2011

Use this handy guide to make better food choices in a quick pinch.

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The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter 2011 is a new book that will be released on October 15, 2010. This book serves as a resource for those who want to check the calorie, fat and carbohydrate counts on the most common foods. Having a book that includes this information can help you make better food choices. The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter 2011 is written by Allan Borushek. Not only does the book include the nutrition information for several foods, it also includes a guide for beverages containing alcohol, and a bonus diabetes guide. This book goes along with the Calorie King dieting web site that is available.

This guide is updated each year. There are listings for over 17,000 different foods and the fast food section of the book contains info on over 200 fast food restaurants, so you’re sure to find what you’re looking for. This book will help you decide what foods you can have more of and which ones you should avoid while trying to reach your weight loss goals. By looking up the information on the foods you eat or are considering eating, you will gain insight into how easy it is to underestimate fat content, calories or even carbohydrate content in foods. The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter 2011 will help you stay on track with your diet so that you can reach your results.

  • Includes information on over 17,000 different foods
  • Covers over 200 fast food restaurants
  • Empowers dieters to know the nutritional content in their food
  • Companion to the Calorie King dieting web site
  • Includes bonus info on alcohol drinks
  • Diabetes diet guide included
  • Helps you learn to read labels
  • Aids dieters in making better food choices
  • Learn what foods you can have more of
  • Learn what foods you should avoid while trying to lose weight
  • No specific diet and exercise plan included

The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter 2011 doesn’t offer a specific diet program. This book serves more as a resource for those that are already dieting, and desire to know the nutritional information for various foods they come across while dieting. While you are on a diet or trying to lose weight, you may be in a situation where you must eat out or grab something quick at a fast food restaurant. By having this book to reference, you can avoid getting something higher in fat and calories than you want. This book will also show you what foods are truly healthy and which ones are not. You may find that the items you think are lower in fat and calories on a menu are actually the highest. This book will help you weed through all that and make the best possible choices.


There is no exercise with this book as it is a calorie, fat and carbohydrate guide for food content.


Every dieter needs the proper resources and tools to be successful at losing weight. The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter 2011 offers very important information for those that want to keep track of and know what they’re eating. Not all foods that we think are healthy are the best options. And some that sound bad might offer a better option when compared to others. Having this book handy will help you make the best possible decisions so that you can stay on track even when eating out. The many food listings also allow you to make the best possible choices when grocery shopping or preparing meals at home.

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