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Calorie King Fat & Carbohydrate Counter-2010 Diet Guide (Box of 10)
Calorie Fat & Carbohydrate Counter-2010 Diet Guide & Counter by Calorie King (Box of 10)
Whether you are watching your weight or just want to eat better, "The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat and Carbohydrate Counter" is a must have! Learn how to make better food choices with this invaluable resource.
The CalorieKing Calorie, Fat and Carbohydrate Counter is a National Top 100 Best Seller and the most recommended book of its type by health professionals. It's easy to see why!
The book is compiled by Allan Borushek, a dietitian and health educator with over 30 years of clinical experience. His motto is: "Fat Matters, Carbs Count, but, Calories Are King!"
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2010 Edition is the most up-to-date book of food counts available
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Has 11,000 food listings, including 200 fast food chains and restaurants
Contains international foods, carnival foods and fair foods
Uses color coding to make it quick and easy to find what you're looking for
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Is used as a resource for numerous government studies on obesity and by diabetes and other health educators
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(Formerly called "The Doctor's Pocket Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter")
Diabetes 365 Day 86 - 02.20.08: Bread
I love baking bread. I haven't done much of it in the past year, ever since my dietary life became all about counting carbs, understanding carbs, limiting carbs....carbs, carbs, carbs. I stuck to the packaged stuff. Whole wheat. I knew what i was getting, and that was good enough.
But I missed baking bread. I love how the dough feels in my hands. I love the smell.
So, armed with Calorieking.com, I decided to start baking again. I figured out that I can have 2 oz of this bread for breakfast, with up to 2 tbsp peanut butter and still be within the guidelines I have set for myself.
I like that I am finally getting a little brave and getting back into something I have always enjoyed.
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