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The Complete Book of Food Counts- 5th Edition
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The ultimate one-volume reference from Corinne T. Netzer, America's #1 authority on the nutritional content of food.
Are you counting your calories, carbs, or fat grams? Boosting fiber or watching your sodium or cholesterol intake? Whatever your nutritional needs, this authoritative one-volume reference from Corinne T. Netzer, America's most trusted authority on the nutritional content of food, provides the latest, most accurate information on the largest possible variety of foods. The Complete Book of Food Counts, completely revised and updated for the fifth edition, contains more listings than ever before and features all the essential counts for generic and brand-name foods, fresh, frozen, and fast-food items--even gourmet and health foods.
A conversion table for weight and capacity measures
Alphabetized listing for easy reference
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Quick and easy to use! From abalone to zucchini, all the information you need is here at your fingertips--whenever you need it! It's the book that belongs in every home and wherever you go--the ultimate gift for yourself and your family--the gift of knowledge, of choice, of good health!
If you really want to analyze and/or change your diet, you need to know more than a count of the calories you're taking in; you also need to know the fat, cholesterol, fiber, and sodium. You get all this and more from The Complete Book of Food Counts, a 770-page paperback that lists every food you can think of, including brand-name items. Each food is analyzed by calories; grams of protein, carbohydrate, fat, and fiber; and milligrams of cholesterol and sodium. Let's say you're trying to stick to a healthy diet that is high in fiber and low in fat and sodium. Look up a food item and you'll see an array of brands compared, making it easy to find the healthiest choices. All major brands of packaged, canned, and frozen food items are listed. You can even look up a chain restaurant and check out menu options before you order; for example, a Carl's Jr. Santa Fe Chicken Sandwich feeds you 530 calories and a whopping 30 grams of fat (the same as a McDonald's Quarter Pounder with cheese!) and 1,230 milligrams of sodium. Know what you're eating--look it up before you buy! --Joan Price
Body Water History Chart
A graph showing the change in my body water as measured by my bathroom scale. I'm using the visualization trick from The Hacker's Diet: the thick line is a moving average (exponential factor of 0.9) which tends to lag the real value. This means that as long individual measurements fall on the desirable side of that line, they are dragging the average in the right direction. Very motivating in the face of the daily ups and downs of the measurements. The dashed line is the model's prediction based on food and exercise logs, subjected to the same moving average.Water Retention
Graph of the difference between the theoretical and the actual values for total body water percentage. In other words, anything positive on this chart is water retention, and anything negative is dehydration. Note the biweekly cycle, corresponding exactly to my business travel schedule over this period... Correlation does not imply causation, I know, but there's definitely something there!
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