And not just calories, this handy pocket sized volume also includes information on fat, saturated fat, carbs, protein and fibre. Using an average portion size as the base guide it includes both branded and non-branded products so you can look up something like butter find the details for standard butter and also spreads such as Flora and spreadable butters. There’s a useful section on vegetarian products and also guidance on takeaways.
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Pocket Calorie Counter: The Little Book that Measures & Counts your Portions Too, Carolyn Humphries
Creating a balanced diet for the family can often be tricky, and eating on-the-go is a minefield when you're trying to lose weight. Now it couldn't be easier to work out exactly what's in your food, with the Good Housekeeping Calorie Counter. This is a compact, comprehensive collection of up-to-date calorie information and nutritional data that you can use any time, and place, to help you make informed food choices. Clearly organized and easy to use, each food is listed according to average portion size, along with saturated fats, protein, carbohydrate, fat and dietary fibre for every one.
Publication date: 03/01/2013
Publisher: Collins & Brown an imprint of Anova Books
|Publication date:||3rd January 2013|
|Author:||Good Housekeeping Institute|
|Publisher:||Collins & Brown an imprint of Anova Books|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Lifestyle & Health,|
|Categories:||Diets & dieting,|
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