The Calorie Counter

The Calorie Counter

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by Karen J Nolan, Jo-Ann Heslin
     
 

Track calories, drop pounds, and keep the weight off by using the completely revised and updated The Calorie Counter, 6th Edition—the only calorie counter and weight-loss guide written by experts in nutrition and science.

Diet trends may come and go, but one thing is certain—calories count! The Calorie Counter, 6th Edition, is the only

Overview

Track calories, drop pounds, and keep the weight off by using the completely revised and updated The Calorie Counter, 6th Edition—the only calorie counter and weight-loss guide written by experts in nutrition and science.

Diet trends may come and go, but one thing is certain—calories count! The Calorie Counter, 6th Edition, is the only book you will ever need to lose weight and keep it off. This handy guide includes: up-to-date calorie counts for more than 20,000 foods, including thousands of brand-name and generic items, more than 900 take-out options, and menu choices from 110-plus national and regional restaurant chains; solutions for real-life dieting dilemmas; advice for avoiding dieting myths and land mines that can sabotage your success; easy mealtime tips that put you in charge of your eating habits; simple tricks for burning more calories daily without a formal exercise program; weight-loss tips specifically for men; and much, much more!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781451621631
Publisher:
Pocket Books
Publication date:
12/26/2012
Edition description:
Updated
Pages:
736
Sales rank:
465,895
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.30(d)

Meet the Author

In the second of the two volumes researchers and specialists address human factors in job and product design and the basics of decision making and training and their application in such areas as aerospace and other transportation, human-computer interactions, process control, and training technology. Medical technology is considered from such perspectives as depth perception and indirect viewing in keyhole surgery, an analogy between anesthesiology and aviation, and the patient-monitoring system in intense care. A section on applied cognitive psychology includes discussions of the name Miller with or without the umlaut, and predicting transaction time for dual tasks using critical path. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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