The Complete Book of Food Counts, 9th Edition: The Book That Counts It All
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Corinne T. Netzer
Netzer, Corinne T.
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The phenomenal bestseller! Newly revised and updated! Thousands of new listings!
THE INDISPENSABLE 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? Watching your cholesterol? Boosting protein or fiber? Whatever your nutritional needs, this completely revised and updated
ninth edition of
The Complete Book of Food Counts is the most authoritative, up-to-date reference you can buy. Featuring thousands more listings (and more choices) than ever before, this vital reference provides all the essential counts you need to know for generic and brand-name foods—as well as the latest gourmet and health foods and a variety of ethnic cuisines. Whether it’s fresh or frozen, fast-food or slow-cooked,
The Complete Book of Food Counts is an A to Z guide to the choices in your supermarket aisles, at your local farmer’s market, or served in your favorite restaurants!
• Calorie counts
• Carbohydrate grams
• Cholesterol milligrams
• Sodium milligrams
• Protein grams
• Fat grams
• Fiber grams
• A conversion table for weight and capacity measures
• Alphabetized listing for easy reference
• And much, much more
THE COMPLETE BOOK OF FOOD COUNTS
From the Back Cover
Whether you are counting your calories, carbs, or fat grams, watching your cholesterol intake or boosting fiber, The Complete Book of Food Counts is the ultimate one-volume reference, providing the latest, most accurate information on the largest possible variety of foods. You can depend on the accuracy and inclusiveness of this bestselling resource to provide all the essential counts for generic and brand-name foods, fresh, frozen, and fast-food items--even gourmet and health foods. The Complete Book of Food Counts is completely revised and updated for the sixth edition, containing thousands of new listings--including a variety of ethnic foods. You'll find:
- Calorie counts
- Carbohydrate grams
- Cholesterol milligrams
- Sodium milligrams
- Protein grams
- Fat grams
- Fiber grams
- A conversion table for weight and capacity measures
- Alphabetized listing for easy reference
- And much, much more
From A to Z, all the nutritional information you need is here--whether you are navigating the supermarket aisles or poring over recipes in your kitchen. It's the ultimate gift for yourself and your family--the gift of knowledge, of choice, of good health!
About the Author
Corinne T. Netzer is the author of dozens of books on diet and nutrition, including
The Complete Book of Food Counts, The Carbohydrate Counter, and
The Corinne T. Netzer Dieter’s Diary and
Dieter’s Activity Diary.
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The ninth edition of The Complete Book of Food Counts is the largest compilation of essential food data in this format. It contains data (calories, protein, carbohydrates, fat, cholesterol, sodium, and fiber) for basic generic foods, brand-name foods, and restaurant chains. Whether you are interested in dieting or nutrition—or both—you will find this book unique and invaluable as a reference.
Since this book is alphabetized, you should have no difficulty finding whatever you wish to look up. There are, however, times when you may have to look in more than one place. If you are searching for a particular food and cannot find it immediately, look for it under a category, such as cakes, puddings, cookies, soups. Wherever sensible, I have cross-referenced listings, but the pressure of space has made it impossible to do that for every item.
Compare only foods listed in similar measures. This rule particularly applies to the confusion between measures by capacity and measures by weight. Eight ounces is not necessarily equivalent to eight fluid ounces or one cup. Eight ounces is a measure of how much something weighs; one cup is a measure of how much space it occupies. For instance, a cup of ligh