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SweetC48 Posted - 03/22/2007 : 01:51:45 AM
I was just wondering if anyone has a suggestion for a calorie
count book. I am not much of a recipe person and tend to bake, broil and grill my foods. But sometimes I am in a bind for time and like to pick up a roasted chicken from the grocery store. Getting calorie counts for these foods can be very difficult and I am hoping that using a generalized calorie count book would be okay.
Any thoughts?

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cmakela Posted - 11/06/2007 : 9:07:56 PM
I really like I prefer Corinne T. Netzerís book The Complete Book of Food Counts. It's pretty bulky, but it you use it at home, it works just great.

www.thediydiet.com
wonderwoman25 Posted - 09/15/2007 : 7:53:58 PM
Calorie King makes a great calorie book that is pocket size. You can order it from their webiste, calorieking.com or find it at your local bookstore, it's around $8. It has brand names, generic calorie counts for basic foods, and restaurants listed. I really love it!!

maintenant Posted - 05/14/2007 : 10:47:49 PM
fitday.com has helped me out a lot, good luck!

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