RECIPE: To anyone interested in nutritional counts.)))

FilusApril 10, 2002

I found a paperback that is simple to use and easier than typing everything into a computer.

This book is called "THE COMPLETE BOOK OF FOOD COUNTS" By Corinne Netzer. 840 pages and it sells for $7.50. It should be in most book stores. (I found it at a grocery store).

It covers calories...carbohydrates...protein...sodium...cholesterol...fat... &...fiber for almost every product you would normally use. It also gives these same counts for Fast Food Resturants. It covers brand name items; like Campbells...Dreyers...Minute Maid and Post Cereals to name just a few.

It is alphabetized listing so you can find things fast.

I use it all the time in working on the Healthy Eatin' Recipe book, I'm compiling. I tried to use the computer to look things up, but it was a hassel.

I think you would be very happy with this book. It's so easy just to thumb through.

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Hallie

Have you tried fitday.com ? It is great to keep track of calories and nutrition.

    Bookmark   April 27, 2002 at 8:37PM
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