The ideal companion to the hugely successful Gem Calorie Counter, this is a handy portable guide to carbohydrates in everyday foods now improved and optimised for e-readers and tablet devices, with fully searchable text and tables. Perfect for those following the Fast Diet (5:2 Diet), Dukan Diet, Atkins Diet or other weight-loss diets.
The Complete & Up-to-Date Carb Book is the next generation in carb management, providing a quick, comprehensive way for savvy dieters to take control of their food intake and smartly manage their health. By learning how to calculate their net carb intake, dieters will not fall prey to the popular fads in dieting today. Bellerson includes information on calories, fiber and sugar grams, and total carb numbers for brand-name and generic foods, fast foods, processed and prepared foods, as well as natural foods and snacks. In all, there are more than 20,000 entries ranging from A to Z. The introductory material explains the glycemic index and how to use it, and the importance of fiber and sugars in calculating carbohydrate values. The strategies outlined here are easily compatible with The Zone, South Beach, and other balanced diet plans.
With over 700,000 copies sold, Collins Gem Calorie Counter is the UK’s top-selling calorie counter. This new improved edition optimised for e-readers and tablet devices is perfect for those following the Fast Diet (5:2 Diet), Dukan Diet, Atkins Diet or other weight-loss diets and takes in new areas: Kids’ food, Fast Food and Family Favourites.
Reduce your weight, your cholesterol, and your blood pressure Get the facts about carbs and get serious about improving your health Curious about going low-carb? This plain-English guide explains the latest research behind reduced-carbohydrate diets, dispelling the myths and revealing how to navigate your way through the good and bad carbs to create a diet plan that works! You get delicious recipes and lots of tips to make your low-carb diet a success. Discover how to: Stock a low-carb kitchen Prepare 75 tasty low-carb recipes Eat right while dining out Create both meat and vegetarian dishes Incorporate exercise into your day Maintain a low-carb lifestyle The Dummies Way Explanations in plain English "Get in, get out" information Icons and other navigational aids Tear-out cheat sheet Top ten lists A dash of humor and fun
A comprehensive resource for readers with diabetes or pre-diabetes focuses on carb counting in a real-world context that provides explanations and advice on common foods and eating habits, in a guide that includes coverage of how to adjust carb counts for fiber and sugar substitutes, a discussion of the glycemic index, and self-efficacy tests. Original.
Count your carbs — and count on managing your diabetes Living with diabetes doesn't have to mean giving up all of your favorite foods. Carbs from healthy foods boost nutrition and supply essential fuel for your brain and body. Counting carbs is integral to managing diabetes because your carb choices, portion sizes, and meal timing directly impact blood glucose levels. Diabetes & Carb Counting For Dummies provides essential information on how to strike a balance between carb intake, exercise, and diabetes medications while making healthy food choices. — Covering the latest information on why carb counting is important for Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, and gestational diabetes, this book provides the tools you need to best manage your diet and your diabetes. Nearly one in 11 people in the United States have diabetes and one out of every 3 adults have prediabetes (blood glucose levels above normal ranges). Diabetes rates are skyrocketing worldwide. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed — or is teetering on the edge of diagnosis — you'll find all the safe, trusted guidance you need to better manage your health through improving your nutrition and managing your carb intake. Discover how what you eat affects diabetes Explore the importance of carbs in nutrition and health Get the facts when it comes to fiber, fats, sweeteners, and alcohol. Decipher food labels and discover how to count carbs in bulk, fresh, and restaurant foods Manage your diabetes and reduce other diet-related health risks Improve blood glucose levels Sample meal plans in controlled carb count ranges Food composition lists for counting carbs and identifying best bet proteins and fats If you're one of the millions of people with diabetes or prediabetes in search of an accessible resource to help you portion and count carbs to better manage this disease, this is the go-to guide you'll turn to again and again because when it comes to diabetes — carbohydrates count.
An innovative nutrition counter takes the guesswork out of counting net carbohydrates in a guide that encompasses listings of thousands of generic and brand-name foods and beverages, along with total carb, net carb, fiber, and calorie counts, and features helpful information on the science of carbohydrates and low-carb eating. Original.
1,001 Low-Carb Recipes
Author: Dana Carpender
Publisher: Fair Winds Press (MA)
Staying the low-carb course will be easy all year long with a seemingly endless choice of everything from barbecue and simple-to-prepare slow-cooker fare to internationally inspired dishes and snacks.
Provides nutritional information on thousands of generic, brand-name, and fast-food items, including up-to-date lists of calories, carbohydrates, cholesterol, sodium, protein, fat, and fiber content.
Complete Guide to Carb Counting
Author: Hope Warshaw, Karmeen Kulkarni
Publisher: American Diabetes Association
The completely revised Complete Guide to Carb Counting, 3rd edition, by the American Diabetes Association, provides you with the knowledge and the tools to put carbohydrate counting into practice. Rewritten and reorganized to introduce and explain carb counting concepts as you'll need them in your diabetes care plan, you'll learn why carb counting helps you manage your blood sugar, the amount of carb to eat, how to count the carbohydrates in meals, and how to count carbs using food labels, restaurant menus, and your eyes, too. This is THE meal planning system every carb-counting person with diabetes needs to manage their blood glucose.
Revised, expanded, and updated with all-new nutrition facts and information, Eat This, Not That! Supermarket Survival Guide is the ultimate authority on packaged foods, produce, and dairy and meat products when it’s time to go shopping for your family. With more than 50,000 food products in the average supermarket, it’s no wonder shoppers feel confused and overwhelmed. How do they know what to buy to eat healthier and avoid packing on pounds? And as food prices skyrocket, how do consumers know they’re getting the best deals? Eat This, Not That! Supermarket Survival Guide will steer buyers away from nutritional danger zones and protect them with the power of knowledge. On every page, readers will find easy-to-follow tips and nutrition facts that help them make the best choices for cutting calories, shedding pounds, and even saving money! Based on extensive research and market reporting, Eat This, Not That! Supermarket Survival Guide finally puts the shopper in control of his or her family’s diet and health.
The companion to the New York Times best-seller.
Eat Bacon, Don't Jog
Author: Grant Petersen
Publisher: Workman Publishing
This is your brain on Grant Petersen: Every comfortable assumption you have about a subject is turned upside down, and by the time you finish reading you feel challenged, energized, and smarter. In Just Ride—“the bible for bicycle riders” (Dave Eggers, New York Times Book Review)—Petersen debunked the bicycle racing– industrial complex and led readers back to the simple joys of getting on a bike. In Eat Bacon, Don’t Jog, Petersen upends the last 30 years of conventional health wisdom to offer a clear path to weight loss and fitness. In more than 100 short, compelling directives, Eat Bacon, Don’t Jog shows why we should drop the carbs, embrace fat, and hang up our running shoes, with the latest science to back up its claims. Diet and Exercise make up the bulk of the book, with food addressed in essays such as “Carbohydrate Primer”—and why it’s okay to eat less kale—and “You’ll Eat Less Often If You Eat More Fat.” The exercise chapters begin with “Don’t Jog” (it just makes you hungry and trains muscle to tolerate more jogging while raising stressors like cortisol) and lead to a series of interval-training exercises and a suite of kettlebell lifts that greatly enhance strength and endurance. The balance of the book explains the science of nutrition and includes more than a dozen simple and delicious carb-free recipes. Thirty years ago Grant Petersen was an oat-bran-, egg-white-, lean-meat-eating exercise fanatic who wasn’t in great shape despite all that. Today, at sixty, he is in the best shape of his life with the blood panel to prove it.
The Food Medic
Author: Hazel Wallace
Publisher: Yellow Kite
Junior Doctor, personal trainer and Instagram hit Dr Hazel Wallace's first book brings you over 70 nutritional recipes to look and feel amazing whilst debunking the diet myths. 'I'm a girl who juggles two jobs, who loves to lift, who adores real food - and can't resist chocolate. As a junior doctor and a personal trainer, I know that we all feel our best when we are free of illness, full of energy and at a healthy weight - and I know it can be done, even if you lead the busiest of lives! I want to debunk the myths that are out there surrounding dieting and instead offer solid, evidence-based advice. I want to bridge the gap between mainstream medicine and nutrition and help you take full control of your fitness and wellbeing, so you will never have to diet again. I want to show you that eating the most natural, unrefined and unprocessed wholefood ingredients can be enjoyable, uncomplicated and easy to incorporate into a busy lifestyle. I want this book to change your life.' Hazel x
Author: Anonimo, Harper Collins (UK)
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
This companion to the Gem Calorie Counter is a handy portable guide to carbohydates in everyday foods. Clearly laid-out tables give details of net carbohydrates per portion (slice, biscuit, apple) making it quick and simple to use. Reducing carbohydrates and following a high protein diet has become a popular and effective way of losing weight and keeping those extra pounds off. The key to following such a diet is to control your carbohydrate intake. In addition to the net carb contents of everyday foods this guide gives calories, protein, and fat. Information is given per portion rather than 100g, meaning that there is less working out involved. Boredom is often the downfall of the carb counter, so a section is included which gives suggestions for different meals for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks.