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The Food Counter’s Pocket Companion, Fifth Edition: Calories, Carbohydrates, Protein, Fats, Fiber, Sugar, Sodium, Iron, Calcium, Potassium, and Vitamin D—with 30 Restaurant Chains (Paperback)
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Healthy eating is easier than ever with 12 essential nutrient values for over 4,500 foods right in your pocket!
The Food Counter’s Pocket Companion is your indispensable guide to meeting your nutrition goals. Whether you’re seeking vegetarian and plant-based foods, looking to boost your fiber intake, or limiting saturated fat, salt, or sugar, this book is here to help you make informed choices. Find your favorite fresh, frozen, and prepared foods—including 100s of grocery store brands and 30 popular chain restaurants—under common sense, quick reference categories from A to Z.
Plus, you’ll learn how to set your personal targets for calories, fluids, and key nutrients. At home or on the go, whether you need help navigating grocery store aisles or restaurant menus, this handbook takes the work (and tech) out of eating right for you. Make your food choices count with your pocket companion!
About the Author
Jane Stephenson is a learning and development senior specialist for a globally diversified medical device and health care company headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. She spent the first half of her career as a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) and certified diabetes educator (CDE) prior to entering the health care industry. She is the author of several nutrition and fitness educational books and tools targeted to helping people take action to live healthier, happier lives. She splits her time between Sedona, Arizona, and Naples, Florida.
Rebecca Lindberg, MPH, RDN, is a registered dietitian nutritionist, consultant, author, and speaker at Rebecca Lindberg, LLC, and Rumblings Media Consulting, LLC. For thirty years, she’s been helping individuals live well by designing initiatives to improve and sustain health. Rebecca is also the cofounder of Rumblings Media, an organization dedicated to empowering women over fifty to reignite and flourish. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
“Compact, well-organized, and highly detailed.”—Library Journal
“This book is an amazing resource for anyone interested in the composition of food. It’s an invaluable tool that I recommend to individuals looking to increase or decrease specific nutrients in their diet. As a registered dietitian, I’m impressed by the number of foods analyzed and the extensive nutrient list.”—Gretchen Brademan, MS, RDN, LD, director of the dietetic program at Miami University