The Diet Denominator: A Practical Guide to Choosing Low Energy Density Foods

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Scriptorium Medica Medical, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 103 pages
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The key to weight loss is good nutrition and the key to good nutrition is education. Many newer diet plans educate the reader about dieting and good nutrition, but come across as overly scientific and lack a true system for following the plan. The Diet Denominator includes a unique, easy-to-use food evaluation tool that will help you select foods that are energy lean. You will fill up on fewer calories, select smarter foods that you still enjoy, and fell less hungry. The tool is based on volumetrics, a well-tested and proven theory. Volumetric diet plans require knowledgeable food choices that are energy lean, many of which make you feel full and thus help you to eat less. The tool is easy for anyone to apply at home, at the grocery store, and even at fast-food restaurants.
 

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Contents

Table of Contents
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Caloric content energy density and volumetric diet plans
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What is The Diet Denominator?
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Satiety Feeling of Fullness
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What is your magic number?
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How do everyday foods measure up to The Diet Denominator?
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Keeping the Weight Off
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About the author (2009)

Frank G. Bottone,Jr. received his Ph.D. in nutrition biochemistry from the interdepartmental program in nutrition at North Carolina State University (NCSU) in Raleigh, North Carolina, where his research focused on the cancer chemo-preventive effects of dietary compounds in red wine, soy, and garlic, and various pharmaceutical compounds. While at NCSU he published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and has received numerous awards

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