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Diet and Weight Loss – Trim Calories Per Bite to Trim Pounds Revealed! Download Your FREE Copy Right Now.

A diet for losing weight can focus on the calorie density of the foods you eat. Because calorie density, not just calorie counting, matters when it comes to weight loss.

Do you ever ask yourself “How can I lose weight?” Or “What foods can help me lose weight?” Well, how to lose weight isn’t always about diet plans and diet foods. Losing weight can be as simple as regularly eating healthful low-calorie, low-density foods. And now you can have a handy chart, compiled by’s scientists and nutritionists, to tell you which foods are low-calorie/low-density…and which are high-calorie/high-density.

Dear health-conscious consumer,

Studies show that, day after day, people eat about the same weight (or volume) of food. So, if you choose foods with fewer calories per pound (or per bite), you’ll feel just as full on fewer calories. When researchers lower calorie density by 25 percent, people eat about 25 percent fewer calories without trying.

That’s exactly why you should learn which foods are very low in calories and density, so you can eat more of them. Discover how popular foods rate when it comes to calories and density in Diet and Weight Loss: Trim Calories Per Bite to Trim Pounds.

This special free health advice has been compiled especially for you by our expert staff of scientists and nutritionists, so losing weight by eating low-calorie, low-density foods is easy. Your free copy of Diet and Weight Loss: Trim Calories Per Bite to Trim Pounds includes:

  • How to calculate the calorie density of any food yourself.
  • What is one of the lowest calorie, lowest density foods around?
  • Did you know that a piece of roasted chicken breast with no skin is more than 5 times denser with calories than a typical serving of vegetable soup?
  • Do you think trail mix is a good choice for a low- or even medium-calorie-density food? See where trail mix falls on the calorie density chart.
  • Compare cottage cheese to reduced-fat Swiss cheese, and you’ll see that one of these is more than 4 times denser with calories than the other. Can you guess which cheese is so much lower in calorie density?
  • One tablespoon of olive oil, while high-density, may not cause as much harm as two or three cups of medium-density French fries.

Download this free health advice right now, so you can start losing weight by eating low-calorie, low-density foods. Take this handy chart to the grocery store with you, to ensure you buy the right foods.

To lose weight, you have to eat right. And eating right can also mean eating the right portions and the right calorie-dense foods. With Diet and Weight Loss: Trim Calories Per Bite to Trim Pounds, you’ll be immediately empowered to choose foods that will automatically become your own weight-loss management program.

Act now to get your free health advice about diet and weight loss.

We will send you a link to download your free health advice and notify you by email when we post the latest and best tips and advice for eating healthfully and living longer. There is absolutely no cost and no obligation, and you can cancel at any time without a hassle.

To your health,


Patrick Kidda
Senior Online Marketing Manager ©

P.S. If you’re still uncertain about downloading this valuable advice, please consider this: if you spend money on expensive, and sometimes unproven or risky, diet plans that are often just fads, you could be wasting your money or even endangering your health. Try the low-calorie, low-density food approach, and see if you lose weight fast…the easy and healthful way. Give it a try and download your FREE copy of Diet and Weight Loss: Trim Calories Per Bite to Trim Pounds right now!

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  1. Glen
    Posted March 31, 2014 at 11:25 am | Permalink

    This approach assumes your body is pretty stupid and can be misled by feeding it low calorie food of the same density as high or medium calorie food. I would not be surprised if the body, as soon as the calorie intake is less than maintenance, kicks in with some physiologic responses such as feeling hungry.

  2. Beverly
    Posted October 22, 2014 at 7:28 am | Permalink

    Doesn’t this contradict the findings in the Instinct Diet? That we are evolved to want higher calorie foods so to counter that adding more healthy calories to a low calorie food makes it more desirable and more satisfying, therefore more easy to stick to a reducing or maintainence diet.

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