Do You Want to Learn How to Keep Track of Your Fat and Calorie Consumption?
Nutritional information on food labels, the “Nutrition Facts,” can help you decipher what’s in the food you eat…and help you choose healthy foods. With additional help from NutritionAction.com’s scientists and nutritionists, you’ll have even more helpful information about your own body fat…and how to choose low-calorie-density foods – information NOT on the food labels.
Dear health-conscious consumer,
Being simply overweight, not even obese, can have serious negative health consequences. And, you may now be unwittingly increasing your chances of suffering a debilitating and life-shortening illness from the foods you eat.
That’s exactly why you should learn what is best to eat for controlling fat and calories. Discover a way to measure your fat, and get a list of the calorie density of popular foods in Fat in Food: Measuring Your Fat and Counting Calories.
This special free health advice has been compiled especially for you by our expert staff of scientists and nutritionists, so measuring your fat and eating low-calorie-density foods is as easy as can be. Your free copy of Fat in Food: Measuring Your Fat and Counting Calories includes:
- How fat is fat? Find out what the official definitions of “overweight” and “obese” are.
- Discover how to measure your own body mass index (BMI), and use the handy chart to plot whether your weight is normal or you are overweight.
- To make BMI calculating even simpler, use this Web site from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to easily calculate your numbers online.
- At what waist size and greater are men (and it’s a separate number for women) at increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, and other health problems, no matter what your BMI? If you fall into this category, you need to make diet changes right away!
- The more calorie-dense the foods in your diet, the more calories you’re likely to eat…but how do you calculate calorie density, since it’s not on food labels? Follow this simple formula.
- Use the easy-to-read chart that ranks some popular foods from highest-calorie-density to lowest, so you can ensure you eat more low-calorie-density foods.
Download this free health advice right now, so you can begin eating right, because this advice will help you stay focused – day in and day out – on measuring your fat and controlling your calories.
Finally, you should learn all about how fat and calories are related, because Fat in Food: Measuring Your Fat and Counting Calories is just the beginning of a diet plan that will ensure you eat healthfully every day.
Act now to get your free health advice about fat in food.
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To your health,
The Team at Nutrition Action
P.S. If you’re still uncertain about downloading this valuable advice, please consider this: being overweight and eating too much fat and too many calories can endanger your overall health…even cut your life short. If you eat food that’s good for you, the right portion sizes and in moderation, you’ll be poised to control your fat and live a healthier and happier life. Download your free copy of Fat in Food: Measuring Your Fat and Counting Calories right now!