Re: [IPp] Question about eating out
I love the Calorie King guide. If it does not have "generic" food types, it
has enough restaurant info that we can always find a way to make an educated
guess. It also fits in my purse (a major plus). I looked up Chinese food
in there and it whole section on Chinese and Asian foods. It even has
typical "county fair food"....I have yet to be unable to find guidance. I
found it for sale on Amazon's website. The whole title is "The Doctor's
Pocket Calorie, Fat & Carb Counter. The also list a website at
www.CalorieKing.com. Hope that helps!
Kristen - mom of Katie (14), Joe (12) and Will (10, dxd 3/05, pumping Cosmo
On 7/26/06 4:16 PM, "Lori Venable" <email @ redacted> wrote:
> I am compiling a binder of nutrition information for various places where we
> like to eat-out. This will be a vast improvement of my previous system of
> jumbled-up papers stuffed in the glove box!
> It has been a breeze, so far, to collect information for individual places,
> like McDonalds, Sonic, and Taco Bell. However, something I'd love to
> include in my "Dining-Out Guide" is information for Chinese food. We all
> love it, and I know the general information for things like rice and
> noodles, but what I'm looking for is a list of common dishes served at
> Chinese restaurants and their carb, protein and fat content. I've not been
> very successful so far in just "eyeballing" it....I'm usually giving her way
> too little insulin and she goes high later. My goal with this guide is to
> have the information at my fingertips whenever we eat out, and give her more
> precise boluses.
> So, any information on how to find nutrition information for Chinese food,
> I'd most appreciate!!!
> Lori :o)
> Wife to Ben
> Mom to:
> Crissy, age 6, dx 1/2003 pumping Cozmo since last Thursday!
> Emily, age 4 going on 16
> Andrew, age 19 months
> Aaron, age "T-Minus four weeks or so" (making his appearance end of next
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