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From: Jeff Novick, MS, RD, LD, LN (
Subject:         Re: Jeff
Date: December 6, 2009 at 6:54 am PST

In Reply to: Jeff posted by Plant-based Tim on December 5, 2009 at 6:12 pm:

Hi Tim,

I can give you some general numbers but because there are so many different cuts and types of meat. chicken and fish, the range can be from as low as 500 calories per pound (plain white meat turkey/chicken) to 1600 calories (prime rib) or more, to 3800 calories/lb for lard and butter.

So, the simplest easiest best way, and the most accurate is to download the CRON-O-Meter and use it. Just find the food you are looking for and enter it at 454 grams, which is the equivalent of 1 lb. Then you will see the calorie value for the 454 grams and that would also be the exact calorie density of the food.

In Health

PS there are 3 more DVDs to my "set" that will be released soon and 1 new DVD on Cooking that will also be released sometime soon.

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