calorie-conscious

calorie-conscious

adj
informal aware of the calorie content of one's diet
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The conclusion: If you are calorie-conscious, you should eat strawberry.
Reduced calorie bakery items and mini-size are important trends for cost- and calorie-conscious customers.
The fact that his creations are not overly sweet has also endeared him to the calorie-conscious beautiful people who queue every day outside his mini-boutique, the first of what Grolet hopes will be a handful across the world.
The calorie-conscious might want to stay away because one really needs to have one of these cones on a partially empty stomach.
In addition, there is an option for skimmed milk and semi-skimmed milk for calorie-conscious people, as well as one or two espresso shots, milk chocolate or dark chocolate.
"National Shopper Card data shows that gum already is in the same calorie-conscious consideration set as perceptually healthy offerings such as granola, fruits and nuts," Wrigley said in a statement.
Thus, beer labeling can be viewed as an attempt to persuade calorie-conscious consumers to shift back toward Bud and its ilk.
Abu Dhabi: Healthy food served finger-licking good is the ultimate gastronomic experience a calorie-conscious foodie can ever wish for this festive season.
Yumtingz also serves a number of healthy options to the calorie-conscious.
Brooks Tropicals, in Homestead, Fla., markets its Florida-grown avocados with the fat- and calorie-conscious consumer in mind.
Cater to the calorie-conscious crowd with the recipes and tips in this book.
Many fastfood salads are available in half-portion sizes for the calorie-conscious.