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The 3-A-Day Dairy Diet – Another Diet Fad Flop by Alisa Fleming
... Getting out our trusty calculator here, we can see that a reduction of caloric intake by 500 kcal per day would equal, believe it or not, 1 lb per week! His results somehow seem a bit less astounding. Check the Size of the Study: The group that completed Dr. Zemel’s primary study was only about 30 people, including just 5 men. The high dairy group consisted of only 11 people. Not exactly a real world sample group. So why all the hype? It could be from the $200 million that the Dairy ...

Using Calories For Weight Loss by Gary Matthews
... The bottom line is to balance your caloric intake with the amount of calories that you are burning, that's the secret to successful dieting and weight maintenance. Becoming more conscious of counting calories in your everyday eating regime is imperative if you are trying to lose weight. Studies have shown that men and women "underestimate" their daily calorie consumption by 500 to almost 1000 calories. You can get a truer picture by keeping a seven-day eating plan of what you typically eat ...

The Diet Demons by Deborah Caruana
... (Ask me anytime, I have my fat calipers at hand at all times.) The healthiest and most effective way to decrease body fat is through a slight negative energy balance where caloric expenditure slightly exceeds caloric intake. In order to determine what your caloric intake should be we need to find what your Basal Metabolic Rate is. BMR is the minimum amount of calories required for vital body functions during relaxed, reclined and waking states. There are a few different calculations for ...

The Fail-Safe Weight Loss Formula by Valerie Mills
... If your goal is to simply reverse the 30-pound weight gain, you need to reduce your daily caloric intake by 200 calories. Do ONE of the following: 1. Eat 200 calories LESS a day. 2. Burn 200 calories MORE a day. 3. Combine eating less and increasing your activity level for a total of 200 calories, for example, eat 100 less and burn 100 more. Gradually Lose Those Extra Pounds You could lose the 30 pounds by changing a few habits. First, eat half the usual muffin a day.

What's Wrong With Dr. Phil's Food Plan? by Dale Reynolds
... But people who have a significant amount to lose will need to adjust their calorie intake several times before reaching goal. One size does NOT fit all! Frankly I am quite surprised nobody told him this before he published! If you are serious about losing weight healthfully, either calculate this for yourself or join a program (like Weight Watchers) where they teach you how much to eat without restricting your food choices. With just a little information about yourself and your body, you ...

Ten Weight Loss Tips to Ensure Victory in the New Year's "Battle of the Bulge" by David Petersen
... An obvious battle plan would be to begin a sensible “diet” to restrict caloric intake, yet does not border on starvation levels. This is decent single strategy attack, but if you really want the enemy on their heels, you need a multiple-strategy attack. Consider using the combined forces of diet and exercise to shift your energy intake levels to less than your expended energy levels. Resistance training will not only greatly add to your energy expenditure, but will also increase your lean ...

A 30% Chance That Statistics Never Lie by David Leonhardt
... OK, I'll just push this here comes the results: "Based on your caloric intake of the previous hour, you are likely to starve to death in just 30 days." That terrified me. I am going to starve to death in just 30 days. What can I do to stave off starvation? Wait. There's more: "Immediate intervention can avert statistical starvation. Go directly to Krispy Kreme. Eat a dozen donuts every day, and you will reduce the risk of starvation by at least 69.3 percent.

Do the Weight Loss Experts Actually Agree? by Adam Waxler
... However, the bottom line of each and every one of the Atkins Diet, the South Beach Diet, the Zone Diet, the American Diabetes Association diet, and the American Heart Association's Heart Healthy Diet -- all of them - is to derive the greatest portion of your caloric intake for the day from low carbohydrate vegetables such as spinach, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, summer squash, and fruits with high calorie and antioxidant counts. It is when it comes to whole grains that the controversy seems ...

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