Calorie Counting Done the Right Way = Weight Loss? Absolutely! by Erik Pijcke
... Only when you seriously can track and correlate your calorie intake and calories burned over time, depending on your age, weight, gender, height and individual activity intensity levels can you precisely measure your calorie balance. Seeing visually that your weight loss program works is a big motivator to stay on track. Also you can see immediately when you are off track and you can adjust your situation accordingly. Acquiring great health is a complex task.
What's Wrong With Dr. Phil's Food Plan? by Dale Reynolds
... Phil doesn’t provide different plans based on your starting weight and activity level, and he is against counting calories (or exchanges or Points.) But without knowing your approximate AMR and calculating the calories (or exchanges or Points) in a food plan, it’s impossible to know how much food to eat to start out. And without recalculating your AMR as you lose and adjusting your food plan accordingly, it’s difficult to keep losing weight at the proper rate.
Aren't You Tired Of Being Fat? by Dan Curtis
... You will also want to get a good book that has nutritional information that you can count on. Particularly when it comes to weight loss, knowledge is power. 2. Make a plan. Once you know something about nutrition, you have to make a plan. It doesn't have to be complicated, but you have to have some idea of where you are going. You just take the basics you learned from reading your food labels and from your other reading, and figure out how you are going to use them.
The Diet Demons by Deborah Caruana
... Plus if you want to make any changes in your body composition it will tell you exactly how many calories to eat and give you a break down of a balanced diet including optimal daily intake of protein, fats, and carbohydrate. As a daily resource you can go to (when you log in with basic information they never bother you with emails.) From there you can enter the foods you eat and with each food you enter the site will give you a break down of carbs, fats, and proteins plus nutrients and ...
The 3-A-Day Dairy Diet – Another Diet Fad Flop by Alisa Fleming
... High Dairy: Substitute dairy products into the diet, maintaining the same calorie intake, but increasing calcium to roughly 1300 to 1400 mg per day After one year, no statistically significant change was observed in body weight or fat mass between the groups. However, the high dairy group averaged a 1.5 kg weight gain and a .5kg fat mass gain. The control (low dairy) group faired the best with only a .8 kg weight gain, and they actually lost .5 kg of fat mass.
Seven Crucial Steps for Long Term Weight Loss by John Tiniakos
... The bottom line is, regardless of the confusion brought on by the media and industry, calories still count! Your body weight is largely a product of total daily caloric intake minus total daily energy expenditure (TDEE). So, to lose weight, your daily food consumption measured in calories must be less than TDEE. In other words a deficit in calories must be created to trigger a reduction in body weight. Although this is a simple concept, it’s not easily accomplished.
Weight Loss One Step at a Time by Kory Doszpoly
... I wasn’t willing make calorie counting my new hobby. I knew that would drive me crazy. In other words, I was faced with developing a diet plan that:Required me to make the least amount of the change in my life but was still effective,Whatever changes I was going to make, they had to occur little by little to help me form a habit of losing weight and keeping it off. One thing all schools of thought seemed to agree on (once you’ve managed to read between the lines) was that if you are taking ...
Forget All About That Calorie Counting Crap And Learn How To Lose Some Weight! by Gordon Black
... Well you can “chuck“ the calorie counter and forget the calculator and get back to just applying some common sense. Now let’s be honest here, do you really think you are going to benefit from eating French fries, potato chips, nachos, cakes, cookies, doughnuts, cheese burgers, etc.? (and what does "etc." mean, well just about any of the processed foods that are fried in their production). In fact if we avoided pretty much ALL the processed foods, you wouldn’t be far off a very good start to ...