Free Calorie Counter to Lose Weight
1. Use the “Calorie Counter to lose weight” calculator to find out how many calories a day you should be eating. These numbers are just estimates based on averages. Everyone is different. You will need to keep up with your weight in the journal to fine tune how many calories are right for you.
2. The first part of the book tells you how to look long range and plan your weight loss. It talks about planning diet vacations and how to plan for problems that might arise.
3. The book contains a Calorie Chart that shows how many calories there are in various foods of a specific portion size. Look at the chart before deciding what to eat. Try to get in a routine.
4. Keep up with how many calories you eat by either using a calorie journal or by printing off the play money that can be used to keep up with how many calories you have eaten. (Some have told me that this also works real well for children and whole classes of children)
5. Record your weight on the journal pages of this book. (Because you can print as many pages as you want, I only give you a few of these pages in the PDF version of this calorie counting book. The Book at Amazon has a page for every week of the year.)
6. Record your weekly weight and compare to goal. (Repeat the cycle.)
Calorie Counter to Lose weight Calculator
This calculator is a starting point for deciding how many calories are needed to lose weight.
To lose a pound a week, see the third results in the table above. To lose two pounds a week see the forth results. The fifth and sixth results go hand in hand. Six days a week eat the amount in the fifth results in the chart above. One day a week, reset your metabolism by eating what is in the very last results. (One day only) Remember to tell friends about the free book on this page and to bookmark this page, because as you lose weight you will need to eat less to continue to lose weight. Also remember to weigh yourself on a regular basis and to record this weight. When you begin to cheat, you will see the weight not being lost.
A word of caution:
1. Where does this chart come from? It comes from average results from data such as that in the table below. It is not an exact science so make sure you keep a journal.
2. Do not count your exercise calories twice. In this calculator you estimate your calories.
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