So you’ve gained a ton of weight?
Sure, no big deal. Right? But what is a big deal is how to lose it there have been
multiple methods coming around especially as of late on how to “hack” dieting This includes your keto, paleo, vegan and other “insert word here” diets the list could go on and on and on. And yeah, while they may work, how do you know which one works for you? Well I’m here to present to you the ultimate 100% weight loss guide that is sure to work for you no matter what happens. I promise. It’s simple really, it’s Calorie Counting so you may ask what exactly is a calorie? A calorie is a unit of measurement that gauges the amount of energy in the food and drinks that we consume In a nutshell, it is the very fuel that runs your body through your everyday Your body only operates on a certain amount of calories
per day depending on your actions of course but one sure thing is that it
works on a certain balance meaning if you take in too much, these extra calories turn to fat on the other hand, if you take in less than your normal values, you’ll then lose that fat our goal is to make that daily calorie deficit until we reach our target weight okay, for example the average guy needs around
2,500 calories per day that is the equilibrium point, your baseline per se so let’s say for breakfast, you had some bacon and eggs and drank a cup of coffee for lunch, you had a field day at a fastfood. Eating that large burger with large fries to go with your large drink as for dinner perhaps you’re craving for some chicken so you got a two piece chicken meal with
rice and a soda for snacks you had a bag of potato chips
and oh, don’t forget the soda so all in all in that day when you’re talking over 3500 calories a solid thousand more than your daily norm and that is why you’re fat on the contrary let’s say you had brunch eating tuna with rice and water for snacks you had some crackers with coffee for dinner you had roast chicken salad with iced tea for yet another snack you had some fruits now despite all of those we’re just looking at 2000 calories that is a clear 500 calorie deficit from the 2,500 your body’s used to now combine that with some exercise and you’re well on your way to lose that weight following a strict calorie counting program might be tough for beginners but as they say the hardest part is the beginning and I assure you once your body gets in sync
with the entire thing it gets easier per day and once you see some results
Euphoria takes over and the rest is a breeze so here’s some tips to make life
easier for you number 1 get to know your body everyone is different your
nominal daily calorie intake will depend on a bunch of different factors these include your height weight age active lifestyle, etc. the first thing you need to know is your basal metabolic rate or BMR for short the BMR is the amount of energy your body expends even when at rest this means this is the amount of calories your body burns even when you’re not doing anything this is easy enough to compute as shown in this formula or you could simply look for a calculator online but do take note that the advised daily deficit is 500 less calories than your base number 2. Measure your food. it’s imperative to get exact or at least close to exact values in order for this to work getting a kitchen scale could help out a ton if you’re planning to make your own food just weigh each food group and correlate its calorie equivalent to that weight You then add everything up to get the total amount of calories for that meal this way you could easily plan out meals and decide what and what not to eat there’s also a bunch of calorie counting mobile apps out there to help you get with the program oh, google is your friend by the way number 3. Drink lots of water. Most times you’re not really hungry but rather, just thirsty drinking the adequate amount of water helps in deluding your brain into thinking that you’re full drinking those 8 glasses daily has other health benefits by the way, so why not? Number four. Balance. the great thing about this kind of diet is that you’re in control aside from the daily calorie limit, you could basically eat anything you want granted that you balance it out with the rest of your day who’s to say that you can’t eat at your favorite fast food? again that’s okay, as long as you take the necessary food adjustments with your other meals for the day Number five. Nutrition Labels. always keep an eye out for nutrition labels in food products. as it gives a very clear indication in serving size, the amount of calories in that serving, its daily value percentage and nutrients its also useful to know the following values Number six. Commit. all this is all for naught if you can’t commit to it I mean… ****** *** ang taba taba mo na ayaw mo pa magpapayat **** *** panindigan mo yan. Ayos? So there you have it, that’s calorie counting in a nutshell I’m looking forward to the positive effects this brings to your weight loss goal and you know, the greatest thing about this is once you finally reach that goal you could freely adjust your daily intake back to normal so yay! More food!