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  • How to Save Calories

    How to Save Calories In order to save calories we need to do two things. We need to consume fewer high-fat foods and fewer high sugar foods. Note: Meal replacement plans and supplements don’t help us to save calories because they don’t help us to consume fewer calories long-term. Save Calories by Cutting Out 1

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  • Low Calorie Diet Meals

    NOTES: 1. The diet includes full cooking instructions and TONS of different recipes. 2. The diet includes a full range of food substitutions and fast-food options. 3. The diet includes complete information on calories. Calories Here is a sample menu from Low Calorie Diet. Depending on your gender and how much weight you have to

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  • Food Calories & Weight Loss

    Food Calories & Weight Loss

    One pound of body weight is equivalent to 3500 calories. So in order to lose one pound of weight, we need to create a calorie-deficit of 3500 calories. We can do this by increasing our calorie expenditure, by reducing our calorie intake, or (best) by a combination of both. Example Suppose you need 2000 calories

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  • Calories in Fat

    Calories in Fat Fat is a high calorie food. There are 9 calories in each gram of fat. Fat contains more than twice the number of calories in protein or carbohydrates. From a weight loss/calories viewpoint, all fats are equally ‘bad.’ Low-calorie diets are usually low in fat. If you are trying to lose weight,

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  • Calories in Carbohydrates

    Calories in Carbohydrates There are 4 calories in each gram of carbohydrates. Carbohydrates contain the same number of calories as protein. There are two basic types of carbohydrates (both contain 4 calories per gram): Simple, and Complex. Simple carbohydrates are high in refined sugar. Sugar contains ’empty’ calories – i.e. non-nutritious. Too much refined sugar

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  • Calories in Yogurt

    Calories in Yogurt

    Calorie Table for Yogurt Please note: all calorie values are approximate Yogurt (1 cup) Calories Yogurt, regular, plain 180 Yogurt, regular, fruit flavored 250 Yogurt, low fat, plain 140 Yogurt, low fat, fruit flavored 230 Yogurt, fat-free, plain 110 Yogurt, fat-free, fruit flavored 150 Yogurt, bio type, live yogurt, low fat 165 Can You Eat

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