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Calorie Counter helps you calculate your BMI (Body Mass Index) and has many tips about diets available and the foods to eat.
For another BMI (Body Mass Index), Basal Metabolic Rate calculator use, lifestyle activity, and other weight loss help, use How Many Calories Do I Need? – basal metabolic rate calculator.
Calories—how many do you need to keep your present weight– http://www.rd.com/content/openContent.do?contentId=12678
How many calories do you need to eliminate to begin weight loss?
Calories (daily to lose weight)– http://www.caloriesperhour.com/index_loss.html
Links for measuring food, exercise, calorie, and converter calculators.
- BMR (basal metabolic rate)
- Calorie counters
- Activity Calorie Calculators (fitness calculators)
“If you’ve looking for information on cutting calories and fat in your diet, achieving a healthy weight, or favorite low-calories, reduced-fat foods and beverages (and the ingredients that make them possible)…you’ve come to the right place!” The Calorie Control Council – Information on cutting calories and fat and achieving a healthy weight.
Check your commitment– http://kathyberman.com/2008/11/check-your-commitment/
Cravings help for “boomers”:
How to conquer cravings:
Beat late-night food cravings:
Why we crave:
- 1200 and 1500 calorie diets using the USDA food pyramid showing the correct percentages of protein, carbohydrates, fats, diary, fruit, vegetables and starch needed daily:
- Popular diets evaluated
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Emotional eating– Mayo Clinic article
Are you ready to begin exercise?
- How out-of-shape are you?
- Use these links to measure your BMI-(body mass index)
Harvard School of Public Health has extensive articles about fiber:
The best article for a high fiber diet is found at glcare.com.
Main focus for weight loss
- Keeping pantry stocked with “good” food choices
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What it means– http://www.healthyeatingadvisor.com/food-labels.html
Reading the labels– http://www.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/foodlab.html
Food nutritional chart– http://whatscookingamerica.net/NutritionalChart.htm
- How many calories in fruit:
The High Energy Diet:
- Free diet and weight loss journal: http://www.fitday.com/
Reading food labels– This chart will teach you how to read labels.
- What does 200 calorie look like:
- Resources for food lists
- Nutrition facts and calorie counter:
Learn to measure your portions:
Proteins–to determine animal protein versus vegetable protein, use the chart from bodyforlife2
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How I Lost Weight:
From the Food Network online, explains how to manage your weight in three simple equations: Get Healthy : Low Calorie : What are Low Calorie Diets? : Food Network.