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How Many Calories Can I Eat & Still Lose Weight?

by Gemma Jones
(Houston,Texas, USA)

Well this question is not as easy to answer as you may think. There are actually a ton of factors that decide how much is too much for you. But let’s do the best we can and go over some ways to figure this out!

– First you need to take a look at what you are doing right now to make you gain weight. If you are heavier than your ideal weight then this is a good place to start.

– After examining your eating habits its time to move on to this step. I advise that you slowly start to change the way you are eating at first. So this means if your breakfast consist of perhaps 800 calories that you should cut that down to 600 calories and try to maintain that for the next 3 weeks.

– So basically cut your calories down by 200 each meal at first. Then after a 3 week period you should try to drop 100 calories per week from your diet.

– If you just stop eating and try to “starve” yourself this will not work in the long run. So avoid this at all cost!

So how many calories can I eat and still lose weight you ask? It all depends on your current intake as I stated above. So basically to lose weight and keep it off you need to slowly decrease your calories and increase your exercise.

Obviously it would be smart to stop taking those trips to Burger King and other fast food places as those are very bad for your health. Not only that but fast food is loaded with hidden fats and you really don’t even want to know how fattening that Whopper is trust me!

I hope these tips on weight loss have helped you and wish you luck in your quest to become that slim trim person you have always wanted to be! So stop asking yourself “how many calories can I eat and still lose weight” and take action! Good luck.

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Updated: August 30, 2013 — 9:08 pm

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