NUTRITION! EXERCISE! & DIET PROGRAM!
Our nutrition program is based on two assumptions:
1. What one eats for any particular meal or on any one day is not important,
we gain weight over several months or years and we should lose weight the
same way we gain it -- slow. The report section of our program does not
even show the calories for each day -- it only shows the accumulated calories
consumed and burnt over the entire report period. If you are really hungry
for the MC Donald's 1/4 pound with cheese (Fat 260 cal., Protein 92 cal.,
Carbohydrates 148 cal.) and large frys (Fat 200 cal., Protein 24 cal. Carbohydrates
228 cal.) -- eat it and ENJOY IT because over the period of a week or month
it will not be significant. BUT DO NOT DO THIS EVERY DAY OR SO!
2. It is very important to enter all data accurately and HONESTLY on
the daily sheet, and enter that data to the disk as often as practicable,
hopefully every day. This is important because one is usually surprised
at how much one can eat and still lose weight or at least maintain weight.
Also, this effort starts an unconscious process that frequently results
in different food choices. If one cuts fat consumption even a little, weight
loss will probably be the result. The act of recording and entering the
data makes us more aware of the fat content of different foods and may,
over a period of time, make us subconsciously choose lower fat foods. Entering
all the data honestly and consistently is probably the most difficult thing
to do, but it is also the most important habit to acquire.
The report section of the program, option 6, displays the total calories
consumed and total calories burnt through normal activity and exercise.
It also shows the % of calories in Fat, Protein, and Carbohydrates. The
% of calories in alcohol is not displayed but is the sum of the total %
displayed subtracted from 100. Reducing the % of fat will almost always
result in weight loss and improved health.
FACT: If a person wants to lose 20 pounds over the next year, assuming
he maintained weight over the last year and energy level remains constant,
he must only reduce his daily caloric intake by 192 calories per day. This
is equivalent to less than two tablespoons of vegetable oil reduction per
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