this diet really does work and i love the 1,200 calorie diet!!!!!
11/08/2013 - 11:15am
07/24/2013 - 8:37pm
Oh dear my weight in kg x 12 -500 .. nope pounds! Use weight in pounds.
GREAT tip for future readers :)
05/20/2013 - 3:38am
A frozen banana blended with a tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa and a tablespoon of almond meal (optional) - Yum!
04/18/2013 - 7:01pm
Nice plan... Being a fat person, I was looking for this kind of thing! Twelve years old, 4'9, 110 lb... Need to lose a bit! I eat about 1400 at the moment, going to cut about 400 calories I think! Along with about an hours cycling a day and going to be taking up at alley again... Hopefully will lose fifteen pounds by September... Hopefully...
04/03/2013 - 5:24pm
A 400 pound person probably consumes 5,000 calories a day to maintain that weight. So yes, 4,300 calories would prob be ok for a 400 pound person starting off. They would have to continue adjusting their caloric intake when they hit certain points, like once they lost 20 pounds, they prob need to chop 300 calories out in order to keep losing, and continue adjusting along the way.
04/02/2013 - 1:56pm
I do 1300 and I'm not even on a diet without even thinking. Not hard
02/28/2013 - 5:52pm
My favorite low calorie snack is the south beach 100 calorie smoothies they r soo good and the protein keeps you full
02/17/2013 - 5:17pm
soft boiled egg or chicken or salmon with salad
steel cut oatmeal with fruit and nuts
tuna on whole grain bread
cottage cheese or yogurt and fresh fruit
an apple with peanut butter
11/02/2012 - 9:23pm
Dinner should always be your smallest meal and breakfast the biggest (breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a peasant). Why would you need 400-500 calories before going to bed?? Unless you work out in the middle of the night or work the night shift. Even though Americans/ Canadians are acustomed to eating dinner as their biggest meal, it is one of the factors of weight gain. Eating close to bed time= storing extra energy as fat. Better to eat lots of veggies for dinner and some lean protein. Save the whole grains like oatmeal, barley, etc for breakfast and lunch as they are high in carbohydrates and can be used as energy throughout the day and as per or post workout recovery foods.
Other wise, I stuck to a 1200 calorie diet for almost 2 years and was very physically active. They say it isn't healthy to go on for an extended period of tme on such a life style but once you take a week or two to get in the habit, allow your stomache to shrink so you arn't feeling hungry and learning to enjoy food in smaller portions, you may find you have a lot more energy, you're able to think sharper and more quickly, you are in a better mood and you feel good in and out. If you eat 1200 calories a day and exercise at least an hour (cardio+strenght training) 5 days a week you will feel better and look better. The truth is that most women don't need more then that to maintain a healthy body and life style. Unless you are exercising excessively or have a job where you are burnng 400+ calories a day, try 1200 calories a day.