i am 5'9 and 135lbs is that a helthy weight? would it be unhealthy to go to 115lbs and if so would exsersise help me loose the weight.
05/06/2013 - 10:20am
Is there anywhere on the website where i can find a grocery list to make all the foods on the 28 day diet plan?
04/03/2013 - 6:15pm
You said: Yes with my current body weight of 122 pounds following this to lose 2 pounds a week I would be down to eating less than 500 calories a day!
At 122 lbs you probably should go to your doctor if you want to lose weight. You wouldn't want to make yourself ill in the process. Also, the article suggested that if your calculations made your intended calorie intake below 1200, set your intake at 1,200 because its difficult to get the nutrition you need to remain healthy.
03/21/2013 - 10:35am
Yes with my current body weight of 122 pounds following this to lose 2 pounds a week I would be down to eating less than 500 calories a day!
03/12/2013 - 6:38pm
It clearly states, "If you calculate a daily calorie goal that's less than 1,200, set your calorie goal at 1,200 calories. Below that, it's hard to meet your nutrient needs—or feel satisfied enough to stick with a plan." So your daily caloric goal would be 1,200 a day. HTH
02/11/2013 - 4:47pm
This formula makes no sense. It says to multiple your current weight x 12 to maintain your current weight. For me that's 1560 cal. It then says to lose weight to cut out 500 cal. per day to lose 1 pd., to lose 2 pds. cut out 1000 cal. per day! I already exercise 5 days a week. So how many calories can I eat per day if I want to lose 10 pds. in a month or so without starving myself which I know is counterproductive?
01/27/2013 - 9:46pm
my weight is 176 pounds!!!!!! and I want to reduce my weight to 160 pounds in 2 months!!!!! please help me how by dieting I can do that!!!!!!!!
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01/05/2013 - 4:47am
SVT does not need to make you sedentary. I had SVT for years but finally had the ablasion procedure to get rid of it. In the mean time, SVT never stopped me from staying active. It cannot kill you, it is just a pest. Just do activities that do not trigger it as frequently. I am a runner. I just had to make sure I didn't suddenly start a Sprint or step in a pot hole. And your base line adrenaline level will change with excercise which might change your symptoms. For you it is active while sedentary. For me, I only had symptoms when my base line adrenaline level was low due to working out. Yours could be the opposite of mine.
08/17/2012 - 7:53am
I eat close to 3,000 calories a day. I am 5.9 and 128 lbs. I am not gaining because I am hyperthyroid. I have a very sedentary lifestyle due to heart issues with STV. The food pictured I would have to take a lot of supplements as well, not enough Calcium, D, & C there for a woman going into Menopause.
08/04/2012 - 9:40pm
I finally went to a dietician to tackle the weight and cholesteral issue. I am 43 with about 80 lbs to lose. She told me that I could do a 1200 calorie diet if I was not going to exercise or 1500 cals if I could do 60 mins 5x a week (i'm doing seven 60 min classes in six days). She showed me the 3500 cal weight loss formula. Numbers give me a better sense of control so this is what I have come up with...my BMR is 1736 and my exercise is 564 for a total of 2300 calories needed per day to maintain. Subtract the 1500 cals I'm taking in and that means I'm 800 cals below maintenance. 800 cals a day x 7 days = 5600 cals. 5600 cals divided by the 3500 (for 1lb loss) = 1.6 lbs a week. I've actually lost 16 lbs since 3/19. I don't know if the math is right, but I'm not hungry and I feel great. Who knew that if you honestly committed to "the old fashioned way" it would actually work?