A 'No Calorie Counting' Approach to Weight Loss
According to WebMD, a popular online source of healthcare information, if you weigh 250 lbs. and your intake of calories is 1200 (or less), you can add a hour of exercise each day and could lose 3 to 5 pounds the first week. You may also have heard that to lose weight, a woman has to limit her consumption 1200 to 1500 calories each day and a man has to limit his consumption 1500 to 1800 calories a day (minus the amount of exercise-related burn). Conversely, if an individual consumes 2500 calories or more each day with no increase in exercise there will be weight gain.
Many of today's fad diets incorporate ill-fated concepts to deliver fast weight loss. For example, when someone reduces his or her intake of foods high in carbohydrates, starches or sodium, they can drop 5 to 10 pounds very quickly only to be frustrated by weight gain as soon as those foods are reinstated into their diet. At Metabolic Research Center, our doctors and dieticians have studied weight loss programs for decades to create a flexible plan for losing weight that totally eliminates the need for calorie counting before you sit down to eat.
MRC weight loss consultants understand how tempting some of these diets can sound, especially for those who need to lose a lot of weight. But programs that sound too good to be true, often are and usually they only delay successful weight loss. Our programs are personalized for every client and are designed to restore hormonal balance by eating real foods. We never ask you to count calories, skip meals, take laxatives, fast or starve your body. Those are unhealthy weight loss concepts that are not sustainable. If your goal is to lose 1 to 3 pounds per week, we have a plan that will allow you to lose a 100 pounds or more. To get started right away, call the Metabolic Research Center nearest you.
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