I have a really hard time eating healthy and usually eat what ever when ever cause it is fun. Starting to try to be better though. Have you ever tried eating only a certain number of calories a day?
Forget calories. Eat no less than 80% dark green veggie and fruits and the other 20% unprocessed whatever. You'll loss weight, feel and look amazing, and you didn't have to suffer. Even better do the doc Fat Sick And Nearly Dead.
I don't think it's the calories that dictates a healthy or unhealthy diet, but rather the quality of the calories. Are you eating fast processed meals which are high in fat salt and sugar or are you eating fresh mostly vegetable based meals.
It takes Planning
You really can't be spontaneous, especially at the beginning
Not a certain amount of calories, but trying to eat healthier food.
My best effort was to eat what I like but less. If I make a cheese sammie I now cut back on one slice of cheese. Don't miss it.
Takes a lot of dedication.
I've been doing that for a long time, but for the opposite reason I guess. I need to gain rather than lose.
Calorie counting doesn't make any sense. Think about it. 1,000 calories of kale is a lot different than 1,000 calories of fries. It's better to think instead of how nutritionally dense the food you consume is, and try to eat the more nutritious food.
Calorie counting makes perfect sense. Obviously 1000 calories of kale is different from 1000 calories of fries, but eating 4000 calories of kale per day will still make you obese and that's terrible for your health. Eating food with the proper
nutrients is very important, but when it comes to your weight it all boils down to the number of calories you eat.
I completely disagree, and I've never seen any evidence supporting what you're saying, but whatever.
Every heard of the laws of thermodynamics?
Yes, I understand the science behind calories, but as far as health and nutrition goes, calories are not what's important.
That's not true. Weight is an important determining factor in health. Weighing too much or not enough has a negative impact on health. How much someone weighs is a result of how many calories they consume.
Well we'll have to agree to disagree on this one. I know I've done my research, and it sounds like you've done yours too.
Doing that now