The generally accepted data is that there are 3500 calories in 1 pound of body fat. Continue reading
Do you have that phonecall that you know you need to make but you’re procrastinating over it? You know that it’s not really a big, scary phone call. It might be over in less than a minute. But you don’t make the call?
Maybe it’s phoning a customer that you really don’t want to speak to. Maybe it’s phoning your solicitor or your accountant or your doctor.
Whatever it is, you know you really need to make that call. Days are going by and you haven’t done it yet. It’s really starting to bug you, because you know things can start to move on if you just make that call. But still you don’t do it. Continue reading
This article deals with the mathematics of weight management, and in particular, how to make use of calculations to accurately plan and achieve weight loss. It does not deal with fad diets, magic diet pills or specific exercise regimes. How you choose to achieve your target calorie intake through diet and/or exercise is up to you. This guide will show you how to calculate and monitor your weight management calorie goals. Continue reading
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is the number of calories your body burns while doing absolutely nothing. It is the amount of calories your body uses per day, at rest, while maintaining essential body functions. It can be thought of as the number of calories your body would use up if you spent 24 hours asleep and motionless. Continue reading
The Harris Benedict Formula provides a means of calculating your daily calorie requirements for maintaining your current weight, based on your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) and your level of physical activity. Continue reading