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I have spoken with Chanta in her role as counselor. I have been eating calories a day not eating back calories for months and months. Really tho', I've had great customer service every time I needed them. The Costco purchased gift cards can definitely be used and there is a space at checkout to put them in. What are my doing wrong? But I am still a little confused.
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I eat calories monday-friday, and i eat calories saturday and sunday, to have a calorie deficit in average. I have NOT lost weight for a month or two, rather i have gained some pounds. I dont know what to do anymore… any helpfull advice? It would be greatly appriciated.
Hi Helene, when people have struggled with eating disorders I tend to take a non calorie counting approach. I find that focusing on the minutia of calories can lead to a resurfacing of emotions that caused the disorder in the first place. I would also work more on consistency day to day in your food intake and not worry about the calorie high days on the weekends.
Doing that will lower your food intake and could possible help with your weight loss. I even gain know, when I should be in a caloric deficit.
Yes, I would work on consistency first. It takes practice but you have to learn to start trusting yourself around food again. I am 44 and weight and want to lose pounds. I try to do SPIN class 3 times a week but have been slacking due to cold weather. I will continue my 3 times a week but how many calories do I eat to lose? Work on adherence and consistency with your eating and exercise. Choose exercise because you enjoy it, not because it gives you a weight loss effect.
Get very consistent with that. Most people will lose weight once they do that with the majority of their meals. And if not, it makes it really easy to adjust your food intake once that habit is in place. I found this article to be very interesting as I have recently been researching reverse dieting. After restricting calories I am down to calories and maintain a weight of 44kg with light exercise. Yet my TDEE is My goal is to increase calories and build some muscle tone…is the idea to increase to your TDEE at once and then slowly increase from there?
My GW is in between kg. Thank you for your help. TDEE can be changed, and reverse dieting is a way to do that. I would personally start with an extra calories for a few weeks to see how that works out for you. After that you can go in calorie jumps to give your metabolism a chance to adapt.
Do you recommend adding the to total of or adding it to the making it ? Should I listen to hunger signals? It just represents a certain amount of food to increase by, on average.
Just consciously a little more. During reverse dieting it can be useful to break out the scale and calorie counting tools. But tape measurements, progress pics, and paying attention to how your clothes are fitting are also ways to monitor external changes. All this information is great. But I am still a little confused. I have been on Nutrisystem and am currently on Jenny. Both seem to work the same way. I am about lb and looking to get to or They both put me on a calorie day with food. But where I get lost is the amount of exercise I need to do per week with this intake.
I was told that I need to do enough exercise to burn the I eat plus more calories to loose weight. I have been doing 1 hour of a treadmill 5 days a week.
I guess where I am confused is what is the target calorie burn you need based on the calorie intake? Those two programs you mentioned are notorious for their calorie diets. In my opinion they cause more harm than good, although some lives have definitely been changed from them. Exercise is one very small part of your energy expenditure.
The goal is to get in a modest energy deficit. You take that feedback and adjust your energy balance. Hi Gina, I would just continue doing the things that helped you lose 9lbs. The weight gain when you started exercising is very common and is simply energy stores within the muscle increasing muscle glycogen.
This is very discouraging. Hard to say, Lisa. Double check your calorie tracking. That has a different set of circumstances to it. I could really use your input! I had a son in January. For 5 months now o have not lost a single lb. I have a wedding in November and a dress fitting in July. She has info pertaining specifically to your situation, in addition to a calorie calculator you can use.
Hi Tony, I am cm tall female, I weigh 48Kg, I have recently been diagnosed with hypothyroidism and take 25mg. I did not have hypothyroidism last year, its come about recently. I have suffered from Bulimia in the past more than 3 years ago. Today I am fit and pretty strong i have been lifting weights for 3 years, I workout using heavy weights x4 weekly and I also do some cardio in my rest days. I can deadlift 80kg for a few reps.
I track my macro-nutrients diligently, I eat daily g Protein, g carbs and 30g Fat calories. My diet includes lots of water, veg and fruit, along with lean meats. My fats come from healthy sources like avocados, coconut, nuts and seeds. My problem is that I cannot seem to eat more than without gaining fat. Do you think my hypothyroidism is due to low long periods of low calorie intake?
I have also had a couple of missed periods recently. If I select high fibre nutritious food then will leave me reasonably satisfied but there is no margin for even biscuits as a treat. Shall I increase my calories slowly reverse diet and accept extra fat and hopefully muscle?
But none of that really matters. At your current stats you are going to be hard pressed to lose any more weight, as your weight is already so low. What I would advise is to hang out at maintenance calories and push the strength training. Focus less on your weight, regardless of whether it goes up or not, and more on your body composition.
With more food will likely come more weight, but the fat gain should be minimal if any so long as you continue getting stronger and you take the calorie rise slowly. I had knee surgery 4 years ago and was told I could never jog again. I really enjoyed running so I got depressed and gained over 30 pounds, to a whopping lbs! For the past 5 weeks, my total weight loss was 11 pounds. I track my calories. I eat , depending on how much I burn with exercise. I started lifting lb weights with my legs.
Why am I losing so slow? This week, I lost 0. When I was 9 months pregnant, I weighed lbs. How did I get here? Your advice is so helpful. I look forward to your response. Oops, I forgot to say that I exercise daily, alternating cardio and cardio plus weight lifting every other day. Hi Cynthia, 11lbs in 5 weeks is actually really good. It takes time for the weight to come off.
A pound a week for a year is 52lbs. Would you be happy with that? Thank you for responding to my question! I will use this time to work concurrently on my body image, as you suggested. It is very kind of you to take the time to help those struggling with weight. Hi, I am sitting at lb and 5ft 7. I have just recently started training and counting calories, averaging about a day. I train for 45 mins twice a week, bootcamp stuff, cardio and weights etc.
Any advise would be appreciated. Check out this explanation — https: Should I cut back calories even further? How best to make this last 6 disappear? Not much though — a 50 calorie cut, whether via diet or exercise should get things going.
The lowest with hours of killing myself days a week doing cardio and lifting was lbs. I had to stop that as it just became too time consuming and honestly to discouraging. All that time and not the desired results. This was done for a period of a min 2 years. My calculator indicates I should be eating 1,ish calories a day to lose 2lbs a week. Bowflex Max trainer mins during cal or more min times a week Walking normal hours a week.
Mild Lifting nothing extreme. Calories from food range from 1, — ish. What in the world am i doing wrong….. The inches are not falling off the gut and the scale is not budging. I sometimes really have to fight myself to do a workout which really is not the norm for me. I usually am super energetic. ANY tips, advice, are more than welcomed as this not fun anymore and getting that much older, having extra weight I also know can start to play a role on overall health. Muscle and fat are 2 different things.
Otherwise, you will lose size even if you put on muscle, as muscle is denser than fat on a lb for lb basis. Point being, your goal should be to put on muscle. Toning is just a matter of reducing body fat. Just worry about getting your weight trending in the right direction eating as many calories as you can. Fuel the fat loss. Check out this article — https: Great article and solid advice! I have lost 45 pounds over the past 8 months. My weight loss has always been very difficult except when I was doing gymnastics four hours a day.
I ate calories a day to drop the weight low carb keto diet. However I plateaued at the beginning of September. I decided to bump my calories up to a day, because I figured my body had adapted to the calories. I have put back on six pounds not water weight — I am still on the keto plan.
How long does it take the body to reset? Thanks for any tips! A calorie bump overnight is a big one and very well could be too many calories for you depending on your stats.
Thanks for the article! I am the person who left a question about greek yogurt a week ago. Thanks to your advice, my sleep quality has been perfect! However, now I am in a dilemma. Just to recap, I am 5ft2in, Ib, and 18 yr old. I do have a history of yo-yo dieting for 3 yrs due to the lack of knowledge on metabolism silly me. Fortunately, my T2D is now reversed!
I do have signs of suppressed metabolism, such as crankier mood, low body temp, significantly lighter period although it still occurs once a month and feeling weaker during strength training, and that really concerns me because my goal is to take care of my health. My weight loss has slowed down a lot since I have started strength training I only lost 1Ib in three weeks , but my major concern is the intense hunger signal and starvation symptoms. Also, since I had T2D, I am now on a ketogenic diet.
It has been working really well for me, and I would like to stick with it even during the reverse diet phase so no carb increase. Thank you so much for reading this long post! You might need calories. Maybe start with and see if those feelings go away in a few days. If not you can always increase more. I have to raise myself to , as with my short height and being lb, calculators tell me to go around calories!
But the goal of the article is to encourage people to start higher and only get to that number if you have to. Since August I have been watching what I eat and on a plan with a nutritionist eating roughly calories a day however i would have lots of cheat days and went from to the I just reimplemented physical activity and am doing 5 miles a day at 3.
I have now been stuck at Should I eat a little more or do a little less of physical activity, seeing the number not change and doing the pa is discouraging. Take a look at this article — https: I have been consuming calories per day and I have been gaining. I do workout almost everyday, burning around calories per day.
Overall, I guess that would be calories consumed during the week. But, on the weekends I am not as strict. I figure the additional calories I consume that weekend evens out the week. Is it that I am eating too much or too little?
If I consume mon-fri with calories burned per day so cals consumed , but sat-sun I most likely consume more with exercise of cals burned — is my amount per day still too little or too much? Is it wrong to make the weekend even out my week? Hopefully that makes sense! I am just trying to figure out why I have gained weight. If so, there could be something else at play.
I am now trying a 4th way of changing my eating to lose weight. I have tried low-carb, Trim Healthy Mama, intermittent fasting with 2 mi. I have 70lbs to lose. Each and every diet I have been on I gain and lose the same 1lb for the 4 weeks I have tried each of them. I am so discouraged and frustrated. I stop a diet, discouraged and go back to my bad way of eating and then gain several lbs a week for my trouble. I would be better off if I never tried!
I am being very conscious of all I eat when following a plan. I used to eat horribly bad, thus the weight gain. I have cut out all sodas, added sugars, mochas, fast food.
What else can I do? I had my thyroid checked a year ago and was borderline so doctor said that is not it. I have the will and motivation, but nothing is working!! What do you recommend I do to find out what is wrong?? If you do that you end up getting stuck in the yoyo dieting cycle. Instead, do it because it makes you feel your best. Eating whole foods and moving your body gives you more energy, mental clarity, improves health, strength, and is fun. Get consistent with your eating and look to make small improvements to your eating, exercise, and mindset over time.
There is no magic diet. I take two workout classes per week and eat exactly calories per day. I cannot get the scale to budge. Do you think calories sounds like a good number for me?
Just take that and subtract a couple hundred calories to start. See if your weight starts trending down. If not, cut calories every couple of weeks until it is. Did you start there? Is it based on something? Have you come down to that level over time?
I went to a store and had my BMR read. It says that my body burns calories a day. I have recently started working out CrossFit 4 times a week. I usually burn anywhere from calories during my workout.
My Fitbit says I burn around a day. I have also started eating a high protein diet with veggies with low sugars. I am having a hard time getting more than calories a day while eating 6 times a day. I am scared that I am going to shut down my metabolism. I eat when I am hungry but again high protein, veggies, staying around 32g of sugar.
Will I see weight loss? How many calories should I actually get? Being overweight is quite a challenge for mentally ill patients who are trying hard to turn their life around for the better. But there is hope. Weight gain can be prevented through special diet and through physical activity.
A lot of us bipolars know how tough it can be for us to lose our extra weight while we are on our prescribed medications. From running marathons and taking the stairs at office, to eating less food, we usually try it all.
But I keep hearing many stories of patients with bipolar disorder who are suffering from poor body image and almost losing faith in themselves because nothing seems to work.
I have been in the deep end of the pool myself, and I know what each one of you might be feeling right now. But we all need to keep hope. Recently, the New England Journal of Medicine published results of a study funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, which stated that people with bipolar disorders can certainly lose weight and keep themselves physically fit with a new lifestyle intervention program.
People with mental illnesses experience 3 times higher death rate comparing to the overall population. Obesity easily leads to serious medical conditions like cancer, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. Why are bipolars usually overweight? Because they often live a sedentary lifestyle. Add to this the fact that bipolar disorder medications increase appetite in people, and we have a problem in our hands that is almost unsolvable.
One of the reasons medicine has not solved this issue is because very few studies have been focused on patients with bipolar disorders. The aforementioned research started out by identifying the factors that make weight loss difficult in bipolar patients.
Some of the factors located are:. Daumit decided to solve most of these challenges by bringing nutritionists and gym coaches to areas where bipolar patients already frequent, like their psychiatric rehabilitation centers.
In this study, there were about participants—all under three psychotropic medications which cause weight gain. They were split into 2 groups. One group, the control, received the usual weight loss approach which is simple information on nutrition and physical activity aspects.
The other group attended a more intensive program, for the same time. This program included individual weight loss classes three times a week. This group aimed at meeting certain goals, like reducing caloric intake and eating more fruits and vegetables.
Participants of the intensive weight loss program lost 7 pounds more weight. The results of the study stressed on the importance of maintaining a lifestyle intervention program like Nutrisystem or Bistro MD, which help in weight loss.
The Nutrisystem weight loss program provides pre-packed meals which are full of good carbs that have low glycemic index. It encourages consumption of plenty of vegetables that help people to maintain a happy and active life. Similarly Bistro MD—a program created by Dr.
Cederquist—brings healthy food right to your door.