Weight Loss Tip: 25 Ways To Cut 500 Calories A Day

  • Kick the soda habit. A 12-ounce soft drink has about 150 to 180 calories. If you down two or three a day, you’re getting lots of extra calories.Quench your thirst with water and save as many as 540 calories.
  • Simple tricks to fill up (with less!). For breakfast, eat 2 boiled or poached eggs. (You’ll feel fuller and eat about 416 fewer calories the rest of the day.) Before lunch and dinner, enjoy 1 cup low-cal soup. (You’ll eat about 134 calories less at each meal.) And save a total of 684 calories for the day.
  • Ditch that buttered movie popcorn. Yes, the large popcorn at the concession stand weighs in at a whopping 1,005 calories. Smuggle in your own (microwave-popped, 94% fat-free, of course) and save more than 700 calories.
  • Get in tune with your tummy. Pay attention to how full you feel, and put down your fork when you’re satisfied. Listen to your body’s cues—instead of looking at whether the plate is clean—and save up to 500 calories a day.
  • Drink sugar-free. A 20-ounce tea with added fruit juices can have 400-plus calories. And Southern-style sweet tea isn’t much better than soda: a 16-ounce bottle of syrupy sweet tea has 180 calories; three of those are 540 calories. Choose sugar-free sips and save more than 400 calories.how-to-lose-weight-50
  • Check the number of servings in a dish. The calorie count on the menu for Shrimp Fried Rice may say 350 calories per serving, but what’s set in front of you may actually contain 4 servings. Split it with three friends, and save 1,050 calories.
  • Think small at the ice cream shop. Even if you indulge in your favorite full-fat flavor, you’ll save as many as 550 calories with a 5-ounce size instead of a 12-ounce.
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    1. Very interesting read, i would say as far as losing weight, things that matter most are:

      Keeping track of everything you eat, a lot people confuse the fullness factor(we'll get to that later) of some foods with high calories food, which could not be furthest from the truth, ice cream, nuts, chips, buttered popcorn and other things you mentioned contain high calories and are low on the FF, leaving you hungrier for more food, which would result in overeating.

      Creating a caloric deficit obviously will top every list( try to find your BMR then multiply by 1.1 to 1.6 depending on your activity level aka Harris Benedict Formula, and go from there, adjust the calories depending on a 1 week result or even a day).

      Fullness factor is key to a good and efficient diet, lets put it this way: the hungrier you are, the more likely that you'll overeat, consuming extra Calories that can quickly slow or reverse your weight loss, scientific research done, so selecting foods with higher Fullness Factors (usually foods rich in fibers and protein), you'll improve your chances of consuming fewer Calories, while simultaneously minimizing your hunger.

      PS: consistency is key to every effective diet.

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