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How many calories? by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:53pm I get questions ALL the time about how many calories a person needs for training. For me, I believe people should keep things simple and focus on the bigger things in life rather than counting calories. However, with a recommended calorie count in mind, in order to foster weight loss and to contribute to gains in performance, I believe that wo ... Read on »
Where did the 2,000 calorie diet idea come from? by Dr. Marion Nestle Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 03 Aug 2011 12:51pm I’m in the midst of working on the copy-edited manuscript of my forthcoming book with Malden Nesheim Why Calories Count: From Science to Politics (University of California Press, March 2012) and spending every minute I have on it.  So I’m going to take some shortcuts on the blog this week and deal with some questions I’ve been asked recently. ... Read on »
New data on calories reported as consumed by Dr. Marion Nestle Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 23 Jul 2012 8:53am USDA has just released the latest figures on nutrient intakes among Americans.  These amounts are reported by a statistically determined sample of people interviewed as part of the What We Eat in America NHANES—the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Having just published Why Calories Count: From Science to Politics, I’m inter ... Read on »
Even Less Calories by Matt M. Patient Expert Posted Fri 07 Jun 2013 10:04pm I also looked through Bob Harper’s new book (trainer from the Biggest Loser).  He claims that: “experts ‘keep people in the dark about calorie  restriction, but they all know the truth’. His rule? ‘Cut back on calories. Then cut back again.’” Wow!  I wonder what “experts” he is referring to.  He recommends 800 calories a day for wo ... Read on »
A few interesting tips... by Weight Master E. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:25pm Don't go to extremes: Lowering your calories may not be the best idea. Taking in too few calories keeps you from getting the nutrients you need. On the other hand, trying to exercise for a few hours a day is an unrealistic goal - one that most people can't maintain. It also sets you up for injury. Increase your activity...graduall ... Read on »
Friendly Reminder: Do Not Skip Breakfast by Carolin K. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 9:38am Sure, there are a lot of reasons to skip your breakfast meal. But how are you supposed to keep up with all the activities you have to go through in a day when you lack the energy? That’s exactly why you should have breakfast everyday! It will boost your energy and brain power, improve your mood and prevent you from overeating later in the day. E ... Read on »
How Many Calories Should You Eat by Dr. Gray Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Fri 23 Oct 2009 10:04pm Article by: Dr. Josh Sonsiadek You don’t have to count calories, but that doesn’t mean calories don’t count. They really do. You know the absolute equation that in order to burn stored body fat for energy, you must create a calorie deficit. But if you plan correctly, you will not have to meticulously measure everything you eat like you ar ... Read on »
18,000 Calories per Day in Race Across America by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 12 Jul 2010 5:51pm You need to take in large amounts of food when you exercise for more than a few hours, otherwise you will slow down and eventually have to stop. In the Race Across America, four cyclists alternated shifts as a relay team and completed the race distance of 2800 miles in 6 days, 10 hours and 51 minutes. Each rode up to 10 hours per day in approxima ... Read on »
Diet Debate - Does Any Diet Really Work by dominic g. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 8:41pm A  study published in The New England Journal of Medicine last week says ," A low-fat diet is not the only safe and effective way to shed pounds, according to a new study that shows low-carbohydrate and Mediterranean diets also result in weight loss, and appear to also offer other health benefits." Iris Shai , RD, PhD, and res ... Read on »
Diet Debate - Does Any Diet Really Work by dominic g. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 17 Jul 2008 7:34am A  study published in The New England Journal of Medicine last week says," A low-fat diet is not the only safe and effective way to shed pounds, according to a new study that shows low-carbohydrate and Mediterranean diets also result in weight loss, and appear to also offer other health benefits." Iris Shai , RD, PhD, an ... Read on »