SECOND ADVICE OF THE DAY!
It seems that fruits have many calories. A banana has 120 for example. When eating 4 fruits and a juice, I consume about 500 calories while the total amount of calories I should consume daily is 1390.
Could someone please explain me if the fruits' calories count or not because they don't contain fat etc? Pretty please.
Yes they count. Why woudnt they?
Fat doesnt make you fat....
Yes they count ... eliminating fat frm ur diet is a misconception and calories frm all sources count...counting just calories frm fat is a waste of time for better lack of a way to say it... the human body is created to need a certain amount of substances daily...theses substances are called "macronutrients" ...thnk of a car ..it needs water antifreeze oil gas brake fluid etc...lets consider these the cars "macronutrients" what happens to a vehicle whn one of these key "macronutrients " is missing? Look at the oil in your car...its purpose is very essential to your cars health..driving ur car without oil can completly ruin ur vehicle... think of oil as fat in the human body ur body needs fat to run efficiently ... eliminating fat or lowering it to an unhealthy level is not good for ur body... just as only consuming fruits is not good for u as well as dangerous over a period of time... to lose weight an be healthy you need to knw your daily caloric needs staying slightly lower will put u in what's called a" caloric deficet " it should never be greater thn 500 calories lower thn your RMR.. and within these calories you need to make sure your getting your marconutrients in and frm the right sources....sorry for extremely long post don't knw how to break it down smaller
Not all fruits have many calories.
Try for example strawberries, grapefruit, blueberries, raspberries, red currants, papaya,..