Counting Calories?!

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Mar 5, 2013 11:57pm
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Should I even count my Calorie intake? Or should i just stick to eattin Veggies and Fruits! Im only suppose to eat 1565 a day. Help Please. Give me ALL the adviceeee! :)

06 Mar
There is an app called mynetdiary that can help you keep track of your calories, and it will tell you how many you should eat. You would actually be surprised how much you can actually eat that won't hurt you. You can also plug in exercise that you do, and it will tell you how many calories you burned, and then adjust the amount of calories you can eat. My roommates and I all use the app, and one of my roommates has diabetes, but the app works around that too.
06 Mar
I have that kinda app. Its call "lose it" I just didn't know if I was a good idea or not
06 Mar
I track mine, I mean it's completely up to you, it's just a way to help you stay on track. I don't want to lose weight, but I don't want to gain any either, so I watch how much I eat. Plus if you start tracking them now, eventually you will get to the point where you won't need to count, you start to just know. My brother watched his for 6 months, and now (2 years later) he still knows what to eat, and he can adjust it if he needs to.
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Mar 6, 2013 1:12am
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Counting calories helps a lot when dieting.  U can see were u r going wrong.  The best app i found is called lose it. 

06 Mar
That's what I have now. Thanks
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7 Posts
Mar 6, 2013 1:30am
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my fitness pal app..the best calorie tracker

Mar 6, 2013 2:58am
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I prefer sticking to healthy diet, beans veggies n fruit...that way no pressure or guilt trip by counting cals.

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Mar 6, 2013 3:07am
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I've actually started watching my calories and it's helped me lose weight just working on toning up now any day now I should see the difference :)
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Mar 6, 2013 4:02am
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I use the Noom app.  Ive lost close to 20# using it.  Based on volumetrics so calorie counts in preprogrammed foods can be slightly askew from actual count, but very easy to use.  Has bar code scanner, pedometer, workout tracking/logs, daily tasks/articles, weight and measurement tracking, and it also adjusts your caloric needs based on your activity.  May not be for you, but it has made weightloss/calorie counting easy for me.

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Mar 6, 2013 5:32am
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You MUSTTTT get "lose it" app and set your personal program...it'll give you a goal of calories/ day. To choose wisely on groceries, you should also download "fooducate" app :)
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21 Posts
Mar 6, 2013 6:00am
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Hey, I'm a personal trainer, get the myfitnesspal app. What exactly are your goals anyway.

01 May
Care to add on myfitnesspal for some motivation? My ID is kkgoli
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May 10, 2013 3:24am
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Download the MyFitnessPal App and download all your food and the calories will comes up(any food you type in comes up..really amazing)this app is great for tracking calories and exercise.
10 May
I use this app every day! Highly recommend! You can record your exercises and calories burned, too! (:
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Jun 14, 2013 2:43am
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I agree with the Myfitnesspal suggestion for counting cals. I lost 89 lbs last years losing that app. If you do use the app my ID is blessedmommy3x on there as well...I log in daily.

I'm using it now to lose the weight I gained back during pregnancy.

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Jun 15, 2013 7:42pm
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How cn I count calories I need tht 6th pack.

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Jun 16, 2013 1:20am
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Imho, counting calories keep my eating insanity out (during my kiddos' wonderful two... Haha). I joined shape up club and started counting calories (included protein, carbo and fat daily percentage) for 5 months and still going. It's worth to try.

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Jun 16, 2013 3:10am
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My fitness pal or my net diary are good apps to keep track of daily intake and caloric loss.
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Jun 29, 2013 7:39am
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That's how I developed an eating disorder years ago but I am prone to taking things over board. Something I use that's much easier and doesn't bother you with all the math is the exchange system. It also helps you keep track of what kinds of food you're eating. Look it up.

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Jun 29, 2013 8:35am
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I am using my fitness pal app 
That way I can keep a track of the calorie intakes etc...it helped me lose 2kg in few weeks
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