How do you calculate calories every time?

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  1. MythiliK profile image63
    MythiliKposted 7 years ago

    How do you calculate calories every time?

    How do you calculate calories? and do you think and calculae calories before passing your food through your throat?

  2. Ruv Mironov profile image52
    Ruv Mironovposted 7 years ago

    yes. First make up a chart with your calorie diet plan on how much calories you may have per day. Next, everything you eat should have given calorie charts on the food container unless you cook. The calories for the serving your about to eat should be writen down and added up to equal your Maximum amount of calories you may have per day.
    If you have trouble canculating your food which (you) prepared. (Not canned or packaged products) But custom made 100% your mixing of ingriedients. Count every measure of ingriedients you put in the recipe with the calories in each ingriedient. After your done with that, add up all the calories that make up the recipe. Then count the calories (you) consumed from the dishes you ate from the recipe.
    The job is not easy haha. You have to keep track alot. Add things alot. And Divide things alot.  If you have questions, message me and i'd be happy to tell you alot more and give ideas=)
                Ruv.

  3. NCBIer profile image60
    NCBIerposted 7 years ago

    I no longer calculate calories, but I do know from having done so in the past what a meal generally consists of in terms of daily recommendations. You can purchase little pocket sized booklets that show calories of nearly every food item. There are also a number of websites that give you this information for free. Look up each item before you prepare it, write it down in a journal prior to eating anything. I also make a point of knowing protein and carbohydrate content in addition to calories. It certainly makes you think about what you eat and if it is worth it. But with time you will find that you already know the approximate caloric value for most of what you eat and you'll spend less time on it.

  4. mlowell profile image76
    mlowellposted 7 years ago

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  5. brandonhart100 profile image87
    brandonhart100posted 7 years ago

    I'm writing some tips on this very thing right now, but in short when calorie tracking remember that google is your friend. Here's an example:

    I ate a small apple today, so simply go to google type in "small apple calories".  Now simply click on the first link available. It should tell you small apple with skin 55 calories. 

    When you are really looking to lose weight calorie counting is one of the best ways to do it.  Remember that despite anything that anyone says if you know how many calories you get, and you eat less than that, you will lose weight.

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