I think that it because you have to watch waht you eat and watch the label for calories. I diet but I use B-12 and it's great. I've been doing great I exercise and eat great without the calorie counting.
B-12 Does not do much for dieting. I think the main thing is being active. If you are working out you can eat a little more freely, but in the end it is all math. Calories in vs calories out. If you take more in your gonna gain, if you burn more your gonna lose. Simple as that!
by dinkan53 7 years ago
climbing up 10 floors= 120 calories20 chips=110 calories1green tea=15 caloriesShare your knowledge of calorie counting
by Alistair Olver 4 years ago
Are people who diet too focused on calorie counting, rather than the nutrient content?With food only having 20% of its nutritional value compared with 60 years ago, is it not this decline in nutrient content and the increased consumption of processed food the real reason why people feel the need to...
by Jimmie Quick 5 years ago
What is the best calorie counting app for iPhone?I have Lose It!, but it lacks so many foods that we eat.
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
When trying to weight, do you find diet choice more important than counting calories?
by dinkan53 6 years ago
Can you really eat more and lose weight?
by Gracie Sophia 8 years ago
Diets do not work. Explore the research. There are no magic pills, potions, patches, or pads. Fad diets are scams.
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