For example: If you are 86kg (189.6Ibs) start of May and would like to be 78kg (172Ibs)by July, you would specify that you want to lose 8 kilograms (17.6Ibs) in 2 months.
Very Light: (most of day sitting at work or at home, a little slow walking, some standing and light household chores)
Light: (mostly sedentary, standing or slow walking, but including about 2 hours a day of further activity – e.g. gardening, heavy housework, brisk walking)
Moderate: (some occupational walking rather than just sedentary work, plus a little vigorous additional exercise, e.g. dancing, swimming)
Heavy: (high levels of activity, both at work and in leisure hours)
Suggested Weight Loss:
The suggested weight is based on a healthy BMI range and will appear after entering your weight and height.
The calorie calculator is very useful for calculating how many calories you should eat: click on the link below to calculate your calories .
1. Eating More Protein Can Reduce Appetite, Cut Cravings by 60% and Increase The Amount of Calories You Burn
When it comes to losing weight, protein is the king of nutrients.
Adding protein to your diet is the simplest, most effective and most delicious way to lose weight with minimal effort.
Increasing protein intake can boost metabolism, fight cravings and significantly reduce appetite. This can lead to automatic weight loss.
2. Avoid Sugary Soft Drinks (and Fruit Juices), The Most Fattening Items in The Modern Diet
This includes sodas, fruit juices, chocolate milk and other beverages that have sugar in them.
These “foods” are probably the most fattening aspect of the modern diet, by far.
3. Drinking More Water Can Help With Weight Loss
Drinking about 2 liters (68 ounces, or 8 glasses) of water per day can make you burn about 96 more calories per day.
Drinking water can boost metabolism. Drinking it a half hour before meals can help you eat fewer calories.
4. Do Some Exercise and Lift Weights
When we eat fewer calories, our bodies compensate by making us burn less.