Have you been “dieting” or trying to eat healthy for the past few months and not lost weight?
It requires about 1,100 calories of energy just to keep a 100-pound woman alive, and if she were bedridden, she’d still lose weight (albeit slowly) eating just 1,000 calories per day.
Now consider how total daily energy expenditure changes with just 1-to-3 hours of exercise per week:
- 200-pound man: ~2,400 calories per day
- 150-pound man: ~2,100 calories per day
- 150-pound woman: ~1,900 calories per day
- 100-pound woman: ~1,600 calories per day
Thus, while it’s essentially impossible to eat less than, say, 1,200 calories per day without losing weight, it’s remarkably easy to think you’re eating less than 1,200 calories per day without losing weight, when in fact, you’re eating a lot more than that.
In most cases, this occurs through a consistent combination of oversized portions and habitual snacking, but sometimes it’s more insidious.
Sometimes, it looks something like this:
- Monday: 🥚🧀🍏🥗🍗🥑🥩🥦🌊 (~1,800
- Tuesday: 🥚🧀🍏🥗🍗🥑🥩🥦🌊 (~1,800 calories per day)
- Wednesday: 🥚🧀🍏🥗🍗🥑🥩🥦🌊 (~1,800 calories per day)
- Thursday: 🥚🧀🍏🥗🍗🥑🥩🥦🌊 (~1,800 calories per day)
- Friday: 🥚🧀🍏🥗🍗🥑🥩🥦🌊 (~1,800 calories per day)
- Saturday: 🥞🥓🍔🍟🥤🍩🍕🍺🍦 (~4,000 calories per day)
- Sunday: 🥞🥓🍔🍟🥤🍩🍕🍺🍦 (~4,000 calories per day)
Average daily calorie intake Monday through Friday? 1,800. Average daily calorie intake Monday through Sunday? 2,400.
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