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Weight Loss Calculator Very Well : How To Create A Caloric Deficit

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Weight Loss Calculator Very Well

How To Create A Caloric Deficit

How To Create A Caloric Deficit

How to create a caloric deficit and lose body fat. The online calculators are often well off the mark so how do we go about finding out how to create a caloric deficit?

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12 Comments

  1. If you eat at a caloric deficit you will lose weight, if done properly and safely your metabolism won't slow down. This is scientifically proven and millions have done this.

    The problem with relying on exercise to create a deficit is that it's not sustainable for most people to workout enough to burn that many calories per day, and speaking of adaptation people's bodies adapt to work outs to become more efficient and thus burn less calories.

    A caloric deficit by diet is the most scientifically supported way to lose weight period. People love to be told anything but, but that is simply the reality.

  2. Takkng a photo of your meal is a good on the fly way to be able to record later food, perhaps in the evening

  3. New subscriber here ….all of your vids have great info…….thia is no different….thanks man 💪🏾

  4. I have struggled with eating for a while I ate under 1000 calories per day for around a year and going to the gym at least 4 hours a week but over time I’ve not changed my habits drastically I eat around 1300 calories but I have put on at least 5 kg I was never at an unhealthy weight but now I feel like I’ve lost control. I am still very active and I don’t know what is causing the weight gain?

  5. Paul, I been tracking everything. Yesterday I did an hour of spinning and the scale is down 2 pounds today. Should I be worried about muscle loss this quickly? Or could the cardio have used up my water? I also am in a caloric deficit on all my days according to my fitness pal, but the cardio caused the most dramatic decrease. I’m 5’8 and 150 pounds and I’m pretty sure 50 fat, 170 protein and 200 or less carbs seems to work for me, but this was the first drastic loss in weeks from the cardio. Keep in mind I weight train 5 days a week and go jogging in the afternoon. Yesterday I simply swapped my mile jog for the hour of spinning. What do you think?

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