Any help appreciated
Hi, does anyone have a website link / information that gives you the calorie content of food and drink. I actually dont know how many calories I am consuming each day and am hoping to cut back. The easiest way to do this, I think, would be to eat the same amounts but with food of lesser calories so that I amn't starving myself which would make me miserable! Or even weightwatchers information about points - I've never gone but it seems to be a good way of managing what you eat.
Also hoping to start cycling and walking regularly, just need to get motivated and the crappy summer we are having isnt helping.
If you just google it - theres loads in the US.
Ok I'll try that, thanks
Any help appreciated
Have some good bouncy music on your MP3 player for walking to. Something you can actually walk in rhythm to. Not for cycling though - that would be dangerous. I keep thinking I'm gonna cycle today, but when I put my jacket on and look outside, it looks like it's gonna rain, and I never bother, even though it doesn't rain. I hate this country!!!
[quote="LM24":3nnxc6u3]Also hoping to start cycling and walking regularly, just need to get motivated and the crappy summer we are having isnt helping.
So far I've lost over a stone (17lbs) and even when I have had a few bad weeks (like 6 in a row
) I didn’t pile the weight all back on stayed the same weight
I use this website: - there was a Channel4 show on it a few months back.. basically it
-tells you for your height and weight how may cals to eat every day to lose either 1,1.5 or 2 lbs it lets you choose your loss rate (that’s all they let you do as more is unsustainable)
-has a diary page where you enter what your have eaten and it gives the cals (takes them off your daily allowance IYKWIM)
-low calorie recipes
-a tracking page to track weight loss
-It costs about £9 a month, the way I see it its cheaper than WW but you have to weigh your self - its a uk site but there are alot of Irish people on it, its good if your on line all day like me