Diet Features: Calorie Count

How long do you need to be on this diet for? Lifetime

What additional weekly costs are involved? Cheap

Eating out
Is eating out an option? No restriction

Coffee / Tea
Are caffeinated drinks permitted? Restricted

Other Resources
What other resource are available? Books

Preparing/Cooking Effort
What amount of effort is required? None

Knowledge Required
What amount of nutritional knowledge is required? Minimal

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txkitty's top tips

1.Every bite counts.
2.Try to consume 5 servings of fruit and veggies, 2 hours of screen time, 1 hour of exersize,0 sweetend drinks
3.Try to challenge yourself because you dont know what you can do till you try.
4.Dont get discouraged- a pound a week can really add up.
5.Dont starve yourself follow the guide lines given to etablish how many calories to consume and really try to saty within that range (a day or two over or under is fine just dont stay on one end of the range too long).
6.This is a life time change not a crash diet you need to have a really long term persective with this diet.