Diet Features: My Calorie Counting Diet

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

Cost
 
What additional weekly costs are involved? None
 

Exercise level
 
What exercise recommendations are there? Moderate
 

Eating out
 
Is eating out an option? In moderation
 

Coffee / Tea
 
Are caffeinated drinks permitted? Free
 

Alcohol
 
Is alcohol permitted? Restricted
 

Preparing/Cooking Effort
 
What amount of effort is required? Moderate
 

Knowledge Required
 
What amount of nutritional knowledge is required? Moderate
 

Are you on My Calorie Counting Diet?

If you would like to share your experience of following My Calorie Counting Diet with us register as a FatSecret member today!
     
  Why choose "My Calorie Counting Diet"?
 Promotes long term weight loss
 Maintain your goal weight
 A healthy living alternative
 Teaches sustainable weight loss skills
 Reduces the risks of diet-related diseases
 A roadmap for a healthier lifestyle

 

Cant keep weight off!!!
It's good to keep a log what you eat. That ...
by retta41 on 26 Mar 12 06:53 PM
Looking for a natural appetite supppressant
Saffron extract is a good appettite suppressant.
by Car3mars on 21 Feb 12 01:18 PM
iPad 2 and barcodes
Did you have to down load an app for that? What ...
by Becki Brown on 05 Jan 12 09:42 PM
Do you weigh yourself nakeD?
I do weigh myself naked and at the same time ...
by Mazie_10 on 08 Aug 11 09:52 AM
Back on track
Gone to quite a lot of personal stuff during this ...
by lbeloved on 22 Jul 11 09:19 PM
Salsa Treadmill
Millie D , I like your thinking !
by faye40 on 27 Feb 11 08:55 AM

oldmuttonhead's top tips

1.Don't beat yourself up if you have a bad day on the diet. One day won't hurt you much at all, as long as the one day isn't followed by another and another..
2.If you are somewhere on a special occasion (e.g. a birthday party), go ahead and have a piece of cake. Just one! And not a big one! But don't completely deprive yourself. Again, one day won't hurt as long it's not a habit!
3.Make sure to get exercise! Walking 3 miles a day is about what you need. It doesn't have to be that, though... you can do something that is the equivalent. I'm a sports official so this part is easy for me. You can bike, swim, play sports, Wii Fit, whatever. Just be active!!