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Recent Article using EXTREME example of Caloric deficit

Post by jas » Sat Jan 19, 2019 5:23 pm

Good day,

Sharing my latest article to educate the general public on two principles for weight loss - energy balance and caloric deficit.

It’s a simple read and solely meant to encourage questions and empower weight loss seekers with knowledge.

Remember, I am using an EXTREME example of eating donuts and am NOT advocating or encouraging anyone to do this. In the article I explain this and give healthier alternatives.

Writing articles is another way to market your services and brand. It's also a great way to educate the public too.

I posted on my social network in December and has also been published in online magazines.

THE DONUT DIET CHALLENGE: SNACK YOUR WAY TO A LEANER YOU!

by Julio A. Salado, NSCA-RCPT*D

Does this sound too good to be true? Eat donuts and lose weight? The answer is NO, it is not!

If you do not lose weight after thirty days,then you may be the only human in history to accomplish this! Are you up to the challenge?

There are a few rules. You may only eat one donut per day and it can not exceed more than four hundred calories. You also would need to drink eight twelve ounce glasses of water per day. You may no teat or drink anything else for the day.

Feel free to get creative. Cut the donut into eight pieces and eat one every two hours. Eat them warm, toasted or cold. Try to drink ice cold water instead of room temperature. The options are limitless!

Does this sound like a scam for weight loss sponsored by The Donut Council of North America? The answer is no. I am trying to illuminate the principle of caloric deficit and its’ relationship to weight loss.

Without a continuous caloric deficit from either food consumed or physical activity (or a combination of both) that is below an individual’s total daily energy expenditure (TDEE), one will not lose weight.

Click Here for TDEE and more FREE calculators!
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The weight loss may vary from half a pound to two plus pounds per week depending on the caloric deficit from the individual’s current weight and average daily caloric of food consumed prior to initiating a weight loss program.

I am giving an extreme example of caloric deficit that only allows four hundred calories per day. The FDA recommends 2000 calories per day (How To Use Nutrition Facts and Labels (https://www.fda.gov/food/labelingnutrit ... 274593.htm). Using the FDA suggestion and following the the Donut Diet Challenge guidelines, you will have a caloric deficit of 1,600 calories ( 2,000 – 400 = 1,600)!


The principle of caloric deficit is the foundation for all weight loss programs, whether it’s a shake a day, gluten free food, meatless entrees, organic super foods or programs that counts points.The weight loss results arise from your consistency and adhering to the guidelines of the diet that are designed for a caloric deficit.

Let’s eliminate the obvious. Despite it being very tasty, the donut diet is NOT a healthy method to lose weight. Actually, itis a very unhealthy way to lose weight.

Secondly, what happens after the diet? Here is where most individuals experience the rollercoaster of weight loss and gain.

However, there IS a way to eat donuts and lose weight, especially long term weight loss.

The first step is to drop the donut, for now.Next step is to learn about my revolutionary weight loss program that revolves around YOUR lifestyle and goals. There are no diets or gimmicks.

“BREAK OUT of Breaking Even” 3 Step Method for PROVEN Long-Term Results.

Bonus! You will also learn how to overcome the phenomenon of “breaking even”.

“Breaking even” is when you invest time in exercising and eating healthy but do not see results, especially long term results.

A prime example of “breaking even” would be exercising five days a week and overindulging on the weekend. The caloric expenditure from your weekly exercise was offset by all extra calories you consumed, perhaps without even noticing.

A second example is eating healthfully,complying with a diet, and exercising as often as possible but having rollercoaster weight loss and gains.

You will develop skills and self awareness for long term weight loss management. The program is designed to be sustainable,flexible, and customized to fit your lifestyle and goals!

The proven methods in this book can be used by fitness professionals and anyone wanting to lose 5 pounds to 150 pounds!

You will no longer lose or gain weight without knowing why and learning how to overcome it!

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thank you for reading my post...
Remember, I am using an EXTREME example of eating donuts and am NOT advocating or encouraging anyone to do this. In the article I explain this and give healthier alternatives.

Purpose of my post was to share that writing articles is another way to market your services and brand. It's also a great way to educate the public too.


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