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Why are we still counting calories? (History vs. Science)

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What are calories? The calorie refers to the amount of heat needed in order to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water from 14.5 to 15.5 degrees Celsius. A calorie is a unit of energy. You consume food and drinks that provide you with calories and when you use energy from doing exercise and performing normal bodily functions, you use up calories. Why are we still counting calories? Most of us would know someone struggling with weight loss, and know that they would try so many different ways to diet and exercise. Why is it important to understand the...

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Lose Weight Without Counting Calories

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Do you count your calories before you eat? You may have seen some people do fine on their diet without counting calories. Calories are still important when it comes to weight loss because you have to be in a caloric deficit will help with your weight loss journey. But can you stay under your calorie intake without actually counting? Here is a video that will teach you how to lose weight without counting calories. For those who are counting, there are several factors as to why people have difficulty losing weight even though they are counting. Check it out below!...

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