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Why counting calories can actually sabotage fat loss
It's not unusual for people to want to know how many calories they're consuming.
Different websites will recommend varying numbers based on your daily activity levels, height, age and gender. For the average woman looking to maintain their current weight, the NHS recommends around 2,000 per day.
However, if you're looking to lose fat, it's a different ball game altogether. For many, the first port of call is downloading a calorie-counting app and doing your detective work on how many calories you should be eating. But. let's be real – calorie counting is a chore, not to mention inaccurate if you're not meticulous in your serving sizes.
Can you really be sure that the almond butter on your toast is just one serving? Or that those homemade protein bars equate in calories to your shop-bought favourites?
No. So knowing just how many calories you’re consuming can feel like a minefield. Yet still, when it comes to weight loss, it’s the go-to game plan.
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