Eating Too Many or Too Few Calories

时间:2018-08-14作者:匿名来源:本地
A calorie deficit is required for weight loss. This means you need to burn more calories than you consume.
 
For many years, it was believed that a decrease of 3,500 calories per week would result in 1 lb (.45 kg) of fat loss. However, recent research shows the calorie deficit needed varies from person to person (2).
 
You may feel as though you're not eating very many calories. But in fact, most of us have a tendency to underestimate and underreport what we eat (3, 4).
 
In a two-week study, 10 obese people reported consuming 1,000 calories per day. Lab testing showed they were actually taking in about 2,000 calories per day (4).
 
You may be consuming too many foods that are healthy but also high in calories, such as nuts and cheese. Watching portion sizes is key.
 
On the other hand, decreasing your calorie intake too much can be counterproductive.
 
Studies on very low-calorie diets providing less than 1,000 calories per day show they can lead to muscle loss and significantly

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