Low Calorie Meal Plans

Low Calorie Meal Plans


Planning for a low calorie meal is beneficial to your long term health. High calories can lead to a bunch of health problems including heart problems, stroke, and many other problems that can be avoided with a low calorie meal plan.

For Low Calorie Meal plans, you should consider or try 1,500 – 1,800 calorie diet for each day. By going with this low calorie meal plan you do not need to consult with a physician and is pretty safe to do. Unless you are seriously overweight. If you plan correctly you will lose weight. Foods to avoid, although they may be low in calories are heavily saturated food, canned goods, and other similar foods. As always, you should choose vegetables, fruits and other healthy alternatives.

Of course, just by having low calorie meal plans does not mean you should skip out on the exercise.

Check out the anabolic cookbook for some great Low calorie meal plans as well as some bonuses such as exercise programs and many more!

When it comes to low calorie meal plans make sure to do it right! and you will enjoy and reap the benefits that come with planning.

Did you know that 3,500 calories is equivalent to approximately 1 pound of fat? Even if you decide to just cut 500 calories per day from your meals you can lose around 1 pound per week!

Another thing to factor in is, by dropping your calorie intake too quickly could slow down your metabolism which then makes it harder to burn of that excess fat. Another great point is to not cut out any food groups.

It will take some time for your body to adjust to the new low calorie meal plan and exercise but once it happens , your body will thank you and you will notice increase energy. Not just physically but emotionally as well. There are many meal plans out there but the one we recommend comes with the anabolic cookbook. It includes plans and exercise routines.

So let’s kick off the new year and celebrate 2014 with better eating habits and lots of exercise!

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