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"two thousand calories day" Discussed on Half Size Me
"Since june or july. Okay okay and have you gone to having any maintenance breaks on purpose where you've said okay. You know what. I'm obviously not losing right now. I'm going to go ahead and add in some calories to bring me up to maintenance and done that on purpose. So i did. I probably back in october. I tried for a week. And i think just got so freaked out. 'cause the scale each day would go up half a pound two pound and so i stopped doing it because i just didn't. I was afraid. I was eating too much so i stopped and they went back to the seventeen hundred. Which i know you've said not to do but i did it. I gotta give you props for your honesty. I love that okay. So in a perfect world say you had been my coaching client. You might have died from june of last summer. You know maybe we would have gone to like september. We would have taken a maintenance break on purpose. We would have watched your weight go up a little bit which that is very normal and we have stuck with that for two weeks even if it means you really really uncomfortable because it's important that you experience maintenance as well as weight loss. Most women do just what you said. And that's really how when we think about suppressing metabolism over time. That's how we do it. We don't ever break away from those deficit calories and then guess what they do become your new maintenance calories and that's really not the cycle you wanna be in long term. Does that make sense. Yes and that's sort of what i felt like. I thought if i went up to maintenance i felt like i was already in maintenance because the scale wasn't really moving so i thought if i went up to maintenance will just spiral out of control but what you're saying makes sense during this entire process. Have you been weighing and measuring all your food on a food scale or are we kinda eyeballing it or using measuring cups. I probably way measure you've made digital scale like you probably for sixty percent of what i'm doing but yes i'm not weighing and measuring necessarily everything. So it's been a while then since you've done like what i would call a kind of back to basics with your habits where maybe you're actually weighing everything on the food scale. You haven't been doing that for a while right. It's just a few things here. They're like my backtra so make sure way and Sometime carts might dinner but usually the other things go by the wayside. Okay and then the seventeen fifty seventeen to seventeen fifty that you're shooting for. What is the calorie allotment. You give yourself on the day you go out eat. What are you shooting for on those days. Usually i might go up to nineteen hundred on those things. But i don't usually go much piss there and then are there any days during the weeks that you have lower calorie days to adjust for that. No okay so we're figuring it out then we're starting to see some of the issues might be so let. Let's think about a plan for you here number one. You're shooting for an average calorie amount and really quick. Just wanna check on something and you had lost this almost forty pounds eating at the seventeen seventeen fifty. Is that right correct. Yeah okay so forty pounds heavier. You said you're too to now so you're about almost two fifty. Is that right. Yeah yeah all right so what we wanna do is just kind of get an idea of where your numbers would be as of now so that we can see because as your weight does drop. It's not a huge change in your calories but they're sometimes does need to be an adjustment. So could you remind me how old you are again. I just turned fifty. Just turned fifty. How taller you five eight. You're five foot eight inches tall. Okay and currently two. Oh two right. Yeah did you consider yourself sedentary or lightly active. I teach third grade so move all day. And i exercise six days a week before i go to work so about forty five minutes of cardio strength training or combination or. Let me put you in moderately active than. Let's just see what you get. Okay so your maintenance calories would be two thousand four hundred and fifty six. I'm i'm by the way i'm at the diet. Fix dot com. I'm using dr yanni. Freed offs calculator so to lose a pound a week. We'd be nineteen fifty six. And i don't recommend going to lose two pounds but that one would be one thousand four hundred and fifty six so now if i go back and let's just say that we overestimated your activity a little bit. Okay if i put you his lightly. Active two thousand one hundred seventy nine would be maintenance and to lose about a pound. A week would be sixteen seventy nine okay. I would guess based on what your experience has been thus far. Your maintenance is probably somewhere around that twenty two mark. It's probably going to in that two thousand two hundred. So here's the thing what we want to think about is weight loss in a cyclical way. There's certain amount of time you're on a deficit there certain amount of time. You're taking a maintenance break and then you're cycling back when you go to maintenance and i've done videos on this. I want you to anticipate seeing a couple pound fluctuation up. That's totally normal. If you think about it very logically when you first started losing weight did you notice like a kind of a whoosh with water. Waterway coming off at the beginning so it coming back is actually part of the process to and most women get totally freaked out by that and then they don't actually see the process through they kinda just pull back so what i would say is if we go based on what this calculators telling us say that twenty two hundred is maintenance will air on the side of that unless say right now maybe sixteen fifty is actually a little closer to a deficit for you. Now what we would be saying is sixteen fifty average calories. And what i mean by that is you don't have to eat sixteen fifty every day but you need to average it out over the week so you may have a high day you may have a low day but you ultimately when i take all seven days and i add them together and divide by seven my average would come out to be about sixteen fifty. So what i'd like to see with you. Let's say we take sixteen fifty and we multiply it by seven. That gives you a weekly calorie budget of eleven thousand. Five hundred fifty okay. That's the total week's worth of calories. Does that make sense Yep okay and then when you guys go out to eat. Let's just say it's a two thousand calorie day. Okay so i'm going to take that right off the top. I'm gonna take off that amount that brings us down to nine thousand five hundred and fifty now in order to actually achieve your weekly calorie deficit. We need to take what's the remainder and divided over the six days. Which means that in theory for you to hit sixteen fifty. The other days would have to be one thousand five hundred ninety one calories which is probably less than what you've been doing that right. Yeah okay so. That's probably the glitch in the system right now when we're thinking of man. Why was i able to eat at these calories. Get to this way. That matt. And now that i'm eating at nine thousand nine hundred on eating out day. Why am i still not achieving. The overall calorie deficit is because there's not any kind of tweak. That's happening in the rest of the week that would produce you getting down to sixteen fifty now. Would i would encourage you to do is go to your calendar and actually block out six weeks actually block out six weeks and that would be your deficit timeframe and in that deficit timeframe for six weeks. You're goal would be to hit an average of sixteen fifteen year calories but then when that six weeks is over i would wanna see you go back up to twenty two hundred for a couple weeks on purpose. Will the scale go. i'm let you answer it. Yes yes it's gonna go up in for. Everyone is different. I have one client. She lost a little bit of weight the first week over maintenance break i had one lady who her scale jumped up three pounds. What you eat greatly will influence it too when you do go to that maintenance two weeks i would encourage you to eat all your meals just like you normally do. Don't do anything different but then go through and take this extra..
"two thousand calories day" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Florida no keen that we are done catches on the next one zero. It was fun. I'm back at six. But i might be right back to just some really great news. Great news is unfortunate but it's great news to report on. So i might be actually back after lunch. Eat some lunch walk. The dogs be fat. Be right back which you know you gotta see got to see man. But i've actually. I don't even want to prolong talk because i've been talking. I've been eating a lot of stuff that You know maybe you do. Don't lie because you heard sean porter say salads. Well ken porter say the salads weren't Given sean any nutritional value. And i just i just wondered what did he mean like romaine lettuce. Because you know there's other in africa and ask the thing these guys really don like vegan doesn't eat salad for like come on bro. Not a balanced diet. Know what i'm saying like only romain. Lettuce doesn't give you nutrition but like if you're getting spring mix you know that has different types of lettuces and spinach in there and all that you get in your stuff you adding your carriage adding your onions adding tomatoes. You know what. I'm saying. You add in your you know you you hooking up. I mean it's what what type of you buying a fucking a dollar ninety nine romain lettuce doing get nothing champ but if you get in real salad that's different you know what i mean but anyway up about to say but yeah that's like i know kenny because he from where i'm from like that's just the sometimes times where i'll be on Ohio people like when you got money liked that you can't cut corners dog. You gotta get dietitians. You got money like now. It's time to stop thinking you know more than somebody who does this. Who can really make your son fight at a certain weight by that. The and if you just put like this if you look on the back of anything and you're eating and says that the daily average forever body is two thousand calories if you're a v. you need to maintain two thousand calorie diet being vegan. That's a lot of eating. But you gotta eat a lot of vegetables and that's just cool wick. So just think about that. How you when you look on the back of any candy. They say. This is the fda this this a two thousand calorie day diet. I saw it. Don't matter what you're eating. How your diet is you have to make sure your at least getting two thousand calories dog and that's on a vegan diet so means sweet potato eaters that means nitrogen foods nitro this shit that create fire in you ask. Pro protein really is as nitrogen. So you need sweet potatoes. Garbanzo beans wheat spelt different. Means this stuff is easy. Digestible has certain fibers in it. They're they're they're what you call Prebiotics you know what i'm saying and then if you eat too many of those then you'd get your probiotics those are the kombucha's and the fermented stuff. But if you just eat these things and drink enough water dog. You'll enough nutrition if you don't know that already. That's when you have to get help. You can't just fee shawn porter. Lettuce kenny come. He ain't never say he was feeding them lettuce. He just said they've figured out salads had no nutritional value. It's it's a little. It's you gotta pick the foods that are nutrient dense foods. Listen fellas we not doing nutriments right now. Go shansi instagram twitter about the go back down to health class again and we got the Francis tell them where they can find you man. You're already know man next. Sports dog any eggs. Up also on the way in boxing or the youtube appreciate your border wars ten around the corner march thirteen. Get in the ring swing. Let's do it already. 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"two thousand calories day" Discussed on Half Size Me
"Right so some of the questions that were submitted in here is one from Sarah. Thank you so much for your daily videos. During this extraordinary time they have been so helpful in addition to your podcast and helping me. Keep my mind focused. I have a question for you. I really liked the banking aspect of weight watchers and the free fruits. But that's another story but I prefer to seek calories instead of points. I've tried using. I track bites to track both ways at once but it's just information overload. I've also tried to pay attention to my weekly rather than my daily Calorie average on my fitness pal. But sometimes that's just a little too much extra math for me when I'm trying quickly to keep track this past week. I tried setting up in my fitness pal by using an exercise called bank. This was easy because otherwise I do not track exercise on my fitness pal because I like to keep the idea of fitness and exercise separate from food. My daily goal is sixteen fifty maintenances about eighteen. I know you'll ask so. I said it to fifteen hundred and then created a bank of one thousand fifty calories the remaining hundred and fifty times seven. This worked okay but on my husband's birthday and another day this week I went quite a bit over my maintenance level even because of the special treats and I'm not sure that's a good thing to do and then there are those days when I feel to Hungary when I was trying to keep to the fifteen hundred so that I thought I saved calories for the bank so it's the last day of the week experiment and the my bank account is negative. I'll still end up at maintenance average calories but I've been one hundred seventy two pounds for about two months now and I'm ready to move down this week. I'm thinking of trying your abundance mindset idea by setting my calories to eighteen hundred and shooting for sixteen fifty but allowing up to eighteen. The problem I anticipate is what happens on a two thousand Calorie Day. Do I doc the next day do I just need to give up on the idea of banking. Another problem is when I see that calories are remaining on my fitness pal. I think those are Mike Allergies and I want them so. It will be hard to leave some on the table each day. Wow that was a lot more than one question. If I could distill it down to one question it would be hey heather. What are your thoughts on banking calories instead of points? Thanks so much Sarah. All Right Sarah great question and I'm going to have a video coming out. I believe it's this next week or is the first week of June is going to be about calorie cycling zigzagging calories things of that nature so that might be a good video for you. That's going to be coming out shortly and I wanted just address this so the idea with a weight watchers points system before they started alternate where it wasn't really based off calories was they would pick your lowest potential level of calories that you could be at nuts kind of your baseline right. That's your day to day. You're twenty six points or whatever the program was then what they did. Is they figured out? What's the highest level? Somebody could eat at and still lose a small amount of weight. So it's kind of a range if you were to take all those extra weeklies and average them out. You might find if you were double tracking for a while. You were falling anywhere. Maybe between thirteen hundred and seventeen hundred calories. There's a range the absolute lowest which is probably your daily calories or points and then the end which would produce a very small amount of weight loss but it would still be within this weight loss window and so and then of course if you're in maintenance right on a points based system same kind of concept you have your lowest end of maintenance to your highest end of maintenance and the idea is that you play around with that to figure out what works for you. This idea of banking works really well and what I encourage. People to try is to think about this as a weekly paycheck. Let's JUST SAY FOR ARGUMENT SAKE. You know if we're going based on this idea of know we're focusing on sixteen hundred calories a day you take sixteen hundred it by seven that would give you an eleven thousand two hundred dollar paycheck. Okay how you choose to. Disperse that paycheck is up to you. And what I encourage a lot of my clients to do because many of my clients are coming from that weight watchers type background. And that's one of the things they've shared with me that they kind of enjoyed about. It was feeling like they could stay to their lower daily points every single day. But then having not bank of weekly points that they could use I splurge but a lot of this being successful and you busting onto that one. Seventy two pound range is really going to come down to those days when you use your bank weekly points or your your weekly point allowance or using your calories very because what we know. Is that for us to lose weight. We can have a little bit of treats but we can't have so much that we CASA personals and maintenance. We won't make that progress so if our weekly allowance eleven thousand two hundred based on wanting to hit an average of sixteen hundred my first recommendation to you would be to do honest assessment of. What's coming up for you in the next seven days you knew about your husband's birthday you might have another special event and I personally take those off first. So if I know on the kind of person WHO'S GONNA. Maybe need twenty one twenty two hundred calories to be fairly successful on those days I would rather deduct that from my weekly paycheck I e remark that quote unquote like of its money. Right earmark those calories or earmark the points or earmark the money if you will for those specific days once. I've done that then. I have a balanced that's remaining and I divided up pretty evenly over the other five days of the week or six days of the week that are knocked out special event day. So let's just for argument's sake. Let's just pretend like two thousand calories is enough for you and let's say that you have only one special day coming up that week. You would deduct your two thousand calories from your eleven thousand two hundred budget and once you subtract that two thousand calories and let's just pretend that's a Friday night that's GonNa leave you a remainder of nine thousand two hundred calories which you then would disperse over six days. Which means that in my fitness pal. You would set your calorie target. Fifteen thirty three fifteen thirty three divided over those days. Will you the nine thousand two hundred and it will allow the two thousand splurge day on your husband's birthday now on this birthday situation? You're really going to give it some thought and really try to live within your two thousand calories. If you go little over you go little over. I would stick to what you have on paper because ultimately if you eat too little on other days you might get really hungry and you might self sabotage and if you go a little bit over yes you might be bumping up a hair from your sixteen hundred average but again when you average those the totality of all the calories you eat for the seven days if it's falling within a weight loss window which sounds like it's sub eighteen hundred for you that would be progress because if you're maintaining at eighteen hundred one hundred seventy two pounds the more you can come in below that number the better so the short answer is yes. Banking calories is totally doable. You WanNa think of it as a paycheck. This is how much I wanNA average. For the Week Sixteen hundred I multiply sixteen hundred by seven. Have my total paycheck for the week. Then I decide ahead of time. Hey Pizza with the girls on Friday. Night husband's birthday whatever's coming up. What do I realistically need? And if you don't know the answer to that question go back through old food logs. Look at what you're spending on the Times you are quote unquote celebrating getting together with family and friends. Get an honest depiction of what that looks like in calories or points and round up little is better to say. I think on the twenty five hundred then it is to say I think I'll get by with eighteen hundred and then all of a sudden you're far surpassing now so that's kind of how I would encourage you to another simple way to do. It would be to disperse in Tokyo. I'm going to have sixteen hundred every single day and then in my fitness pal. There's a little memos box it's usually in the lower right hand corner. It says food notes or notes. What you can do is if you see. You came under so you shot. You're shooting for sixteen hundred. You say banked two hundred say came in at fourteen hundred that day in that section. I would put the Word Bank two hundred calories and then what you can know is when you do roll up on Friday. You can scroll back through your seven days. See all the places. You Bank your calories and I'm up and add to the day that you're going to go out and celebrate so if I saved two hundred on a Thursday and I save two hundred on Monday I know. Now I have a four hundred Calorie Bank to roll into my sixteen hundred that I would have had on Saturday. And that way you when you see that you kind of have calories left instead of just feeling like they're hanging there you can simply just put it in that little note section and we're a reminder message to yourself to use those later in the week and that's how I would encourage you to think about it. It's like a savings account that you are keeping tabs on for that ladder occurring event. That's come in the week whether to birthday or a party or some kind of an event but totally doable. It's just about really having a different mindset about it and approaching it in whichever way is gonNA feel the most natural to you. I got another wonderful message in from a heather. I love getting messages from Heather to heather. This email says many things for what you're doing to support weight loss maintenance. I found your podcast and it is fantastic. I decided to join the half seismic community and work on myself. I have been sustaining a one hundred pound weight loss. In twenty fourteen through the help of your show and community I have broken a long standing plateau all really caused by my own denial and entrenched habits. But I am ready to let those go and start living my best life and stop dieting forever. I'm less than thirty pounds to goal and I can't believe it. Is this close now? I am an American living in for the last seven years. However I'm originally from Lakeland Florida awesome so next time. 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"two thousand calories day" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"So I take a very personalized approach my first session, go through all your non negotiable. So are you dessert person or you an alcohol person? Do you exercise? Do you hate it? And we work backwards from that. So I need to have that understanding before I can put a plan together for someone. So let's say someone comes and they are all the things that. Our dessert person. They hate exercise. Yeah. They need to drink because they're twenty three and all their friends go out to to bottomless brunches every weekend. And they just like feel really kind of shitty, and they're just like really in a bad cycle or a bad part of their what do you do health? So the challenge it is a challenge. What I actually find is that most people aren't eating enough. And I say that they're not eating enough when they're trying to diet, and then they're overdoing it somewhere else. And it's just there's these two opposite extremes. And it's not even that you can't live like that. Yeah. You can have like a five hundred calorie day in a two thousand calorie day, and you can probably lose weight. But it's the mental stuff that really gets in the way. And it keeps spiraling. I used to be like that down. But that was I I literally like easily have five hundred calories in the day or not eat anything until five pm. And then just go along time ago, though. Yeah, I haven't really been like that for several years, honestly. But that was like my way extreme. Yeah. And now, we call it. Yes. Remit and fasting. Yeah. Right now, we have now we have a technical term that makes tiding that it. Yeah. Is that how do you do you think that that's healthy like five hundred calorie days? For the regular person. No. Yeah. Four. There are definitely some cases where I would say intermittent fasting Camby appropriate. The one way that I would use. It though is the traditional method is called the lean gains method, and that's like the sixteen hours of fasting the eight hours of eating it's a little bit more manageable for the regular person, but it has to work into your life. So for teacher someone who's getting up at five in the morning and can only eat at a certain time to tell them to push through till twelve because it's better for their hormones is ridiculous that you're not going to get a hormonal benefit when you're starving and you're in a bad mood. Right. Yeah. There's this a girl who works for bona fide provision, who's on our podcast, she like DMV. Well, that's how he kinda even got in touch with a lot of Instagram connections. But she was like I tried intermittent fasting, and my hair started falling out. So please tell everyone it's not for everyone to make sure. It is for you. And specially for women the research to shows that men seem to have more of a benefit and women's hormones can be affected. Negatively, interesting just like everything else. So just want. I wanted to clarify seize your an online nutrition coach, can you? How does that? You don't see anybody do see patients or sometimes they're so I don't see anyone in person anymore. And that was actually because I was working in Manhattan. My husband's doctor, we moved to Alabama for a year. Oh my God. And I knew we were only there. It was it was a lot of fun. I met great friends really was totally. They're much down there. Nice. So nice. It was like they were coming over all the time. We'd cook. Together. We'd have drinks. It was just it was like being in college again doctors. He he's an interventional radiologist cool out. Okay. So you went to Alabama. And at that point. I knew I always wanted to start my own business. I wasn't quite ready only in the field for two years and felt I needed to get my feet wet. But he was like just do it. You're here for a year. You're not gonna go work in hospital. If it doesn't work it doesn't work. So I made it happen. My client stayed with me and it worked out really well because I was able to work around their schedules. See them in the middle of the day base time Skype different time zones. So it's it's been so so how does online coaching work. So I have different kind different clients..
"two thousand calories day" Discussed on Half Size Me
"Business meeting at right or over a box lunch that I kind of feel ho-hum about so is actually building your life in a way that works for you versus you feeling. You've gotta follow these set of rules. Does that make sense? Yeah. Definitely. All right. So does all this feel doable? For you everything. We've talked about it does. Absolutely. And I think to your just have to remember to be like nicer to myself and to not let me going over my calorie limit destroy everything. Because I think that's that's the cycle that I found myself in and like why seems so exhausting to track is when you're constantly being defeated. It wears on you to these are definitely some some utilize to help with that. And I feel a lot better having talked to you got to team lunches this week. It'd be like I different tactics to to overcome those. Yeah, this is perfect timing. Thank you so much. Absolutely. And I'm going to go back to this. And this is why I told you the maintenance. Is so important because at the end of the day, your mission critical is to maintain the weight, you currently are sure you've heard it time and time and time again on the show, right? Where someone says, you know, I tried to lose weight. I gained it back. I tried to lose weight gain. It back another at their what would be all time highest weight. So you actually knowing your maintenance calories is your safety to avoid that situation happening. So that's your mission critical is kind of to establish your maintenance calories established becoming comfortable with them. Actually, learn what it's like to build your food around that. So when you do wanna take deficit like going down your two thousand calories, you know, what foods you might need to drop out to make that happen. But that way on a day when you might be a little bit over two thousand you also realize maybe you're not at maintenance either you're somewhere in between. So kind of knowing your maintenance calories as mission critical. Number two. It's keeping those alcohol and high maintenance calorie days to two per week. That's the goal that you're focusing on right now. Having five two thousand calorie days changing, our perspective on the whole lunch situation at work either eating before or after and having a little something there or strategically ordering an in kind of already knowing what you're going to get going in versus trying to to make it work for you with what's on the menu. And then ultimately remind yourself that your goal is to maintain the way you are. And then over time also if you want to work on continuing to lose and that every day you show up, and you do this work you track you show up you're doing this. It's another day of you, reinforcing positive behaviors. So like when you said you had consistently track for year. That's awesome. What we wanna do is get consistent with those kinds of behaviors. Even if you're eating that day was really not what you wanted it to be. It's just being consistent with those behaviors day in and day out over time. They're going to win out. Does that make sense? Yeah. Definitely. So you felt. This call was helpful for you today. Yes. I did. Thank you. So so much I've listened to the show for a couple of years now. And I just absolutely love it. I love hearing that. And can you do me a favor and Email me this week after you go to these luncheons, and let me know how you do. Yes. I will definitely do that other. Thank you so much. Absolutely. You take good care of yourself. Thank you for coming on
"two thousand calories day" Discussed on Half Size Me
"I've not seen the one where someone says. Nope, I wrote it all down Heather every cocktail every piece of pizza everything. I've eaten it's gotten in that food log and yet I've gained a miraculous fifty pounds back. How did that happen? Those two things can't co exist. Okay. Unless you're in a science lab, and somebody's intentionally overfeeding you and they're tracking your food, and it's with an intention. I'm talking about a free living subject doing their own thing. Okay. So if we're thinking about what is the most important is the consistency. With the tracking it's showing up everyday writing it down. But because I think you have a little bit of a mental struggle around the idea of. Wanting to hit that calorie deficit on the days that you're doing these behaviors you're probably not tracking everything because one you don't feel you can do it one hundred percent effectively or would exactly you eight. But Secondly, if you know, you're not gonna come close to your calorie target does that sometimes mentally shut you down to. Yeah. Way to eat something extra. If I know I've already like ruined for the day. Yeah. But over time what happens is because we shut down. We're not being consistent with tracking. We feel bad about ourselves. We then make a reason now to eat something else. Right. We continue that pattern of behavior where if you went into that day in you said, hey, this is one of my two days of going out with my friends and socializing I'm going to treat this as a maintenance day, I'm gonna pre track a couple of alcoholic drinks, a Monoprix track that dinner, I know I'm going to have it's all going to be in there. I'm going to go up to twenty four hundred calories. I'm gonna enjoy it. A man eat sensibly the rest of the day. That's you giving yourself permission. To do that behavior. Do you see the difference yet? Definitely. Okay. So if we keep it to those two now, the work luncheons, that's the other struggle point. Are you pretty much going to the same restaurants or is it? Switching restaurants all the time. We switched restaurants a lot. Okay. How do you typically order? What is your thought process? When you go in there. I try to look at the menu in advance to get an idea of like what I might be able to eat and then try and plan my other meals around it. But generally all order something something later, I feel I find it easier to eat healthier at those events than it is like going out with friends 'cause I don't know. Maybe it's I love my co workers, but maybe it's like a little special. I don't know. But I'll I I'll tend to get like a salad or like we went to an Italian restaurant weeks ago. I asked for like half of the pasta that they would normally serve to I'm trying different things. But I think what gets me there again, the the difficulty in like accurately tracking. That I've known people who bring food skills with them to the restaurant and tonight, just I don't I don't want to do that. Like, that's that's not a sustainable habit in my life. No. Yeah. That is not one I would recommend either. So assuming this is when your normal two thousand calorie days, there's a couple of approaches one if it's a restaurant that you already know lends itself to having food that works within your calorie budget, and you're like the food go with what you know. And you like, okay. So if it works within your calorie budget in something you actually enjoy eating go with that. But let's just say you go to this random talion restaurant. Do they have any kind of grilled chicken? Do you think on the menu anywhere? Probably. Okay. I have yet to really walk in a restaurant where they don't at least have some kind unless it's a pizza parlor even there. I can sometimes make that work..
"two thousand calories day" Discussed on Unmasking a Killer
"You know, he was still fit and strong. And now, he he definitely looks a lot older now that he's lost all that weight. This is speculation. But I'm not surprised losing weight. I mean, I wouldn't be surprised if he's trying to slowly kill himself just through normal life processes guy was wondering that is he you know. I mean, some people say certain people would never commit suicide because they're not there to cowardly. However, you feel about it. It's a difficult topic. But what is your take on that you feel like he could go through with that? Yeah. Joe? I think Joe lived with those secrets for so long. And he was so embarrassed when everything came crowd, he was so certain that he would never get caught. And he had everybody fooled for so long to have this all come crashing down on them. Like, you said now that he's seventy two and he has nothing lead. I mean, he has nothing left the house that he grew up in the neighborhood is all obviously doesn't want anything to do with them. I don't know how much family is trying to communicate with them now. And I wouldn't be surprised if he willingly just kind of faded out. Yeah. And then it's also, you know, he's not getting to work us that he used to. And he's not kind of getting the food that he was able to eat before. And you know, I'm sure they put him on a diet. You know, if calorie restrictions, and you know, when you're older, you gotta worry about heart disease, and all this other stuff, and the doctors in the jails are like, well, you know, we control what you eat. So here's a low sodium two thousand calorie day diet. I don't know, you know, they that alone will also have an impact or the food is just awful. Yeah. Yeah. I'm sure prisons, not you know, a Michelin rated restaurant or anything. But he I think it'd be the shame just so much. Shame from years of you thinking that you are smarter than everybody in rubbing it in people's faces, and so secure that you're never gonna get caught that when it finally happened. It was his entire life was just hiding those monstrosities. And now that they're all out in the open. It's like a UV light getting shown on. Bacteria were just it'll take away its life force, would you? If you got a chance to talk to him. Do you have questions for you have anything to say to them the one thing I'd like to know is if he really did poison our dog our family love that dog. Her name is brandy. And if I could ask them anything and get truthful answer, it would be whether or not he killed her dog. I don't know if he'll ever talk. And like you said, I don't think I think the question is even if he does what's the truth, right? So awesome. Well, listen, first of all thank you so much for coming onto the speaking with a sharing your insights into just if the Angelo I mean, it must be so surreal to find out a lifelong neighbor stands accused of being California's most prolific serial killer. So thank you for coming on and talking to us by your experience. Yeah. You're welcome. Thanks grant. Yeah. No problem. Glad I can help coming up next week the theory of the vice alia ransack her before the identification. Arrest of suspected Golden State killer Joseph de ngelo law enforcement was divided over whether the vice daily ransacking crime spree was connected to the Golden State killer, some belief it was and some believe it wasn't retired contra Costa county chief investigator, Paul holes originally believed it was not but publicly changed his mind about it and joins us again to explain what convinced him. Well, also, welcome back unmasking killer supervising producer Todd Lindsey to discuss devise alien ransack crime spree and some of the evidence and Emo characteristics that pointed to the Golden State killer. An for more on the Golden State killer case, you can watch the complete unmasking killer documentary series on demand with CNN go and the entire companion podcast series, including these new episodes is also available at apple podcasts. Spotify over ever you get your podcasts. I'm joked in soon, and I'm Biagio Messina. Thanks for listening.
"two thousand calories day" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
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Sign up bonus and get your holiday shopping done early with the refer friend promotion vet online dot AG, your online sports look. Expert. This is the Chad braver show. Thanks for joining us. So Stevens educated me, tell them about the coffee. Oh, well, it's called bulletproof coffee. But it's not really the there's a name brand bullet coffee, but fat in they'll have put butter in it and coconut oil. It is the brand. No, the brand doesn't is just the just wanting to call it what they call it. But you can take any coffee, and I put carry go butter in it. I rish pure Irish butter carrying MCTL, which is a refined coconut oil that your body processes easier. Just put it in there. Put it in there. That was weird for me like putting butter in your coffee. I don't I don't find that. So weird the oils weird to me butter is like thinking about cream it makes butter. So it's kind of the same. But you don't taste it. That's the thing. It makes your lips soft. When you drink that stuff off lips. Yes off lives. So that's a plus. But you drink drink the butter. It's melted in your coffee with a little shot a tablespoon of the. All which you can get off Amazon dot com, and we get what sports revolution brand, or whatever and source sports resource. Something I don't know. You'll see it's a black bottle. We we started getting a little travel packs the MCAT oil and put it in there. And you have to get your mind wrapped around it. So now our creek camera guys are TV crew they're all like trying to go. There are flirting with it. They're cutting their carbs. It's funny to watch. And they don't need to really lose any weight. You know? So so eighteen seventeen days of lost about twelve pounds doing this. A lot of people say, well, hey, you're just going to gain that weight right back. Well, you have to have a plan. Obviously, my plan was to go full month doing Kito and again in eight the bake and eat the right cheese. The eggs you need as many eggs as you want. I know that their eggs have gotten a bad reputation over the years. People say is going to increase your classroom. No eggs are really good for you. Now done in the wrong way, you load up on eggs, and you're eating the wrong things. Yeah. You fat? Just like you eat anything else. But I've been under two thousand calories. Day. I've been eating in the high fat seventy five percent of my say it does teach you a portion Portugal zero. And you learn that, and I did it really hard core for three or four months. And then after that lost that initial wait. I went to Sunday's as much day, and I don't even like to call it a cheat day. I just eat whatever I want. But most of the time I still stay low on the car's not on purpose. You know wife makes homemade waffles, and I ended up beaten half one and a my up full of dude last night Jade, and I went to eat after she picked me up from from where we were. We went down to this little food truck type thing and Fort Worth. And this one place was making these it wasn't a batter. Waffle. It was a DOE based waffle. So it was like a bread while. Oh, my Lord nice. I wanted a stack of them. And this dude tore off a piece of stuck in a my face. It was working. There was like just try it. It's great. And I was like I will slap that out of your hand get it out of my face. But no you want, you know, you get to the point where you want wide loved eat, some macaroni and cheese or some pasta or some, you know, those those kind of thin suggest like, you know, that one day a week whatever it is I'll eat a little bit. I'll eat a couple of tables your week man is party foul. That's just you had a bun last night abundant. You have a hamburger bun last night. I'll pulled it off. I told you. He texted me, he was in a weak moment. Steak. Mom, he goes I'm about. About water burger, and I'm looking at this hamburger. And I said get the bread off of it Steve. And he goes, I can't I'm weak, and I said pull the bun off now and throw it in the trash, and I did it. It does help with a support system is I was on the road with you nine or ten months trying and I was not sure about if were not give me another big mat with extra sauce extra sauce. I love my extra sauce in that coat in a diet coke, but I really don't cut all that stuff. They can order for you at every restaurant. We got to be okay with China. Cut out the diet cokes only in an emergency. When a half to have some phys because that's so bad
"two thousand calories day" Discussed on FoodStuff
"Oh. Okay. Noted. I, it's, it's not saying that you're definitely going to hallucinate on three cups of coffee. I mean, I think it's like three cups in a row. It's not like okay spread. Oh, okay. Let's see. You're doing all right, q. q.. I yeah, there's somebody or office and he. I bet. Like if he knew we were doing this episode, he knows he's gonna come up, Alex. Okay. Jake's decaf and everybody. We don't give him grief for it, but we're kind of confused by it. Right. Like why would you drink decaf anything? And I'm I'm like a scientist to a survey, like tell me more about this choice and he's always like, well, I think you might be drinking too much coffee now. I don't know. I don't want to help. You can't be right getting things to ponder post, defend depending on on a lot of things about your about your body weight. I think off the top of my head that like the the, the recommended dosage of caffeine over the course of a day is like no more than four cups of coffee for like a adult human person on. Like a two thousand calorie day diet kind of thing? I think so. I think I think in the end. That's yeah, you're fine. You're fine. Eat meals, drink water, you drink so much water any. I do. I look at this as we go. Therapy session. I'm like, you're, you're doing, you're doing just alright. I can't wait to do the episode on caffeine ho ho. That's that's a, that's a headache. Yep. Well, also caffeine withdrawal, headache, I know. Oh my gosh, they're the worst. I I know anyway visit from the green tea. Fairy. Aside back to the history t was the drink of choice in Britain by the eighteenth century, taking the place of both gin and your breakfast ale anytime of day it was teatime in aside from me all capitals, many exclamation points. No. Me and my friend lament so much that the breakfast beer is no longer because of World War One. From seventeen o one to seventeen eighty. One t went up from about sixty seven thousand pounds to almost five million pounds consumed. Yeah. Part of this was a drastic lifting of taxes instead of coffee houses. Londoners were now enjoying their t. at tea gardens. It was a whole thing. The most famous pleasure gardens had horseriding concerts fireworks ballrooms and orchestras boat trips, so much more. It makes sense. Then that tea's popularity made the hop across the pond to America in particular, the duchess new Amsterdam. This love of tea around Manhattan led to the installation of water pumps so that clean drinking water would be available to make t- well in big New England cities like say, oh, Boston, maybe nice porcelain. Tea sets were a sign of wealth. That all went away in seventeen sixty seven when the British taxed the import of tea and required all import a t be from the East India company. Two years later ports weren't allowing these goods to duck, and things boiled over win. Seven ships transporting t attempted to dock in Charleston, Philadelphia, New York and Boston. Yep. A group of angry fellas boarded one of the ships dressed as native Americans and tossed three hundred and forty chests of tea into the river. The Boston tea party in response England closed Boston Harbor. And soon after we get the start of the American or of independence see, don't tax Matisse. I don't take a lot of things not taxation without representation. Exactly. You get it. All right. So a brief overview of ti-time because we did talk about it in the whole episode. Yeah, you can check that one out if he'd like to. Yes, but briefly. So this meal got it. Start in Britain around the early eighteen hundreds. And as we discussed in that episode, the seventh duchess of Bedford usually gets the credit of the British tradition, which she started as a remedy for a sinking feeling. She experienced between the light refreshments of the early luncheon and the late dinner meal, and to stave off that stinks that stinking feeling. Well, I it does stink, but she called it a sinking feeling. She requested tea and light refreshments. Like those little sandwiches, we now call thi sandwiches in the afternoon. She invited friends and those friends started having their own times and inviting France. They are Tetons, and it spread like wildfire as did the gossip that was typical to share at a tea time. A whole tea industry came out of this fancy porcelain cups and teapots books on how to for teatime a stylish teatime might be known as low t. high tea at one time called meet t was something different. This sort of a family meal, heavy refreshments. In the nineteen hundreds teatime took on a whole new aspect. Tea dances sometimes called Tango teas since they were inspired by Argentine Tango and of note like we kind of touched on in that episode. This was sort of a male sanctioned way for ladies together, not calls too much trouble. I don't know what you're up to. I think. Yeah, I think it'd be okay of teas involved. And this was as Great Britain was spreading its influence, and along with that came tea and at the same time, Great Britain wanting to save some money decided they'd rather use opium to trade for TI with China, which led to wide spread addiction in China to opium in eighteen thirty nine China destroyed large shipments of opium from Britain. And the first opium war started soon after in waged on until eighteen forty, two Britain won the port of Hong Kong in trade of opium recompensed. Since you could still only get tea out of China, western European countries start competing to create the fastest ship. So as to get to the t. I and return to Europe and sell it for all the other ships, these were called clipper ships or sometimes tea clipper ships. The generally agreed upon first of this specific breed was launched from America in eighteen forty five and the firm. Ship arriving with t to sell, could get up to a ten percent premium on their cargo compared to leadership minute's pretty. Yeah, pretty hefty. Some this American clipper ship completed the trip to China and was back in New York in less than eight months. And for comparison, the East, India ships took over a year to make their journey. So burn was getting a little nervous and they debuted their own t Cooper ship five years later. And these could carry over a million pounds of tea. As more clipper ships entered the arena. Of course, of course, they raced the most well-known race took place in eighteen sixty six boasting forty participants. It was a three way. Tie the journey taking ninety nine days for the winners with the coming up steamships in eighteen seventies clipper ships faded away. A captain of British clipper ship the aerial described his vessel thusly, a perfect beauty to every nautical men who saw and symmetrical grace proportion of whole spars sails rigging and finish. She satisfy the, I put all in love with her without exception. Very light is gave her headway and I could trust her like a thing alive and all. Solutions? No, it really felt that that was. It eventually disappeared in eighteen seventy two just FYI I. But before that it came in second in this race. I mean three of the four competitors main competitors tied in that they've arrived on the same day, but it was still it was a huge nautical sporting event. So the ship that docked twenty five minutes earlier was seen as the overall winner. It's a big deal. Yeah. Inter- the British East India company, they wanted to be able to produce their own tea and not have to rely on China. They pegged botanist Robert fortune for the job, but injury he was hired to steal tea from China. So he put on disguise checked into perilous, t- regions and collected some tea trees and t- workers that he brought back with him to Darjeeling India, another employee of the East, India company, Charles Bruce. Convince some of his fellow employees to cultivate tea trees native to India's upper Assam on a commercial scale in eighteen thirty eight Assam tea from India, reached London, Indian teast read quite quickly after that after the crop of coffee failed in Ceylon in the eighteen sixties, they switched over to t- in eighteen seventies the East India company with pressure from Twining's collapsed in eighteen seventy four. And another big name and t James Lipton got into the business after visiting sailon. He was already a millionaire. Thanks to his grocery business. His slogan, direct from t- gardens to teapots t in Britain. Saw another monumental. Jump in tea consumption from almost twenty four million pounds in eighteen o one to about two hundred sixty million by nineteen o one. Well, tea from China accounted for only seven percent by that time. And this number would start to rise at the end of nineteen seventies so bored, Chinese tea. Coming back into the market. Meanwhile t never quite recovered in what you're not in the United States where coffee was the drink of choice. But it did experience a resurgence with debut of ice tea at the nineteen. Oh four, Saint Louis, world's fair. And this was sort of an accident to it was originally hot too, but it was a hot day, so no one was into it and the vendor iced it and I, it's t- now makes up eighty percents of America's t. market. It's a lot, but it doesn't surprise me. I mean, living in the south with sweet tea and everything. His surprises me, but I think it like when I think about it, it does make sense, but hearing that like that's a lot of the thi that is so hot. Another modern t invention made in America was the tea bag. There are competing origin stories for how it became popular. Is there there was a patent filed by two women from Milwaukee in nineteen. Oh one for this stitched fabric pouch. That was meant to allow tea leaves access to hot water and and expand to make a single Cup of tea. A few years later in nineteen. Oh eight, though. A tea merchant started using these small glued silk satchels to descend samples to his customers who unexpectedly used the MS single Cup in Fuser's like to the point that when they ordered the teas, they'd sampled and the TS arrived loose-leaf, the customers were like, dude, what? What? Why? Why is this not? Why is this loosely flies at none, those convenient bags. And so the merchant started selling t. In begs the strings and tags seemed to have been around since basically the beginning and bags originally came in pot size or Cup size. Uh-huh. In nineteen thirty one. These c. t. c. manufacturing process was developed by the superintendent of this of this British owned Assam India, tea estate, thus making it much cheaper and easier to produce black t. especially for backing and Lipton claims that they were the first to put the brewing instructions on the tag of those teabags perhaps around that time in nineteen forty nine. The folded double chamber bags that are still in wide use today. First appeared developed by a German tea company called Tikan or to Connie, possibly. The last London tea auction took place in nineteen ninety eight. And in two thousand three, the British Royal Society of chemistry ran some experiments and determined once and for all that the best way to fix yourself a Cup of tea. If you're gonna add milk is to add the milk to the Cup first and then pour the hot tea on top of that because otherwise, the larger surface area of the hot tea is going to d- nature some of the proteins in the milk creating off flavors to me. I know what a serious business. It is also, if you've ever heard that you can only have milk or lemon in your t it's because of the acids of the lemon can curdle the milk right in your Cup. So when I was talking about my experience of tea time and our teatime episode in Britain, and I added the milk afterward and then the limit on top of that, I made three mistakes not just to probably I didn't steep it correctly. Oh, I think it's pretty common for people to add the milk on top of the tea, but the lemon was definitely a faux pas. I said, and then episode she made sounds like. Ooh. In the night here muttering I might. We'll do I pour it out or do I have to stick? Do you do so firm? Yeah. Well, there's only one thing to do. Head for anything. But now, but now you know the science I do, but we have some more science for you. We do. But first we've got one more quick break for word from our sponsor.
"two thousand calories day" Discussed on The Body of Knowledge
"And a half marches and i was like oh you're going to actually reduce your calories by twothirds i want ten percent so i want you to order the same exact thing going through that last bite that sandwich out that's it that's only changer make you only need to reduce your caloric intake by about ten percent so if you're eating two thousand calories day that's two hundred calories and if you're splitting those calories oversee three meals that's what seven hundred calories day barbara seven are calories per meal right so you're talking seventy calories per meal that's a bite and actually that is much more likely to give you a long term success the number i think i mentioned this in the previous up so maybe not but it's only about one percent per week you only want to shoot for around one percent body weight loss per week because if not if it happens to fast is not sustainable switch it's a shocking how these roads have been parallel now you're finding a hanna jim that not only weight loss it's also the strength gain do what happens when you add twenty pounds to your squat in a week over two weeks or three eventually has no long sustainable in red so what happens joints can't handle joints what ready for it specifically wasn't ready for something gives outran so we've got a how sustainability over time and teaching specific information on my case is not sustainable because as the saying goes right fifty percent of the things i teach in class are wrong i just don't know what part is a fifty percent right.