510 Min20 Min30 MinEasySmall Bowl Nutrition Per Servingcalories 184total Fat 11gcholesterol 0mgtotal carbs 11gIngredientsInstructionsRinse the tofu and press dry using a towel or paper towels. Cut into 1 inch chunks. Season with salt and pepper. In a small bowl,...
Following a 100-200 calorie diet typically means consuming 1000 to 1500 calories per day (counting 4-5 meals a day). This creates a calorie deficit that can lead to weight loss or generally a healthy lifestyle. It can be effective, but it requires a lot of discipline in order for it to work and be safe.
Most medically supervised diets allow you to have up to five 150-200 calorie meals per day during a weight loss phase but what should you do if you are on a reduced calorie diet, and you just fall off the plan and overeat? Should you just not eat the rest of the day and have a few lower calorie days than usual to make up for it and average it out or something? Well, it all depends on why you’re on a reduced calorie diet.
If limited calories are immediately critical to your health, figure out your calorie quota for the week and “absorb” the calories by shorting each of the next 6 days by 300 calories or so. Just don’t punish yourself for the excesses by depriving yourself enough that you feel as if you need to reward yourself with another day of overeating.
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