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THE NEW MATH: FINDING THE PROPER CALORIE COUNT (PART 2)


To get the number of calories needed to maintain weight at its current level (setpoint), choose one of the categories that best fits the amount of physical exercise your husband has in a regular day (not a weekend) and multiply his current weight by the number next to his category on this chart.

Using this technique, I would take my husband's old weight 240 and multiply it by 13 to get 3,120! To find the number of calories he should be eating to reach a particular new weight, multiply the desired weight by one of the numbers on the chart. If I thought my husband should weigh 200 pounds, his reduced calorie intake would be 200 X 13 = 2,600. That's a 500 calorie difference, approximately, and believe me, 500 calories can be taken out of a daily routine merely by skipping a few drinks or a piece of pie and a bedtime snack.

I did not use the chart method to figure out how many calories to cut out of Mike's diet, but merely threw up my hands in horror and withdrew an arbitrary 1,000 calories from his life. It is harder to cut out 1,000 calories than 500 and go undetected, but I wanted results and felt I could handle the gamble. It worked!

• If he eats 500 calories a day less, he will lose one pound a week.

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