1500 calorie meal plan

Why A 1500 Calorie Meal Plan?

Because calories are the key to losing weight. If you want to lose weight you need to chomp your way through less calories than you are using up.

Most people use more than 1500 calories.

People assume that weight loss means exercise, and lots of it. But the fact is that you are using calories right now. Every second of every day those calories are burning up and your body is using up your reserves.

All you have to do is eat less calories than your body is burning up. Its not rocket science.

Most people will lose weight if they eat a 1500 calorie diet or less. The average amount of calories a person needs to maintain their current weight is between 1700 and 2200 calories.

This means that if you eat 2000 calories, you wont loose weight but you also wont put any on.

How can you find your current maintain calorie levels? Its easy, multiply your current weight by 12 and this will give you a rough idea.

A 1500 calorie plan is usually a great way to lose weight steadily. You wont be too hungry but you will still lose weight.

What Does 1500 Calories Look Like?

It looks surprisingly nice!

Breakfast will be your lightest meal, try to stick to 300 calories, lunch you can splash out a little, maybe 400 calories, leaving a whole 800 calories for your main evening meal.

In reality, most people wont do this, they will splash out on snacks or a large lunch and then end up with a teeny weeny evening meal. Although this will still work it makes your 1500 calorie meal plan ridiculously difficult to stick to.

Try and keep it varied and spread the calories throughout the day, you will find it much easier to stick to the diet.

The 1500 Calorie Diet Still Takes Willpower! But there are easier ways, the venus diet advertised to the side is one of the best.

steph

Owner and editor of Dietsupermarket.com