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How Important is Counting Your Calories?

Losing Weight involves Counting Calories which is necessary if you have no idea what foods are high or low in calories. It's t very important to keep your daily calorie intake at your intended level. It's important to know how many calories your favorite foods or just the foods you intend to eat have.

The calculator below is simple to use, it calculates your ideal calorie intake based on your sex, hieght, wieght, and age.

1. Select your sex, height, weight add what you intend to eat and near the top the calculator keeps a daily total.

2. Look for your total.

Five Quick Tips to Burn 100 Calories

Did you overeat at dinner and need to burn a few calories? You don’t have to run to the gym to burn those extra calories; you can do it in the comforts of your own home. Here are five ways to burn 100 calories quick!

Get out in the garden. Twenty minutes spent in the garden working the soil with your spade and shovel is an excellent way to burn 100 calories. In addition, you get to enjoy the fresh air, the birds singing and smell the flowers.

Get moving with a manual lawn mower. If you are environmentally conscious, investing in a manual push mower is ideal for you. Not only are you sparing the air of noxious fumes but you can burn 100 calories just by pushing the mower around your lawn for 15 minutes.

Kudos to the snow shovel. If you live in a snowy region, you can expect to burn 100 calories with only 15 minutes of snow shoveling. This is the ultimate in multi-tasking!

Walk It Off. The good old standby, the brisk walk, will burn 100 calories. Just a 15-25 minute walk will do it. Share the calorie burn and walk with your lover or friend.

Take the stairs. Just five minutes of stair climbing will burn more than 100 calories so get up and run for the stairs.

With little effort or the right exercise equipment, you can get moving and burn 100 calories in record time.

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