I tried the 1200 kcal diet for a week
Hi everyone, welcome back to my channel I feel like I’ve been eating a bit too much lately, so I’m going to start losing weight and I want to keep track of how much I eat every day I’m using an app called my fitness pal, which I’ve used before But it’s only intermittently. I used it to try to record and found that I eat about 2700 to 3000 calories a day. I don’t think this amount is very healthy for my height. Sometimes it’s not because I’m hungry, too. When I’m bored, I also eat to pass the time.
Because of the epidemic, I don’t have much opportunity to exercise. As a result, I don’t exercise much and I’m usually very busy, so I plan to reduce my daily calorie intake to 1200 calories. How did it turn out after a week? Where did I read that if I cut my calorie intake by 500 calories a day, I could lose 0.5 to 1kg per week we can test the accuracy of this theory and see how much I can lose this week Then there is whether such a diet is healthy and whether it can maintain the initial weight for a long time: 56.3 kg.
I really want to drink hot ginger tea, but so far I have eaten 1160 calories today. A cup of ginger tea has 70 calories, so I plan to switch to one. Ginger candy I just remembered yesterday that I didn’t count the calories of the two eggs for dinner so I accidentally exceeded 132 calories. No way… I have to be very careful not to exceed the daily limit and also to keep a record of everything I ate. Not to mention that I was really hungry yesterday. I stayed up late to change my thesis and changed it to around 12 o’clock. I don’t know if it was because I didn’t eat enough during the day or if I ate dinner too early, and the calories I took in couldn’t last all night. This is the current Question…see how it feels tonight I lost a total of 2.8kg here are my thoughts on this 1200 cal meal plan so first, is this meal plan sustainable long term I would say yes. Can I last longer than a week? Of course, I can. Do I find it beneficial? The answer is yes, you don’t have to starve yourself on purpose.
Although every now and then you may feel a little craving for food, you’re still getting the nutrients you need. I think my sudden hunger pangs are probably due to my unbalanced diet. Replacing those “less healthy” intakes with healthy ones and eating more fruits and vegetables, I think this diet plan is good but will I continue to follow it? The answer is no mainly because it is a waste of time to keep a record of what I have eaten. I have no spare time, but I have to spend it on a recording. But I think that for people who are overeating or eat more than they need For many people, this diet plan will be particularly effective. I think that eating 1200 calories a day can indeed help lose weight and maintain a healthy weight for a long time. However, I think the body’s metabolism will adapt to this intake sooner or later. The longer, the more you lose because sooner or later your body will get used to this calorie intake It’s been three days since I stopped doing this diet and I’ve gained some weight now I’m back at about 54.4kg if you can’t follow this diet plan for a long time, once you stop, you may gain weight soon as well Hope you guys like this video, thank you for watching the end I want to do more videos about the diet plan, see you next time 🙂