Nobody pushes calories in/ out as the WHOLE solution. It’s a shorthand. Everybody that pushes it knows, and explains when necessary, that underneath all that calories in/ out is nutrition, vitamins, protein, and not reducing calories in to starving. There’s a reason why all the organizations that help people manage calories in/ out all say healthy weight loss averages 2 pounds a week, because they are pushing people AWAY from starvation level. Pretty much you’re the only one out there saying it’s simple with no other stuff, out here in reality where people actually USE IT to successfully remove and keep gone 70 pounds (me) we understand that’s the quick way to say it but there’s a lot more to it.
>>Pretty much youre the only one out there saying its simple with no other stuff, out here in reality where people actually USE IT to successfully remove and keep gone 70 pounds (me) we understand thats the quick way to say it but theres a lot more to it.<<
Read the thread, lots of people are saying the same. And others in the Health industry that don’t have big lobbying groups.
You may think, calorie in/calorie out is shorthand. Talk to anorexics and bulimics. To them it’s set in stone. Sorry, I worked Psych. Unless one is seeing a nutritionist, “calorie in/calorie out” can be dangerous. Especially for young women.