March 7th, 2005

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BMR calculator

VERY helpful in figuring out how many calories you "need" a day to survive-- and from there you can figure out how many you want to have.

No wonder I always gained weight so easily on the "normal" 2000 a day. My BMR is 1445.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: That number is just what your body burns normally, at rest, on its own. If you exercise or even just move around during the day, it'll burn more.

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I can't find the sheet I need to write out my essay on the French revolution, so until I find it again.. here's a question.

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On a side note/discussion.. Who's your favorite TV chef? .. mine's Jamie Oliver. :D
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i'll post new posts whenever i feel like it that i think will benefit ya'll, as well as conveying the point that mental states are very affected by diet and lifestyle. so they'll all be promoting health. the text is taken from 'The Optimum Nutrition Bible' by Patrick Holford unless otherwise stated.