Dr Oz: Why Am I Dieting & Not Losing Weight?
Fitness expert Chris Powell was back with Dr Oz to talk about why you can’t seem to lose weight, even though you are dieting. He said the secret is that everyone’s body is different, and you need to figure out how many calories you burn each day using his weight loss formula.
Dr Oz: Chris Powell Weight Loss Formula
If you want to lose weight on your own terms, you might need to try this personal formula calculation to get things straightened out. A woman from the audience said she has tried everything and even had her thyroid checked out to find out why she is not losing weight.
Does this sound like you? If so, Chris Powell has a formula that could be a game changer. Read on to discover how much you should be eating and why you might be stuck in neutral.
Dr Oz: How Many Calories Do You Burn In A Day?
How many calories can you eat in a day and still lose weight? It’s different for everyone, but here’s a simple way you can figure it out for yourself. This is Chris Powell’s weight loss formula.
Your Current Weight x 12 = Approximate Calorie Burn Per Day
The number you get will tell you a ballpark number of how many calories you burn every day. If you eat less than this number, you should unlock the key to weight loss.
Once you know this number, you will have more control over your ability to maintain or lose weight. You can tweak your diet and make small, healthy choices that can help you on the road to going down a size.
Dr Oz: How Many Calories Do You Eat In A Day?
Dr Oz’s audience volunteer shared her food diary on the show. Her magic number was 1,980 calories. An average day’s worth of food for her was 2,224 calories. She was surprised to learn how many calories she was eating in a single day.
But she is not alone. Dr Oz said a study showed that people think they eat about 20% fewer calories than they actually consume.