Nobody Wants To Count Calories

According to research from the Dietary Guidelines Alliance, 82% of American parents think it's important to consume whole grains, lean meats, low-fat dairy, fruits and vegetables. 74% of the people surveyed were convinced that balancing food and beverage intake with physical activity was a healthy choice. Unfortunately, only 14% said they paid attention to the number of calories consumed by family members.

True Strength Moment: The easiest way to make sure your body burns up the calories consumed through food and beverages is to know the approximate number of calories your body burns during a typical day's activities and to have a general idea of the number of calories you consume. Most people think that's a good idea, but hardly anyone wants to make the effort. The rewards go to those who are focused on results.
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