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Think losing weight is a big deal? Not if you take it 100 calories at a time. You wouldn’t think that two little words could be so daunting. But there they are, staring at you from the top of your new year’s resolutions list in big, fat, bold letters:
Don’t let them intimidate you. Losing weight doesn’t have to be so hard. In fact, if you break it down into bite-size choices, the task is manageable—and achievable. To lose one pound, you need to burn or avoid about 3,500 calories. Sound like a lot? Not if you spread it out over several meals and a few days.
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