ive been walking past 2 yrs no matter what the weather does..ok i avg 3-4 miles aday..but like days it snows deep i dont but i eat less also..today been 1 mile i do sets of 1,2,1=4
my questshion is. im a dibetic i eat whole grains alot..i eat oatmeal 2x aday this takes me threw 2 miles..i also carry a bottle juice in case a sugar drop,and belive me they happen..
i avg a day cal,s 1800 or so..what happens if i up the ca,ls to 2000 aday?? cuz my age and meds im on i avg every 4 miles i burn 475 aday and eating 1800 to me isnt much weight loss..even i noticed mussle mass decling..
i,m 224 was 310 in 2000..legs solid,,got alot loose skin overall not bad from 310 pounds in 2000..
what do you eat at age 50 or above..and walking 3-4 mph oh and how manny cal,s do you eat
whatever you can help me understand to make my walking help me lose more weight..my doc wants me to lose 2 pounds a week,,thats not going to happen i told her...srry about my spelling
Well, the dietary intake should depend on the basic metabolic profile (height, weight, gender, BMR etc) and the physical activity. And it is difficult to comment specifically without knowing the relevant clinical details. While the calorie intake is important, it is also important how it is distributed in different food portions (carbohydrates, proteins, fat etc). I would suggest consulting a dietician/ nutritionist for charting an appropriate diet plan.
Hope this is helpful.
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