You've determined that your total caloric intake should be 1500 calories per day.
This is a a good baseline intake for most people. One of the issues is that the most common diet is about 1,800 calories per day and the extra 300 calories adds up to a slow and steady weight gain (that most folks experience over a long time).
For taller people 1,500 calories will work for weight loss pretty well because they need about 1,800 calories to maintain their weight.
The calculations that choose the amount of calories in The Dr. Gourmet Diet Plan Plan allow for 1,500 calorie diets as the middle ground.
On the 1500-calorie per day plan, you will eat
Over the years lots of medical research has shown that losing weight and eating healthy are not about restricting carbohydrates or fat or protein (or any other silly fad diet). It’s about calories. And eating well and eating healthy is not about just any calories. It’s about the quality of the calories you eat. That's why we've changed our name to The Dr. Gourmet Diet Plan.
Eating quality calories - delicious, healthy calories - makes a successful, healthy diet plan.
With our name change comes new features!
There’s still the 2 week menu planner, shopping lists and delicious healthy recipes. We are still the only plan that offers you the ability to create menus for your whole family. We have not changed the choices for those challenged by health issues such as Coumadin use, lactose intolerance or acid reflux. Our Comfort Food Diet Plan users will find all their recipes and menu plans.
The Quality Calorie Diet Plan now offers: