I need some guidance please.

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  1. amethyst

    amethyst Banned

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    I am 5 foot 7, and weigh near to 17 stone :eek: Omg All the weight i lost in the past has just piled back on. :(

    Anyway I have started tesco shakes today, one for the morning, maybe one for lunch or a cup of soup and a sensible dinner? But with my work i may need a sensible lunch then cup a soup or shake for when i get home from work late evening.

    How do i work out how many calories i need? For dinner chicken breast, veg, little potatoe and bisto gravy ? Perhaps some stuffing too. And snacks because i not keen on fruit i would rather special k mini's, and rivita with tesco light cheese spread.

    I will start exercise next week as at the moment i am to tired and will be withdrawing. I will start walking my little one to playschool as of tomorrow.
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  3. .Nicki.

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    best thing to do is register with a calorie counting site, most popular one is Free Calorie Counter, Diet & Exercise Journal | MyFitnessPal.com
    When you register it will give you a daily calorie limit based on your details and you can use it to track food and weight. I'm doing a slimfast calorie counting mix and i use this, makes life alot easier.
  4. rebecca1608

    rebecca1608 Full Member

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    I weigh a little more than you and my rosemary conaly consultant advised me 1700, but this will go down as you loose weight. BEst advise is to have a look at the link above. Fittness pal is great and really helps you start on track. Good luck.
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