Healthy Recipes Consuming 1400 calories in 20 minutes may support some individual’s caloric requirements in moderati


Consuming 1400 calories in 20 minutes may support some individual’s caloric requirements in moderation, but given that it likely equates to a large proportion of most individuals daily calories, frequent consumptions may eventually prove problematic.⁣

Therefore, instead of realizing ice cream consumption as a major problem and eliminating it completely (as the dieting zealots would have you do), you have 2 strategic options to make ice cream consumption less of a problem.⁣

Firstly, you can simply enforce portion control. Whether that be large, but sporadic consumptions over time, or small, regular consumptions over time. Both aligning with your caloric requirements.⁣

Or secondly, you can replace palatable, calorie dense ice creams with lower calorie ice cream alternatives with similar palatability. This allows you so consume high volumes of ice cream at much lower caloric costs. ⁣

Either, or a combination of both options are legitimate dietary choices. Though in this example, if a calorie deficit is the target, generous volumes of low calorie enjoyed food within caloric requirements is more likely to support adherence to an enjoyable calorie deficit. As opposed to unfulfilling quantities of higher calorie foods within those caloric requirements. The former is an opportunity which seems short sighted to ignore. 1280 calories at virtually four times the volume consumed across days and weeks, not 20 minutes. ⁣

Such opportunities are available across a multitude of foods. Where volume is equated for significantly fewer calories, the latter being of utmost importance for fat loss. 🙂 ⁣
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By @thefitnesschef_
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Consuming 1400 calories in 20 minutes may support some individual’s caloric requirements in moderation, but given that it likely equates to a large proportion of most individuals daily calories, frequent consumptions may eventually prove problematic.⁣

Therefore, instead of realizing ice cream consumption as a major problem and eliminating it completely (as the dieting zealots would have you do), you have 2 strategic options to make ice cream consumption less of a problem.⁣

Firstly, you can simply enforce portion control. Whether that be large, but sporadic consumptions over time, or small, regular consumptions over time. Both aligning with your caloric requirements.⁣

Or secondly, you can replace palatable, calorie dense ice creams with lower calorie ice cream alternatives with similar palatability. This allows you so consume high volumes of ice cream at much lower caloric costs. ⁣

Either, or a combination of both options are legitimate dietary choices. Though in this example, if a calorie deficit is the target, generous volumes of low calorie enjoyed food within caloric requirements is more likely to support adherence to an enjoyable calorie deficit. As opposed to unfulfilling quantities of higher calorie foods within those caloric requirements. The former is an opportunity which seems short sighted to ignore. 1280 calories at virtually four times the volume consumed across days and weeks, not 20 minutes. ⁣

Such opportunities are available across a multitude of foods. Where volume is equated for significantly fewer calories, the latter being of utmost importance for fat loss. 🙂 ⁣
-⁣
By @thefitnesschef_
-⁣
#icecream #icecreamlover #thefitnesschef #caloriedeficit #eatsmart #dessert #treat #fatlosstips #fatlosshelp #nutritioncoach #dieting #snacking #calories #losefat #weightloss #icecreamlove

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