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TERAULERSON Posts: 12
10/2/13 8:59 P

Thank you, I think I am just trying too hard I guess. I will go back thru that part of the book again. :-)

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10/2/13 8:56 P

I wouldn't drop to 1200 calories without a doctor's okay. You will be absolutely starving, especially if you are planning on exercising.

DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 27,101
10/2/13 8:27 P

Within the book there is a section with tips to drop the calories to 1200-1300.
It includes suggestions such as:
decreasing 1-2 of the daily snacks.
using a smaller amount of the entrée
etc.

This may help
Becky
your SP Registered Dietitian

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10/2/13 4:58 P

I'm not sure what you are asking... are you asking for ideas on a meal plan to hit 1200 calories? Are you asking if 1200 calories is a good plan in spite of what you have read on Spark saying to do 1500? Something else?

TERAULERSON Posts: 12
10/2/13 4:30 P

I need a little help, ok a lot of help! I read the Spark Solution and it is all for 1500 calories and I need 1200 to 1300 and possibly more along the lines 1200, and I am having just a weeee problem doing that.. Can anyone give me some help, ideas or advise? Thanks alot... I am about read to pull my hair out.. LOL emoticon

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