A Dietitian's Low-Calorie Diet Advice

 No true definition of a "low-calorie diet" exists, therefore you may be looking for more information on how many calories to eat and how to achieve this aim.

A low-calorie diet will vary for everyone, but there are some commonalities.

Before starting, visit your doctor, dietitian, or nutritionist to make sure it's good for you.

What can you eat low-cal? Low-calorie diets are recommended for weight loss. 

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Creating a calorie deficit with a low-calorie diet helps your body use its energy stores as fuel. 

Many obesity societies and guidelines recommend a 500–750-calorie deficit per day for weight loss on this diet, but consult your doctor first.

If you eat 2,000 calories per day, your low-calorie diet will be 1,250-1,500 calories per day to lose weight.

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