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How to easily cut 500 calories every day

OHMYGOSSIP — Losing weight requires taking in less calories than your body needs. To lose one pound in a week, you need to have a deficit of 3,500 calories, or 500 every day. Here are easy ways to cut 500 each day to add up to a one pound weight-loss.

1. Meal Swaps Throughout the Day
Swaps at breakfast, lunch and dinner will help you effortlessly cut more than 600 calories throughout the day. You won’t even notice!

2. Eat Eggs at Breakfast
Those who eat two eggs for breakfast eat 400 calories fewer throughout the day, than those who don’t! Try them hard boiled, scrambled or poached!

3. Cut the Soda
If you are a soda-drinker, this can be one of the easiest ways to lose weight. Swap your soda for sparkling water or water infused with fruits or vegetables like cucumber, citrus, strawberries – calorie-free and so much better for you!

4. Give Commercial Cardio a Try

Cardio like jumping rope or running in place can help burn 10 calories a minute – use the commercials to move and you could burn 300 calories while watching your favorite shows!

Better yet? Add some strength moves (like pushups, weights, lunges) during the show for even more calorie burn.

5. Don’t Eat in Front of the TV
Eating in front of the TV means you’ll eat almost 300 calories more. If that’s not motivation enough to bring your meal to the table (dining room, not coffee!) I don’t know what is!

6. Burn 500 Calories in a 30 Minute Workout

Not ready to swap out your soda quite yet? Bump up your workouts! These routines will help you burn 500 calories in 30 minutes, no hours-on-the-treadmill here!


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