4 Ways to Lose Weight Without Counting Calories

“Eat less, move more.”

Classic doctors’ advice that really over-simpifies weight loss.

The reality is that different foods affect hunger and hormones in different ways and in that sense all calories are not equal.

In this video we’re looking at 4 things you can do to lose weight, without ever counting a single calorie…

The last one is by far the most overlooked and something we’ve spoken about many times here on Care2.

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Quanta Kiran
Quanta Kiran2 years ago


Siyus Copetallus
Siyus Copetallus2 years ago

Thank you for sharing.

Nellie K Adaba
Nellie K Adaba2 years ago

Thank you

Natalie Gagnon
Natalie Gagnon2 years ago

Thank you for advices.

Margie FOURIE2 years ago

Just avoid junk/fast foods.

Debbi -.
Debbi -2 years ago

When we read these articles or see videos on diets, remember that one size does not fit all. Our body's needs are not exactly uniform. Each of us has to discover what works best of us.

Ron B.
Ron B2 years ago

Oh heck, just use some willpower and don't eat so much! Only eat when you're hungry and always stop when you're full and never a fatty you shall be...in most cases anyway. And now it is time to start ducking all of those rotten tomatoes heading my way. Hey, at least this involves some exercise for all concerned.

william Miller
william Miller2 years ago


M G.
M G2 years ago

Malware detected on the video, Jennifer F. mentioned. Also Authority Nutrition is a low carb high fat diet "supporter," so meat eaters should be happy; vegans not, as AN totally biased against. Not sure what vid says but I'd agree with the "Eat less, move more" generally. I mean, people totally overeat, duh. All-you-can-eat's? You eat the entire portion at restaurants?? :o Always driving and not walking. White flour & sugar; not enough whole grains (carbs!) to keep you satiated, so you wn't binge because of "white" empty calories. And don't forget the soda & juice - you need that overload of sugar & extra calories?' Water much better. And pre-made, packaged food (aside from whole rice, pasta, oatmeal (soo healthy), etc.), how can that ever be healthy with all those preservatives? And artificial sweeteners actually make you binge... GL!

Jessica K.
Jessica K2 years ago

Would have preferred an article over a video. Thanks.