The Calpal Company Has Increased Production of Their Calorie Counter

Centennial, CO (PressExposure) November 09, 2009 -- The Calpal calorie counter is not to be compared to a pedometer. It is a calorie counter calculator geared to help a person accurately keep track of all calories consumed every 24 hours.

The Calpal Calorie Counter has an exclusive 24 hour calorie countdown allowing people to first calculate their Basal Metabolic Rate or BMR, which is the amount of calories burned every 24 hours based on a person’s weight, etc. Each day this person will have the total number of calories they are allowed to eat for that particular 24 hour period. Each time they eat food, they enter the total number of calories that food item contains and this subtracts that number. During the day, they have a visual reminder, making sure they do exceed, but stay below that total. When they accomplish eating fewer calories than they burn, they have lost weight that day.

The Calpal Calorie Counter unit is about the size of a pack of gum and can be carried in a person’s pocket, purse, or clipped on their clothing. This is an important factor for people to consider, because having the calorie counter on their person is a constant reminder to them that they are trying to lose weight, get healthy, and feel great.

The Calpal calorie counter has helped thousands of people worldwide reach their weight loss goals. The days of fad diets, goofy exercise routines and equipment, pills and potions, is over. Simply stated, if a person eats fewer calories than they burn, they will lose weight.

For more information on the Calpal Calorie Counter and to purchase a unit today, please visit their website at http://www.Calpal.com. Once you get to the website, you will have a lot of information right at your fingertips.

About Colorado Fitness, Inc.

Contact: Wade Morrison
1-866-290-0371
customersupport@calpal.com
Calorie Counter

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Press Release Submitted On: November 09, 2009 at 3:57 pm
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