Centennial, CO (PressExposure) August 27, 2009 -- Calpal calorie counter is a small device, about the size of a pack of gum; actually smaller, that a person carries throughout the day helping them keep track of all the calories eaten and then burned.
Randy, a Calpal calorie counter user says, âI hit the gym about four to five times per week and really put forth the effort, but my biggest hang-up is my diet. I like hamburgers, pizza, pasta and so on. With the Calpal calorie counter I really think twice before I eat a double Whopper with cheese, add bacon. Before I get to the drive thru, I input the number of calories that the Whopper contains and my conscious wonât let me eat it. I then make a better choice. At the end of the day, I check my Calpal calorie counter and feel the success of knowing that I lost weight.â
The Calpal calorie counter, along with the Pocket Calorie Guide helps people track both their calorie intake and also the number of calories burned through-out the day. At the end of every day, a person will see if they consumed more calories than what they burned during the day. Simply put; if you consume more calories than what you burn, you will gain weight.
Most diets set people up for failure. With the Calpal calorie counter, you can still eat the same foods, but in moderation.
âIâm a pretty healthy guy and I have tried different diets over the years. I have tried the all protein diets that have made me feel like I was going to be sick (I have to have carbohydrates, or I will not have any energy). I have also tried diets that the food ends up tasting like a bad piece of card-board only making me binge on all the bad foods, thus making me gain more weight; all in the wrong places. With the Calpal calorie counter, I have been able to enjoy the same foods, but in moderation. Once I started to lose weight, I have been choosing better foods, without giving up taste.â Randy continued.
For more information on the Calpal calorie counter and to start losing those unwanted, unhealthy pounds, please go to http://www.Calpal.com today.