There are a number of competing diets out there, all with their various proponents. However, one thing that everyone fundamentally agrees upon is that, to lose weight, you have to burn more than you take in. This, in turn, is the underlying premise of the simple CICO – Calories In, Calories Out – diet. This diet works through the user’s implementation of strict calorie accounting measures. It is agnostic as to the source of those calories, so allows significant dietary flexibility, but also has accompanying downsides as well.
- Calories in, Calories Out (CICO) is one the newest fads focusing on burning what you eat
- It can work for some people, but like any diet please work with your doctor to determine that
- The good thing it is flexible, since what you eat isn’t as important as how much
“By reducing your caloric intake and upping your exercise, you expend more calories than you take in, which is essentially the key to successful weight loss.”
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