Calorie Diets by Marci Sloane
Marci’s 1,200 to 2,000 Calorie Diets
I’ve developed an easy way to plan your meals around calories. Although, these are especially designed for people who have diabetes, they are just plain healthy diets for anyone. I’ve included suggested foods and serving sizes for breakfast, lunch, dinners and snacks for an entire day for the following daily calorie intakes.
1,200 Calorie Diet
1,400 Calorie Diet
1,600 Calorie Diet
1,800 Calorie Diet
2,000 Calorie Diet
Just how many calories are correct? Read the this article that includes the FDA’s Counting Calories Chart, or contact your doctor or dietitian.
Marci SloaneMarci Sloane, MS, RD, LD/N, CDE, is a registered and licensed dietitian/nutritionist and certified diabetes educator. She grew up in NYC where she graduated with a degree in Nutrition and Physiology from Teachers College at Columbia University.
For over a decade, Marci managed a Diabetes and Nutrition Education Center at a multi-bed hospital in South Florida and has been counseling people on healthy eating, weight loss, and managing diseases and conditions such as: diabetes, pre-diabetes, healthy eating, heart disease, weight loss, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, hypertension, hypoglycemia and a host of other nutrition-related diseases.
Marci is an American Diabetes Association Valor Award recipient and lectures frequently to the public and healthcare professionals. Marci was a featured panelist for the Sun-Sentinel's "Let's Take It Off" weight loss program, was highlighted in the Palm Beach Post: Meet Your Neighbor, "Woman's book on healthy eating uses humor as a key ingredient" and was a participant in their Diabetes Series in 2007. Marci Sloane is a member of the American Diabetes Association’s Health Professional Committee.
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