The findings across the board: always buy the bigger pie. The bigger the pizza, the cheaper the slice.
It’s akin to looking at the “price per sheet” breakdown in the fine print at the grocery store, and opting to lug home 24 rolls of toilet paper instead of four.
The best bit about the graph: It’s entirely interactive, so you can move a slide along its X-axis to find out how much money you might be saving by buying a bigger pie
I mixed up a package of Salmon with a little Stove Top Suffing, a little broccoli, Green Onions and a little blue cheese. Put is all in the smart chopper. Cooked it in one of those small frying pans with Pam, not oil or Butter. Put the mixture from the Smart Chopper loose in the pan on High till is sizzled. Added 2 mixed eggs to the pan and added some Happy Salt to taste. Let the eggs cook for less than a minute then cut the heat back and added the peppers to the top. Turned it carefully after, of I say 5-8 minutes. Server With Cous Cous and Green Beans
One pound equals 3500 calories; so, to lose 1 pound the body must burn 3500 calories. One Quarter pound is 875 calories, In addition, according to researchers at the University of Tennessee Medical Center, the minimum safe caloric intake for women is 1200 and 1500 calories for men.
Multiply your current weight by 15. This is the total number of calories you can consume per day to maintain your current weight
200 x 15 = 3000
3000 - 875 = 2125
In this case if you eat less that 2000 calories a day for the next 80 days you should lose 20lbs by this first week of spring.