The End Of The Best Diet Plan

If you’re reading this, then it appears that you’ve made it all the way to the end of my free (and awesome) guide to creating The Best Diet Plan. Sweet!

At this point, I have just 4 things left to say.

1. Congrats!

First of all… congratulations are in order.

You’ve now learned more about diet, nutrition, and how to get the results you want than the majority of the population will ever learn in their lifetime. Congrats!

2. Put It To Use!

I hope you liked the guide and actually use what you’ve learned to create the diet plan that will work best for you and your specific goal.

Because honestly, reading and learning and understanding is great and all, but the only way it’s truly going to work is if you actually put it into action. So… do that.

3. But Wait, There’s MORE! So Much More!

Believe it or not, I still have a TON of information to share with you here at A Calorie Counter.

While The Best Diet Plan was pretty damn comprehensive, there actually is a whole lot of stuff that I purposely left out, skipped over or just felt didn’t fit right as a part of this guide.

And the more I think about, the more I realize just how much additional important and useful stuff there is to say about diet, nutrition, supplements, losing fat, building muscle, and really just improving your diet, your health and the way your body looks or performs.

Luckily, I fully plan on sharing all of it right here on a regular basis. To make sure you never miss any of it, be sure to subscribe to A Calorie Counter via email using the form directly below this article or on the top right side of this page.

You can also subscribe via RSS if you prefer it.

4. Give Me Your Feedback!

And last but not least, I want to hear your feedback. In fact, I want 3 different kinds of feedback.

  1. First, I want to know what you thought of the guide.
    I want to know what you liked best, what section was most useful, what you wish I covered in more detail or explained better, what you felt was missing (if anything), and basically your thoughts and opinions on the guide itself.
  2. Second, I want to answer your questions.
    If you had any questions about any aspect of diet or nutrition, creating your diet plan, reaching your specific goal (losing fat, building muscle, etc.), or anything else while reading any part of this guide, just leave a comment below and ask me. I will answer.
  3. Third, I want to hear how well it’s working for you.
    Once you start using the information contained in this guide, guess what’s going to happen? You’re going to start getting the results you want. Sounds good, huh? Trust me… it is. And when that starts happening for you, I want to hear all about it in the comments below.

The End

Well, that’s about it.

Once again I hope you liked the guide (and if you did, be sure to tell your friends about it) and I hope you actually use what you’ve learned from it.

I also hope you subscribe because I plan on writing similarly awesome and useful guides in the future.

And again, if you have any questions, comments, feedback or just want to tell me how well it’s working for you, just leave a comment below.

Enjoy your results.

(This article is part of a completely free and amazingly awesome guide to creating the absolute best diet plan possible for your exact goal and preferences. Check out the entire guide here: The Best Diet Plan)

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  • Issac July 27, 2014 at 9:32 pm

    If I want to lose fat and build muscle at the same time should creatine be part of my supplements?

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  • Dana July 28, 2014 at 5:13 pm

    First of all thanks for having the balls to write about all the bullshit that is going on about weight loss.
    This guide has been an eye opener!

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  • Ohm July 29, 2014 at 1:42 pm

    I’m an obese one searching for plan to get in shape.
    I found your article so amazing.
    Your guide is so clear and easy to adapt for each one.
    It makes me think it’s possible for my routine. I’m making my plan now.
    Thanks a lot. ;)

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    • ACalorieCounter July 31, 2014 at 9:36 pm

      You’re quite welcome. Be sure to update again and let me know how you’re doing.

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  • Aaron July 31, 2014 at 2:50 am

    First, I just wanted to say that I found this guide to be very helpful. I really enjoyed the way you wrote it and found it very accessible. There are definitely several things I will take from this and implement in my own life.
    I did however have a question.
    At one point you say that if you are not getting enough calories, you CANNOT build muscle. While I understand caloric intake is important, it seems to me that if you are getting plenty of protein, fats, carbs, and sending the right signals to your body that say muscle must be built, muscle will be built. You could be losing fat at the same time (if you are in a slight caloric deficit), and that energy could account for some of the energy needed to build the muscle you are putting on. Is this not possible? It seems like there has to be a way of losing fat and gaining muscle simultaneously.

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    • ACalorieCounter July 31, 2014 at 9:37 pm

      It’s possible, it’s just that most people aren’t capable of making it happen. Read this one for a full explanation.

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  • Linda August 01, 2014 at 7:47 pm

    This is the best description and info I’ve read in years on getting the right amount to eat and specifically how many, cal. , proteins, fats and carbs. Thank you.

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  • john August 04, 2014 at 8:19 pm

    Hey man. I think your guide does a pretty good job of explaining the basics of nutrition to a beginner but there are some points I would like to make.

    1. Regarding carbs, I think that there should be a bigger mention to fiber and its importance, as well as its recommended intake ( 15gr/1000cals perhaps). Also, the glycemic index is overrated and it just adds unnecessary worries

    2. The article about pre/post workout nutrition is a bit outdated ( all these things about high glycemic carbs after training and whey/dextrose shakes as well as the narrow timing)

    3. the idea of cheat meals 1-2 per week is a bit outdated too believe. Instead, the flexible dieting rule of 90/10 (fitting treats into your daily targets) seems like a more balanced and sustainable approach

    I was wondering if you ever plan to update your guide cause I’ve noticed in your recent articles you follow an approach similar to the points I made above.

    Thanks a lot

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    • ACalorieCounter August 06, 2014 at 10:05 pm

      Yup, I’d agree with all 3 points. Most of this guide was written in 2010, but certain stuff (mainly the stuff about pre/post workout nutrition and cheat meals) was originally written back in 2007 and just inserted into this guide when I was putting it together.

      I definitely wouldn’t consider anything in those articles bad or truly wrong, just a bit outdated. And I do plan to update it one of these days.

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  • Joe August 06, 2014 at 9:40 pm

    What would you class as ‘moderately active’ or ‘very active’?

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    • ACalorieCounter August 06, 2014 at 10:07 pm

      Honestly? I wouldn’t even bother classifying it. Just take your best guess.

      Remember, this calculator exists to give you an estimated starting point. The key step is to then consistently consume this amount of calories and monitor what happens as a result. Is your body doing what you want it to do at the rate it should be? If so, awesome. The estimate was accurate. But if not… adjust up or down until it is. That’s what truly matters here.

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  • Jessie August 08, 2014 at 2:52 am

    Thanks for doing the Best Diet Plan! I learnt so much and I love the way it is set out in order. I will definitely be recommending this to other people!

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  • Cris August 11, 2014 at 3:41 am

    I’ve just spent my entire afternoon and evening reading and calculating. This guide is so clear and well written that I’m sure I’ll be coming back to it time and again.

    I’ve tried the “standard” 1,200 calorie diet for years, but have been so irritable and lethargic that exercise is just gruesome and impossible. I’ve taken a recent interest in weight training and have spent four (clueless) weeks in my basement with a set of free weights, still eating mountains of bagged salad and wondering when all of the fabled energy and feelings of well being are going to come. Needless to say, my results have been disappointing.

    I’ve been reading so many confusing and conflicting articles regarding nutrition for women who want to lose weight and gain strength. This is the first one I’ve found that not only makes sense of what my body needs, but WHY it needs it. I was just about ready to give up on the whole idea, but now am energized and excited to start over again.

    I think I even saw a workout plan link somewhere :) ….

    Anyways, thank you, thank you, thank you for the time you spent on this. It’s a game changer for me.

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    • ACalorieCounter August 15, 2014 at 12:41 am

      You’re welcome, you’re welcome, you’re welcome! ;)

      Be sure to update again at some point and let me know how well things are going.

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