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KaciQ tracking your calories eaten and your exercise is the simplest way to do it. You can't really track every calorie burned, it would be too exhaustive. Annelova explained the "net calories" well. One twist you can make quicker progress if you stay at, or under your red line calorie goal for the day, AND you exercise. (so, if you exercise, don't necessarily eat MORE calories than the red line on the graph.) Then you will be creating a bigger caloric deficit, and will lose weight faster. It's more of a "crock pot" process, and not a "microwave", so keep that in mind. (it will take about 3 4 weeks to start seeing results.) For example I have to eat 1295 cal per day in order to lose 1.5 lbs per week. So, I target my eating toward that. But, I also exercise, so, the calories burned count as well. So: I eat 1295 calories, and burn 395 calories (for example). That means my net calories for the day is 900 (1295 395=900). (I have an additional 300 calories of caloric deficit. If I did that for 12 days (300x12=3600), I will lose an extra pound (3500cal = 1 lb), in addition to the normal 1.5 lbs per week the MyPlate is guiding me to. The bigger caloric deficit, the faster the weight loss. Slow, steady weight loss is the best, as you know. Hope this helps. Joe