The total number of calories a person needs daily varies depending on a whole lot of things, such as your age, height, weight, and how busy you are. (Obviously, if you’re a half-marathoner, you are likely to need more calories than if you rarely hit the gym.) Estimates range from 1,600 to two,400 calories daily for adult women, per the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which is a fairly big range. If you’re not certain where you stand, it does not hurt to check in with a registered dietitian for a consultation|It does not hurt to check in with a registered dietitian for a consultation if you’re not certain where you stand|It doesn’t hurt to check in with a registered dietitian for a consultation, if you’re not sure where you stand–he or she ought to be able to give you a good|a goal calorie count|you a goal calorie count that is good|a goal calorie count that is good to you|a fantastic|a goal calorie count to you to start with. Or, should youn’t have the time or budget|budget or the time for that, Cording recommends looking up an energy estimate calculator online and getting a general idea from that|getting a general idea and looking up an energy quote calculator online. Be a bit flexible. “Some people get a calorie number in their mind but it may not be the right fit for them–they are so hungry they can’t adhere to it,” Cording states.
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