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I only take in 1000 calories a day I have been only takeing in 1000 calories aday for a month now. And i don't eat after seven. I have lost 23 pounds already. Is this safe?
Hello. : Hello. I see a bunch of tags here to include "eating disorders" and "eating disorder treatment". If you have been formally diagnosed with an eating disorder and are under treatment, then you would have developed a healthy eating plan with your treatment team. 1, 000 calories per day is quite low. You stated you lost 23 pounds, but if you were already underweight than it would not be safe. If i was to tell you that your eating plan is right or not right for you, i would be undermining your treatment and your treatment team. Please work with them to figure out what is best for you. ...Read more
A calorie is the amount of heat energy needed to increase a mililiter of water 1 degree centigrade, the calorie we talk about in foods is really a kilocalorie, that is the amount of energy needed to increase a liter of water 1 degree centigrade... So if you eat a food that is 500 calories that food if burned completely has enough energy to heat a liter of ...Read more
Are you exercising?: If not, i hope you will take up a fitness-focused lifestyle. The truth is that nobody counts calories in real life. You'll lose or gain fat depending on whether you eat more or fewer than you burn. Fitness will help you brain detect what's right for you. Best wishes. ...Read more
It depends: Teenage boys on average need 1,800 to 2,600 calories a day if they're 11 to 13 years of age, but it's best to discuss this with your pediatrician or a nutritionist. They can advise more specifically a proper diet for your son based on his height, weight, BMI, growth velocity, etc. ...Read more
Calories for teens: A general guide is 1000 calories plus100 for each year over 10, so 1100. This should be a rough guide, modified by underlying health and activity level. ...Read more
Institute of Med est: The estimated energy requirements of the average 11yo female @ 37 kg (81lb) & an average height of 1.42m (56.5in) using institute of medicine guidelines yields a range from ~1625 to 2200 calories based on activity level. Sedentary lifestyle for the lower end and active lifestyle for the higher. ...Read more
I am a 5'7" 158 pound female. I'm looking to lose 10 pounds. Is a 1600 calorie diet good for that?
Maybe: Losing weight is a matter of using up more calories than you take in. Exercise is a major component and should be balanced by modulating your diet. Eat 3 small meals, give up all snacks and sugar-containing soft drinks, walk or run several miles a day, and engage in toning exercises and you will lose weight. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm dieting and I am only eating about 900-1000 calories a day. I am 5'11 240ish lbs. Is this bad?
Not necessarily ...: A 1200 calorie diet is generally recommended to achieve about 2 lbs of weight loss/week. As long you are getting enough protein and adequate vitamins/nutrients in your food, it is not necessarily bad for you. Keep in mind that sustainable changes in your diet and exercise habits will be much better for you long term than a crash diet, however. ...Read more
I'm 5'7 and I weigh 106 I usually eat between 1,060 calories a day .. Yesterday I ate 1,200 will I gain a pound of that one day ?
No: You need 3,500 calories to gain a pound. ...Read more
My daughters 14 she's 4'11 and 140 lbs. She wants to lose weight. She does kickboxing 3 times a week. How many calories should she have per day?
Prob apx 1450 kcal/d: But make sure these are healthy calories! eating a lot of veggies, whole fruit (not juice) real grains like oats w plenty of fiber, and plenty of lean protein can help. Dont forget calcium & water, & limit foods & drinks w processed sugar. Liked robt lustigs website re sugar & book fat chance. Some may be influenced by if she's had her growth spurt. Check w pcp if concerned re thyroid, etc. ...Read more
I'm 32 years old, 5' 7", 113 pounds, i want to gain a little weight. I hear many different answers about calories needed to gain, what's the truth?
See below.: Depending upon your activity level you probably require about 1800-2000 kcal/day to maintain your weight. To gain you will need to tak in more. There are 3600 kcal in a lb of fat so approx 500 extra kcal/day is about 1 lb of fat/wk. If you want muscle you will need to add exercise which will raise your caloric requirement a bit so take in a little extra. ...Read more
I can't eat anymore. I'm lucky to get 500 calories a day. 5'11 male, 135 pounds. My insurance is running out, cant see DR. How long until its serious?
No, Neg Energy?: A calorie is a unit of energy, measured by using it to warm water within a calorimeter. Since calories refer to a unit of energy, a tiny unit of energy from a human perspective, existing vs. No longer existing relates to Einstein's theory of relativity: E=Mc2, meaning energy is uncongealed matter & matter is congealed energy, interchangeable with a gigantic equation constant. No negative energy. ...Read more
Actually No!: The packets are marked as zero calories per lobbied federal rules which allow rounding up to 0.999 down to zero. Read the fine print ; you will see dextrose as 1st ingredient, a sugar (a "food nutrient" once absorbed); study: "sugar naming conventions". All sugars release energy when "burned" ; body can convert ; store them as fats. They are just less problematic than glucose & esp. fructose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Balanced nutrition: More important than your total number of calories is the balance you are getting in your diet. Most authorities suggest we aim for at least 5+ servings of vegetables/fruit, with only some dairy, only some fish/meat/beans, less refined sugars and drinking plenty of fluids. http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Goodfood/Pages/Healthyeating.aspx ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Just be sensible.: The real key to weight loss is to just watch the size of your portions at meals, eat healthy, and exercise regularly. There's no radical diet or exercise plan or pill that will magically give you meaningful and sustained weight loss. The ol' fashioned way is still be best way to lose weight for the long term. Shoot for two pounds per week of weight loss. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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