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How many calories can I eat and still lose weight?
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Dr. Adeyemi Fatoki
Bariatrics
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In brief: It depends
Focusing on calories is not the only requirement for weight loss.
Foods have other characteristics that contribute to weight gain. Processed foods cause more weight gain than non-processed foods even when calories are equivalent because they are stored as glycogen which contains more water. This may explain the extra weight gain after a "rich" meal.

In brief: It depends
Focusing on calories is not the only requirement for weight loss.
Foods have other characteristics that contribute to weight gain. Processed foods cause more weight gain than non-processed foods even when calories are equivalent because they are stored as glycogen which contains more water. This may explain the extra weight gain after a "rich" meal.
Dr. Adeyemi Fatoki
Dr. Adeyemi Fatoki
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Dr. Vasu Brown
Wound care
In brief: Bmr
Need your baseline metabolic rate (BMR) then you either eat 200-300 calories lower than your BMR or add activity that would equal 200-300 calories to keep your same diet pattern.

In brief: Bmr
Need your baseline metabolic rate (BMR) then you either eat 200-300 calories lower than your BMR or add activity that would equal 200-300 calories to keep your same diet pattern.
Dr. Vasu Brown
Dr. Vasu Brown
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