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300g Cereal (378 per 100g)

200 calories from Chicken, bowl of garden peas, 90 cals of pineapple, 10 cals of low fat Jelly.

Exercise: 500 Cals burnt off from Running

700 Cals burnt off from the step machine.

Whats my net intake for today? Will I put weight on from this/lose or maintain?

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suis-je bovvered?
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378 x 3 = 1134
200 + 90 + 10 = 300
INTAKE = 1434

500 +700 = 1200
NET INTAKE = 1434 - 1200 = 234
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(Original post by jamesclark95)
378 x 3 = 1134
200 + 90 + 10 = 300
INTAKE = 1434

500 +700 = 1200
NET INTAKE = 1434 - 1200 = 234
But what about Basal metabolic rate?
I think theres a net loss going on here, OP. You'd better step up your calorie intake.
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Ok thanks. :/

I guess theres no way of me putting on weight from that?

Im trying to recover from an ED- I was doing fine until the exercise. Even if my body has been in starvation mode, will eating more put weight on? Perhaps the step machine over estimated my calorie expenditure?

At the time I felt guilty for eating, but then after doing that stupid amount of exercise- I realised this is for the benefit of my health. What could I eat this evening to make it better? I do really want to get better, I really do :sad:
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Ok thanks. :/

I guess theres no way of me putting on weight from that?

Im trying to recover from an ED- I was doing fine until the exercise. Even if my body has been in starvation mode, will eating more put weight on? Perhaps the step machine over estimated my calorie expenditure?

At the time I felt guilty for eating, but then after doing that stupid amount of exercise- I realised this is for the benefit of my health. What could I eat this evening to make it better? I do really want to get better, I really do :sad:
You need to work out YOUR BER (Basic Energy Requirement). It is different for everyone and take into account your weight, height, hours of exercise etc.
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Ok 2075 if Im doing one hour of cardio, 1617 if Im not.

With my BMR being 1,400 ish.

God Im way off- what can I eat tonight . As you can imagine, my perception of food is somewhat warped, and after wanting to lose weight for so long and being in that mindset, maintaining this weight is quite diffiult.
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*in terms of not eating enough and continuing to lose.
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