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RUNNINGAL425
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3/7/13 1:12 P

Why would you not want to exercise? Exercise and food intake go hand in hand.



DGEOGHEGAN
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3/7/13 9:05 A

Everyone's body is a little different. For me I have to stick on the higher side of my callories to keep losing. Some have to be on the lower side. It really depends on you. But a little bit of exercise sure would help.



DRAGONCHILDE
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3/7/13 8:53 A

Your range is given to you to experiment with. Every body is different! There's not enough information here to really answer your question. the answer is, at this point, "Maybe."

Most likely, yes. What is your current weight, height, weekly weight loss goal?



SPARK_COACH_JEN
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3/7/13 8:51 A

Your recommended calorie range is based on your current weight, goal weight, how long you've given yourself to lose the weight and how much exercise you're doing. So as long as that info is correct in your program setup, you should be fine to eat anywhere within your range to meet your goals. Everyone is different, so you'll just need to figure out where in the range works best for you (based on how you're feeling, results, etc.)

Coach Jen



TOBYBEAR54
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3/7/13 8:27 A

My daily calories are from 1200 - 1550. If I eat 1550 will I still lose weight without exercise? Just want to make sure I am doing this right to keep losing weight. Thanks for your help.



 
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