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NITABUG68 SparkPoints: (76,477)
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1/14/08 6:28 P

BMR calculates life sustaining function, respiration, heart beat, etc. So yeah, that's just lying in the bed doing nothing.


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1/14/08 6:21 P

So my BMR is 1275 according to that web calculator. That is if I laid in bed all day and did nothing? Or is that just normal light activity?

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1/14/08 2:59 P

thanks emoticon

1/14/08 9:40 A

Find out here:

I burn 1810 calories a day. According to the Harris Benedict Equation (linked on that same page) I burn a total of 2172 with little to no activity. They also have a page on the equation factored in with losing weight here:


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