when trying to lode lbs. I try between 1200 - 1500. Usually the lower range of that.
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In weight-loss mode it was 1400 cal's NO range (prescribed by my Dietician. I stuck with it within 5-10 calories, until I reached my goal (except for the year maintaining after 50lb loss.) Then once I reached my goal I need to average 1600 cal's. More than that over 2-3 weeks and I gain - less and I lose a wee bit of weight. (I keep a daily spreadsheet.)
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1/27/13 11:11 P
I'm at 1500-1850 and generally try to keep to the low end (1500-1600).
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1/27/13 9:45 P
mine is 1200-1550. i vary on how many calories i eat but i hardly ever go over 1450.
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1/27/13 7:27 P
1200-1550 but I aim for 1000 to be honest. I get all my nutrients with 1000.
1/27/13 7:25 P
1230-1580 I usually eat 1300-1400 calories. Sometimes more or less
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1/27/13 7:14 P
1200 to 1550 presently. I've been averaging around 1450.
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1/27/13 5:55 P
I'm in maintenance (although I keep losing about a half pound a week) and my spark range is 1480-1830. I stick to 1700-1800 5-6 days a week, and go over 1-2 days a week (I don't track those days but I know I'm going over, I'd guess I'm around 1900-2200 on those days). During weight loss I originally did 1200-1300 (prior to joining Spark) then 1400-1500 after joining Spark, then 1500-1600 which got me to my original goal weight.
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1/27/13 4:11 P
Just curious where everyone is at. I personally shoot for 1600 a day. Too much less than that and my body seriously rebels.
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