if you want to balance out an overage, you don't just take it off the next day. that tends to lead to the following day being an over day at which point you need an under day.
the first thing to remember is that loss range calories are several hundred below your maintenance calories. they are 250 lower for half a pound loss per week, 500 for a pound loss per week, 750 for a 1.5lb loss per week and 1000 for a 2lb loss per week. when you're looking at only being over 175 cals, unless you're set to lose less than a third of a pound per week, you're eating in/under your maintenance ranges. and doing that one day a week means you should hit 6/7 of your goal for the week. sometimes doing that helps keep your body from thinking it's in a rut. and as long as you aren't eating in your maintenance ranges 6 days out of 7, then it's fine to do every now and again and not stress about it.
now if you really want to balance it out, take your overage and divide by six. in this case it would be 175/6=29. so then you take your ranges 1200-1550 and you subtract 29 from the top range number. 1550-29=1521. so for the next six days, you eat in the range of 1200-1521. this lets you balance out the calories without cutting so much one day you're depriving yourself of something or priming yourself to overeat. again, with only 175 cals it's not as big of a deal, but if you were looking at 1750 cals over that would divide out to 292 cals. and 1550-292=1259. so you would want to try sticking to the very bottom of your range. because when a sixth of your overage is more than your whole ranges, you're better off planning what you could do differently the next time you find yourself in that situation than cutting calories to balance it out.
another thing to look at is your average calories over seven days. so on that day you were over, average it out with the six days before it and see where you come in. if you're in your ranges, don't sweat it and call it good. again, that's providing you aren't eating 2400 cals one day and 200 the next [they average out to 1300].
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