First, despite what two others have said: yes, even if you want to lose weight you can eat your 'burned' work out calories.
Basically, if you didn't work out at all and ate in your range, you could still lose weight.
If you burn 300 calories in a work out, and eat 300 extra calories because of that, you could still lose weight, even if you go a bit over your range.
If you burn 300 calories in a work out, and stay within you *range* instead of eating the extra, you can still lose weight.
If you are working out and feeling starving, tired, weak... EAT. If you are working out, it's probably best to *not* eat at the lower end of your range.
Mostly, if you're working out, be sure to include your estimated weekly work-out goals in your spark fitness because those burned calories will be accounted for in your spark nutrition range. So if you work out a lot during the week, your range may go up because of that.
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