They are macronutrient ranges. You couldn't eat at the upper end of all three and still stay in your calorie range for the day. When you are given more calories because of exercising then you can eat more of each macronutrient while still staying within your range.
If you are not hungry don't force yourself to eat more, there is no point if your goal is fat loss as a calorie deficit is needed to lose. Unless you are not getting 1200 calories a day, which is the minimum you need for basic bodily functions, then you do need to eat more whether you are hungry or not.
Hope that helps explain a little.
JERF - Just Eat Real Food
Working on completing my certified Personal Trainer course in the new year!
I eat mostly vegetables, fats, meats, some fruit and dark chocolate. Unprocessed and preservative free. And it's changed my life!
Goal weight 125lbs
36 years old
Keeping my blood sugar levels consistently under 101 mg/dl or 5.6 mmol/L with my LCHF diet. ontariomountainbikingmama.blogspot.c
| current weight: 125.0