I had to figure it out for myself. I decided to start from 1700-2000 calories, then figured 60% fats, 20% carbs and protein. Get the number of calories for each then divide by either 4 for carbs, protein or 9 for fats to determine the grams to enter in each category when you adjust your nutrition settings. Do it for the lower calorie number then for the higher cal number to get a range of grams for each. You will most likely be eating more overall calories, but still lose weight. Send me a message if you need help.
By the way, my pancreatic enzymes, went sky high for 3 months with no good reason found. I was put on pancreatic enzymes , Creon, briefly then labs returned to normal. Very little is known about what causes those enzymes to shoot up.
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