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1/17/14 3:35 P

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At Sparkpeople you would have gotten a calorie range, for example 1500-1850.
So I am not sure what system you are using???

Also...at our Sparkpeople site, the calorie range goes too high sometimes for our members who have a greater amount of weight to lose. (for example, more than 100#).

If you share more, I maybe able to help. Please feel free to contact me through spark-mail for greater confidentiality.

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1/17/14 2:06 P

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After I input all of my info into a system, it says that my daily calorie limit is 2200 calories with exercising moderately at least 3 times/weekly. It doesn't seem like I will lose weight with that amount of calories, so I dropped my calories down to 1700 or less/daily and still exercise 3 times a week. I'm just confused. I want to eat the amount of calories that my body needs. Am I missing something? Is there an easier way to calculate how many calories I should be consuming with exercise?

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