if I need to adjust my calorie range I would talk to my DR or see the dietician.
the other thing is if I make changes to my calorie range I believe it will be imperative to track everything that happens for a few weeks to see if I A. Gain B. Lose C. Stay the same.
And then make changes accordingly.
A word of caution I like to throw out from personal experience is to be careful about calories ranges. I was tracking all my calories both in and out and I thought I was doing fantastic but for some reason I was not making any progress. My sponsor told me that I was underestimating the amount of calories I was eating and over estimating the amount of calories I was exercising. I was angry because I was trying SO hard. But the numbers don't lie, I don't put much stock in the scale as I think its more of a negative tool than a positive one its far to easy for me to become a slave to those numbers, however its good to see progress one way or another from time to time to let me know if I need to adjust my plan of action.
to me its a big puzzle that constantly changes day in and day out and I have to remain fluid and flexible to change with it. some days I have good days, some days not so much but its all experience, its just up to me to learn from it :) You could always try making some changes on your own and see what happens but if you aren't comfortable with that I would DEFIANTLY seek professional advice to get you started, that's my 2 cents worth you may take it or leave it :) Have a great day
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