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Tdee??
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Dugheed · 25/07/2020 12:07

IV worked out mine is 2200, I have my fitness Pal ready. What should I set it too to lose weight? IV half a stone to lose.

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Dugheed · 25/07/2020 17:31

Defo not eating back my calories as o worked out tdee as an active person.

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Dugheed · 25/07/2020 17:30

Thanks guys. Will defo join the thread above!!

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MonsteraCheeseplant · 25/07/2020 12:29

Oh and in general (with the exception of marathons etc!), don't eat back your exercise calories. They're usually massively overestimated.

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MonsteraCheeseplant · 25/07/2020 12:26

I am personally a massive fan of this method, it just works no messing around.

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MonsteraCheeseplant · 25/07/2020 12:25

It's a steep learning curve! And you soon learn things like berries and air popped popcorn are your friend //grin. Join us on www.mumsnet.com/Talk/weight_loss_chat/3954999-July-Jumping-Down-the-Scales any weight loss method goes, there's a few calorie counters, fasters etc

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Dugheed · 25/07/2020 12:19

@MonsteraCheeseplant

So you need a calorie deficit of 3500 to lose 1 lb, which is about -500 daily of your TDEE.

Thank you, haven't gone by tdee before so want to get it right, that sounds perfect x
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MonsteraCheeseplant · 25/07/2020 12:12

So you need a calorie deficit of 3500 to lose 1 lb, which is about -500 daily of your TDEE.

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