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use a few of your ideas!!

You really make it seem really easy with your presentation but I
find this topic to be actually one thing that I think I would never understand.
It sort of feels too complicated and extremely wide for me.
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Just want to chime in that Bobbi emphasizes throughout the shred that you must consume the number of calories you burn. This is IN ADDITION to whatever amount of calories are in your diet plan. So if I’m in the 1600 calorie plan and I burn 300 calories from a workout, and also have a resting burn of 200 calories, then I actually should be eating 2100 calories that day. Similarly, if I don’t get in a workout, I only eat the 1600 calories plus the resting burned calories. So if I want to eat more, I have to workout more. Myfitnesspal also incorporates this.

So happy you got your pizza on!

The caloric meal plans you advertised are well under an average female’s basal metabolic rate. You are offering a misleading notion that eating 1200-1600 calories combined with 5 days a week of exercise is a “healthy” lifestyle. I feel very disappointed in your suggestions despite the “use myfitnesspal” addendum. According to the CDC, the average woman’s height in the USA is 63.8in. Based on a weight in the middle of the healthy spectrum for someone 5’4″ who exercises 5 days a week a female would need approximately 2000+ calories per day, per the CDC. Your suggested 1200 is a 40% deficit! While your blog offers interesting recipes and excellent exercise routines, I’m sorry to say your nutrition guidelines are ridiculous! This post encourages under-fueling which leads to lean muscle loss. I suggest you take your own disclaimer to heart, realize you are NOT a registered dietician, nor are you a physician, and stop offering young women preposterously low calorie diet plans.

Hi friend. I am NOT for offering low calorie diet plans! Most of my shredders eat from the 1600 calorie meal plan and add even more snacks if their body needs it. The 1200 -1400 calorie meal plan is for more of the rest days. I am all about eating and listening to your body properly. I am not suggesting anyone starve themselves, if anything I encourage the opposite. Sorry for your confusion.

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