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Calculate Weight Loss By Caloric Deficit : How to Calculate the Daily Calorie Deficit for Maximum Fat Loss : Nutrition Advice

Calculate Weight Loss By Caloric Deficit Video

Calculate Weight Loss By Caloric Deficit

How to Calculate the Daily Calorie Deficit for Maximum Fat Loss : Nutrition Advice

How to Calculate the Daily Calorie Deficit for Maximum Fat Loss : Nutrition Advice

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It takes 3500 calories to lose one pound of fat. Calculate the daily calorie deficit for fat loss with help from an experienced nutritionist in this free video clip.

Expert: Natalie Jill
Filmmaker: David Schaffer

Series Description: Staying fit and healthy isn’t just about working out – it is also about making sure you’re following the right nutritional plan. Get tips on nutrition with help from an experienced nutritionist in this free video series.

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15 Comments

  1. Someone help me pleaseeee, im so confused. So this is what im doing right now: Before, during my bulk, I ate 1,500 calories a day. 2 weeks ago I started my cut, eating 1,150 calories a day + doing cardio on an empty stomach. ( burning around 400 calories ) Am I putting myself in a caloric deficit? If not, someone please teach me how I can.

    Im 13 years old, 5'4, and weigh 116 pounds. I lift 6 times per week and dont play sports anymore. I do occasionally swim and like i said I have been doing cardio every morning for about 2 weeks now. I lost alot of water weight but thats about it, no fat loss in my face and barely in my chest and stomach region.

  2. I have reduced around 17 pounds of my body weight immediately after I implemented this “Yamzοkο Weebly” diet plan (Google it). It may nothing short of a miracle. This works truly fast and that I like it so much. There is a big difference in the way that my favorite apparel fit and also just the side by side shots of a Six day big difference! .

  3. Well I was starting to have abit of respect for you until you said being in too much of a defecit makes you store fat. Tell that to ww2 prisoners of war.

  4. Online it says my BMR is 1,367… you just said to not go below 1300 cals for women. I’m 5’0 and 125 pounds, wanting to be around 115. What should I do then if I cannot eat below 1300 calories?

  5. I was trusting her until she said toxins. Then she referenced the metabolic "survival mode" good bye forever

  6. (Instead of 2000 a day my doctor recommended 1500 for my age weight and height) my exercise app works a 300 cal deficit into my daily calories bringing it down to 1200. So if i’m burning 1,000+ calories a day in exercise and eating about 1,000 calories a day in healthy, filling foods (i almost never feel hungry) then is it healthy to have the 1400+ calories left at the end of the day? Or will that mess my body up?

  7. this is so outdated and misinformed you should delete it to save yourself from embarrassment. It wasn't even well explained for 10 years ago. If you want to learn how to lose fat look into leptin resistance, watch Fat chance 2.0 with a pediatric neuroendocrinologist and also Dr Jason fung.

  8. 1. Calculate your BMR – basal metabolic rate (mine is 2500cal per day) this is the calorie intake you need per day to maintain current weight and body function and is different for everyone! Google it!
    2. Decide on calorie deficit, 500cal less per day = approx 1lb of fat loss a week. Good steady loss.
    3. Add in some cardio and/or weight training to burn more calories or do 250cal in diet 250cal in workout for the 500cal deficit.
    4. 2500cal minus 500cal in diet minus 500cal in workout = 1000cal deficit per day which = approx 2lb of fat loss per week.
    5. Do this for a few weeks, check weight and measurements for results, increase or decrease calories and workout to suit you and maintain this until goal weight is reached.
    6. Once goal weight is reached you can alter calorie intake/ burn off back up to your BMR (recalculate based on new weight,etc…) to maintain that weight

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