If you are eating more calories than you burn off each day, you will gain weight.
If you eat fewer than you burn, you’ll lose weight.
And if you eat the same, you’re in balance and your weight will not change – well at least fat and muscle mass, it is still possible to fluctuate a little due to how much water you’re holding onto or losing.
But how many calories is enough/too much/right for weight loss?
The average woman is told she needs 2000 calories per day, but who on earth is ‘average’?
Do you fall into that category or do you need more or less than that?
What are the factors that go into determining how many calories you need?
In this video I’ll talk about some factors that influence how many calories you need each day:-
How much structured exercise you do
How much NEAT (non exercise activity thermogenesis) is in your daily life