How many calories should you be eating? (Macros part 2)

Whether your goals are weight loss, weight gain or maintenance knowing how many calories you are eating can be key to reaching your goals.
Let me start by saying I personally recommend using the strategies in below video AFTER tracking your food for 7 days. This way you can compare the calories you’re actually consuming the calories you get in your calculation.
The following video goes over:
  1. How to calculate your calorie intake for weight loss
  2. How to calculate your calorie intake for weight gain
  3. How to calculate your calorie intake to maintain your weight
  4. How to calculate your BMR (basal metabolic rate)
  5. How to calculate your TDEE (total daily energy expenditure)
  6. How to calculate your calorie deficit
  7. How to lose one pound a week

http://www.bmi-calculator.net/bmr-calculator/  This is an example of the BMR calculator discussed in the video
The formulas below will be needed to calculate your TDEE

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  1. Hi,
    I am having a hard time coming up with my macros. My BMR is 1241.75 X1.375= 1,707 calories. My weight is 123, height 4″11 and I am 48 years old. I would like drop my weight to 115. Would you please help me?
    V/r
    Mary

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