I don't under the Diet Calendar.

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wings24

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Posted: 18 Mar 2013, 14:54
It lists the kcal you eat, the kcal equivalent of the exercise you do then there is a green arrow and a number under net kcal.

Does that indicate the number of kcal you burned that day? So what is the perfect amount? Is it equal to or larger than the kcal taken in or some other amount.

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Mikaracat

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Posted: 18 Mar 2013, 18:23
No, it just means you're buring more than you eat, ergo you're buring calories already stored in your body. (fat and suger!) It's a good thing to have happen, just be sure you're burning less than 2000 extra calories a day... you don't want to get dizzy while driving or something!
"I'm through accepting limits cause someone says they're so, Some things I cannot change, But till I try, I'll never know!" - DEFYING GRAVITY
wings24

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Posted: 19 Mar 2013, 09:16
Thank you!!Cool



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