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Nathalier71

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Posted: 04 May 2013, 09:09
My RDI is 2000 - does that mean they expect me to eat 2000 calories? That's crazy! I'm a little confused =)
kingkeld

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Posted: 04 May 2013, 09:22
Make sure you have set your calculations for weight loss, not maintenance. If this is so, try out the new RDI. Be happy that it's a good one. It gets harder as you lose weight. Remember to recalculate as your weight changes.

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Posted: 04 May 2013, 09:26
I set my Rdi as sedentary which gives me about 2100 I then actually burn off up to 2900 calories on an active day and eat about 2400 so in still 500 under what I actually have done



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