Confused on How Many Calories to Eat on a Daily Basis?
This Simple Little Trick will determine Exactly If It Fits Your Macros
Hey – ever read an article on how to determine how many calories you should be eating each day and had your eyes start to cross?
How about an accurate method to measure how much energy you’re burning determine your basal metabolic rate (BMR) OR total daily energy expenditure (TDEE), which is simply the total amount of calories you’re burning each day.
I know Carry the 1 mutiply by .8 etc – etc…
What if you set up your daily macronutrient intake like this:
45% of your calories from protein
20% of your calories from carbohydrate
35% of your calories from fat
The math to figure this out looks like this:
A gram of protein and carbohydrate contains about 4 calories, and a gram of fat about 9, so…
Multiply your ”daily calorie deficit” number by .45, and then divide this by 4. This is about the number of grams of protein you should eat daily.
Multiply your “daily calorie deficit” number by .20, and then divide this by 4. This is the number of grams of carbohydrate you should eat daily.
Multiply your “daily calorie deficit” number by .35, and then divide this by 9. This is the number of grams of fat you should eat daily.
I was – and then – you had people saying – Get an Excel Spread Sheet – find out all the Carbs, Protein, Fat and Fiber for each one – enter it into a spread sheet and then….
Enough of that mess – I want something Clean – Easy and Simple to use – an Automated Meal Planner that doesn't cost a dime and can utilize Custom Recipes!
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