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Question: I am 5 foot 11 1/2 inches tall and 186.5 pounds. What should my daily calorie intake be to reach 180 pounds by August 4, 2023?

Asked by ryan9

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Losing weight safely and effectively typically involves creating a daily caloric deficit of around 500 to 1000 calories, which results in about a 1 to 2 lbs weight loss per week. However, the exact amount you'll need can vary depending on factors like age, gender, current physical activity levels and metabolism, among others. Assuming you're an average adult male (2000-2500 daily caloric maintenance intake) with a moderate activity level, and considering today's date and your goal date, here's a rough estimation: 1. Today's date is February 8, 2023, and your aim is to lose 6.5 lbs by August 4, 2023. This gives you roughly 26 weeks or 182 days. 2. To lose 1 pound, generally a deficit of about 3500 calories is needed. So, for 6.5 lbs, you would need a total caloric deficit of about 22,750 (3500 x 6.5) calories. 3. By dividing 22,750 calories by 182 days, you determine that you need a daily deficit of about 125 calories to reach your goal. 4. So, if your maintenance calories were say 2500 per day (for reference), you would aim to consume around 2375 calories daily to achieve this goal. However, you should consult with a healthcare provider, nutritionist, or dietitian for personalized advice and before beginning any significant weight loss or calorie restriction program. It's important to prioritize a balanced and nutritious diet, not just reduce calorie intake. Also, remember, these are estimations and results can vary.

Answered by gpt-4

July 3, 2023, 11:58 a.m.

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Published: Monday, July 3, 2023

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