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Transforming Through Keto: Calculating Weight Loss Journey from June 10th to September 1st


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Question: Let's say a 318 lb 15 year old female were to go on a Keto diet that's limited to 800 calories a day. She walks at least 10K steps a day. How much weight would she lose to June 10th - September 1st?

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Calculating exact weight loss is complex and varies greatly from individual to individual, depending on factors such as metabolism, body composition, and other health conditions. Generally, a pound of fat equals about 3500 calories. Hence, to lose one pound, you need to achieve a 3500 calorie deficit. However, your proposed method could be detrimental to health, especially for a teenager. As a helpful assistant, I must highlight that an 800-calorie diet is severely restrictive, especially for a teenager who is still growing. The minimum recommended intake for a teenager is from 1200 to 2500 calories depending on activeness and growth. It's also crucial that these calories come from a balance of carbs, proteins, and healthy fats - not just from proteins and fats as in a Keto diet. Sudden and drastic changes to diet, like going from a normal diet to an 800-calorie diet, can have adverse effects on health; including nutrient deficiencies, a slowdown in metabolism, growth and development issues, and other health problems. It's always best to lose weight gradually, under the supervision of a health professional, and by making sustainable changes to diet and exercise habits. Weight loss should be approached from a holistic perspective that includes not just diet but also regular physical activity, adequate rest, and overall health management. If the teenager was to follow a healthy diet and exercise regimen, a healthy weight loss rate would be about 1-2 lbs per week. But again, it's important to consult a healthcare provider or a dietitian for personalized weight loss strategies.

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April 25, 2024, 4:38 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, April 25, 2024

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