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How many calories do I need every day excluding the amount of calories I burn in exercise?

I searched on Google, but all the calorie calculators I found asked about how much exercise I get. I am 5’3″, I weigh 95 pounds, and I am 13 years old. I know how many calories I burn per day, so that is why I want to know how many calories I actually NEED to have to maintain my weight.
In the calories that I burn every day, I am including calories that I burn when I sit, stand, sleep, etc.

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2 Responses to “How many calories do I need every day excluding the amount of calories I burn in exercise?”

  1. Pete S said:

    To maintain your weight, eat as many calories as you’re burning per day. To gain weight, eat more calories (but the GOOD kind! No twinkies or junk food. 😉 )

  2. Karenlee C said:

    You should ask your physician. Everyone’s metabolic rate is different, and affected by different factors: age, weight, activity level, etc. Be carefull not to take in too few calories, if you take in only the amount of calories you burn during exercise that is not enough, you have to be sure to count the calories you burn during non-exercise (it burns calories to breathe, for example).




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