How many calories would the average person burn on a normal day?

Like going to school, walking around. Catching buses downtown.
Walking a dog for about 15 minutes, doing some house work.

Because I know you burn calories through out the day, so what would like be a minimum?
Like atleast how many calories do you think a 15 year old sophmore, 5’3, 112 would burn on a regular day?

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7 Responses to “How many calories would the average person burn on a normal day?”

  1. That Guy said:

    2000 give or take

  2. Max said:

    1000, the rest is up to physically exercising

  3. Ana said:

    The average woman burns 2000 calories per day, and the average man burns 2500. It’s a bit more for people who are active in general (not counting intentional exercise), and less for people who spend most of the day sitting.

  4. Diana said:

    1500-2000 if you’re lightly active. If you exercise a lot, it could be as much as 2500-3000.

  5. malica said:

    There are a number of online calculators to help you figure it out. For most people it’s between 1800-2200 calories. Because you weigh so little it would be on the lower end or even below (just imagine how much more energy you’d need if you had an additional 50 or 100lbs strapped to you for example).

    Here’s a pretty good calculator: http://www.freedieting.com/tools/calorie_calculator.htm – seems you’d be around 1750 calories per day.

  6. gothic_pixie14 said:

    That answer is as varied as each individual. A person who lives a very sedentary lifestyle will often burn between 2,200 and 2,400 calories a day– and that’s laying around, watching television, etc. A more active individual can burn many, many more calories.

    The best way to determine how many calories you burn during a day is to log your activities. Everything from brushing your teeth to reading a book has a specific value. Once you’ve determined how many hours or minutes a day you spend doing each activity, find out how much those activities “cost” in terms of caloric value, do a few simple additions, and presto! There’s your answer.

    The best and easiest way to do this is by going to this website:

    http://caloriecount.about.com/?utm_medium=redirect&utm_source=direct&utm_campaign=caloriecountcom

    Membership is free, and you can chart your caloric intake, calorie burn, and even chart your current weight. It’s not exactly a weight loss “program”, but counting your calories, burning them off appropriately, and speaking with your doctor about a diet and exercise regimen are great ways to stay healthy.

  7. Shelly said:

    the average young adult with healthy weight eats 3000 to 4000 calories a day we lose about a third or less of them




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