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Old 03-15-2013, 01:08 PM   #6 (permalink)
nina-butler
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Thanks both of you, it worked this time.
(PS: Cassie, love your quote).

So then back to my original question: do you eat back your exercise calories, to achieve NET calorie goal?

Example, to lose weight, FitDay says I should eat 1800 calories a day. But, if I eat 2000 and burn 200 through exercise, I am NETTING 1800 calories, even though I am eating 2000. Does this make sense?

I am wondering if anyone has done it this way, or if you simply eat the recommended amount of calories, and you don't count the exercise in.

Thanks, sorry for all the questions!
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