A question that is asked a lot is whether you can eat the calories you have burned through exercise?
I mean, if you are eating at a calorific deficit anyway surely you can?
This can be complicated, so we’re going to start from the very beginning.
If you are looking to lose weight, most people already know you need to eat at a calorie deficit.
This means you need to eat less than you currently are to promote the fat burning process.
So what deficit should you create?
Well, this all depends on you. As an average, most people choose to create a deficit of 20%.
This is a good place to start and most people choose this deficit.
This means that if you are currently eating 2000 calories then to create a 20% calorie deficit you need to eat 1600 calories per day.
This will encourage the fat burning process.
So what if you eat the 1600 calories and burn an additional 300 calories during exercise.
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