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Daily Calorie Needs for Individuals Weighing 201 to 210 Pounds

Article by Diet Bites


Defining Daily Calorie Needs

When we enter into the world of calories we enter an entirely new region. While they sustain life by providing precious energy to the human body, for every positive there is a negative.

And in the realm of caloric values - that negative is that it is very difficult to track the amount that we consume each day.

Not only must we track these values in order to maintain our recommended weight - we must also make sure that we balance our day with activity.

It would be a lot simpler if every activity burned a specific number of calories - but unfortunately, it does not. Nor does every food or beverage that we consume contain the same amounts of energy.

All of these things are why it is so easy to gain and so difficult to lose weight.

Let's take a glance at our data chart below; all of the data is based on 'best estimates'. No one - not even the most brilliant scientist on earth or the most skilled doctor is capable of creating a chart that will list the exact amount of energy required for the common populous.

This is because every human on earth is created differently; even when they are matched perfectly in body weight, height, age, gender and activity level - their energy needs will not be identical.

Therefore, all data charts relating to the metabolic rate, the caloric burn as well as suggested weights based on varying factors are nothing more than patterns that can be used by the dieter in setting fitness goals.

And these types of charts can be very helpful in setting those goals. For example, we can see by the data below that if a 205 pound Jeffery will migrate from his inactive state to an active one - he can burn over 800 kcals per day - even if he doesn't change his current daily eating plan. Now again, the numbers are all very good estimates; Jeffery may burn a few less or a few more kcals amid his more active state.

In turn, if he also reduces the amount of energy that he is consuming amid his day - he can produce some pretty impressive numbers in the area of lost pounds.

Calorie Needs for Individuals 201 to 210 Pounds

CALORIE NEEDS BASED ON WEIGHT*

Pounds

Inactive

Moderate

Active

201

2613

3015

3417

202

2626

3030

3434

203

2639

3045

3451

204

2652

3060

3468

205

2665

3075

3485

206

2678

3090

3502

207

2691

3105

3519

208

2704

3120

3536

209

2717

3135

3553

210

2730

3150

3570

Individuals that weigh 201 pounds and lead an inactive lifestyle require about 2600 kcals per day. For moderate activity the requirements are 3015 and for active individuals, 3417 kcals.

Food Group

Daily Serving Size

Fruits 2.5 cups
Vegetables 4 cups
Grains 10 ounces
Protein: Meats, Beans, Nuts, Eggs, Seeds 7 ounces
Dairy: Milk, Yogurt, Cheese 3 cups
Oils 10 teaspoons
Discretionary Calories Allow 512 calories

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For individuals that weigh 210 pounds the calorie needs are: Inactive Lifestyle 2730, Moderate Activity 3150 and Active Lifestyle 3570.

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