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    Can I lose weight on a ketogenic diet if these are my macros?:

    Calories: 2000
    Protein: 180 g
    Carbs: 30 g
    Fat: 130 g

    Here is my information:

    Age:31
    Sex: Male
    Weight: 313 lbs
    Height: 5'11
    Exercise: 40-60 minutes indoor bike daily
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    Originally Posted by fays12 View Post
    Can I lose weight on a ketogenic diet if these are my macros?:

    Calories: 2000
    Protein: 180 g
    Carbs: 30 g
    Fat: 130 g

    Here is my information:

    Age:31
    Sex: Male
    Weight: 313 lbs
    Height: 5'11
    Exercise: 40-60 minutes indoor bike daily
    Yes. 2000 might even be a bit high

    If you can't stick to keto levels of carb intake, don't worry about it. Allow yourself more carbs - ketosis is not a magical fat burning state that some think it is - but it can help to keep carb levels down for overweight people. This is because they often have insulin resistance issues which makes them feel terrible when consuming carbs during dieting conditions.

    My view is stick to meat, eggs and vegetables. Avoid too many really starchy vegetables but id you go over the 30g then don't sweat it.
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    Originally Posted by SuffolkPunch View Post
    Yes. 2000 might even be a bit high

    If you can't stick to keto levels of carb intake, don't worry about it. Allow yourself more carbs - ketosis is not a magical fat burning state that some think it is - but it can help to keep carb levels down for overweight people. This is because they often have insulin resistance issues which makes them feel terrible when consuming carbs during dieting conditions.

    My view is stick to meat, eggs and vegetables. Avoid too many really starchy vegetables but id you go over the 30g then don't sweat it.
    Can you please tell me how many calories I should eat because im a bit confused?

    You told me on my other thread that 1500 calories is low, and im always struggling with hunger.

    So I used a calorie calculator and it said 2500 calories to lose weight, I lowered it to 2000 but you think its high?

    Here is my information to calculate: 31 / Male / 313 lbs / 5'11 / Exercise 40-60 minutes indoor bike daily
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    Originally Posted by fays12 View Post
    Can you please tell me how many calories I should eat because im a bit confused?

    You told me on my other thread that 1500 calories is low, and im always struggling with hunger.

    So I used a calorie calculator and it said 2500 calories to lose weight, I lowered it to 2000 but you think its high?

    Here is my information to calculate: 31 / Male / 313 lbs / 5'11 / Exercise 40-60 minutes indoor bike daily
    Yes, I said it was low but still OK because of your weight. It would be too low for someone who was (say) 180lbs and looking to lose 10lbs.

    If you can't sustain 1500 then increase it but of course the process will be slower. There is no exact answer - do whatever it takes to get there. If 1500 isn't going to work, up it a bit.

    Be careful of calculators, they are usually too simple and tend to over estimate when people are heavy (which is the opposite of what they should be doing).
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    Originally Posted by SuffolkPunch View Post
    Yes, I said it was low but still OK because of your weight. It would be too low for someone who was (say) 180lbs and looking to lose 10lbs.

    If you can't sustain 1500 then increase it but of course the process will be slower. There is no exact answer - do whatever it takes to get there. If 1500 isn't going to work, up it a bit.

    Be careful of calculators, they are usually too simple and tend to over estimate when people are heavy (which is the opposite of what they should be doing).
    Ok thank you, I understand now..
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