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    So I’ve recently upped my calories to 4000 a day, if i continue this, will this become my maintenance? And if so would i have to decrease calories minimally to begin to lose the fat I’ve gained?

    Matt Stone

    Yes, it should become your maintenance calorie level as your metabolism increases, stool volume increases, and energy and fidgeting increases.

    It may be necessary to reduce calorie intake to lose, which will probably happen spontaneously as your hunger falls in the face of a high calorie intake on a steady basis.

    But it might not. It’s possible for metabolic rate and NEAT and NEPA to exceed 4,000 and actually lose fat eating above what is already a high maintenance levels of calories for your size, age, and gender.


    Oh thats great! Right bow I think 4000 is perfect for me and if I wre to lose on it then that would be even better, thank you for the response! :)

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