approximately 60% of your daily caloric intake come from carbohydrates
By reducing caloric intake, one would lose weight. By increasing caloric intake, you'd gain weight.
Caloric intake is the amount of calories you eat in a day. If your diet consists of 2000 calories, then you're daily caloric intake is 2000.
A personÕs caloric intake and their exercise can directly affect your weight gain and weight loss. If you have a diet that has a high caloric intake and you do not exercise you will be prone to weight gain.
Caloric intake has a lot to do with the amount of physical activity a person participates in. If someone has a high caloric intake but they don't exercise or move a lot, they will gain weight.
weight maintenance will occur
45 to 65 percent, depending on how active you are and your general health. See also:Eating healthily
Caloric burn MUST exceed caloric intake.
you will lose weight
you gain weight
The total caloric intake to most food labels found in the US is based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
in 2011 it was 2,270 kcal
You don't really "find" your caloric intake, as it is something you participate in. You can track your caloric intake by simply monitoring what you eat and drink during a day. Simply keep track of each item consumed and add the calories from each of these in a day to get your daily caloric intake. Of course you will need to have the exact calorie count for each item that you eat and drink (which is available on most any package of food/drink/etc. these days).
No it wouldn't but make sure it's low
Your age and gender have nothing to do with your recommended caloric intake. There is no general answer to this question. You should be consuming enough calories that you a) have enough energy to survive, and b) maintain a stable [[body mass index]]. That caloric intake should be approximately 50% from carbohydrates, 25% from proteins, and 25% from fats.
You daily caloric intake is based on a variety of factors. Such factors include age, gender and level of activity. In general, the older and more active a person is, the more calories are needed.