Here are examples for both weight maintenance and weight loss. The final figure will vary according to such things as health, weight and level of activity. Here are general guidelines. Bear in mind that less than 1500 calories a day may slow down your metabolism and put a serious strain on your nutritional requirements.
The final number will also depend on whether you want to:
Here are the guidelines:
1. 2,000 (or 2,300 calories per day if you are quite physically active).
2. If you need to lose weight, start by eating 300 to 500 fewer calories per day and engage in cardio exercise. (The FDA recommends that women should consume 1500 to 2000 calories a day depending on whether they need to lose weight or maintain weight.)
3. If this does not work for weight loss, count carbohydrates rather than calories or count both carbohydrates and calories.
4. If you are insulin resistant (and many people are without being aware of it), you may need to count both carbohydrates and calories in order to achieve weight loss. If so, the low carbohydrate range for weight loss is 20 to 50 carbohydrates per day.
For free fruit and vegetable calorie and carbohydrate chartsthat are used as daily guides for either weight loss or weight maintenance, see the page links, further down this page, at the bottom of this answer.
VERY IMPORTANT: Where your calories come from is crucial, whether you want to lose weight, gain weight, or maintain weight. Strictly limit calories from refined processed carbohydrates (apart from an occasional treat). These high calorie, high carbohydrate, foods are a major cause of weight gain, insulin resistance, high blood pressure, obesity, type 2 Diabetes, Heart disease, and many other diet related diseases. Replace refined processed carbohydrates with 'fat burning' foods. By doing that you can take full advantage of the thermic effect of these nutritious foods. Fat burning foods are a more nutritious source of calories for either optimum health, weight loss, or weight maintenance. If you are unsure what these two food types are, at the bottom of this answer, you will find page links to lists.
So, for the free charts and lists to show you the way forward see the page links below:
1. Free Calories in Fruit Chart (for weight loss or weight maintenance)
2. Free Calories in Vegetables Chart (for weight loss or weight maintenance)
3. List of Refined Processed Carbohydrates (high calorie unhealthy foods to avoid or limit for either good health, weight maintenance or weight loss)
4. List of Fat Burning Foods (to replace refined processed carbohydrates) and more about the excellent fat-burning thermic effect of foods
5. More information about the calories needed per day
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300-400 if pregnant with one fetus
There is no one answer to this question. How many calories a 72 year old woman should consume daily depends on several factors: her height, her metabolic rate, how active she is.
An adult woman should consume about 2,000 calories a day, and a man should consume about 2,500 calories a day. This is considering that both are involved in moderate exercise and eat healthy foods and live a healthy lifestyle.
NO ONE should be consuming only 600 calories a day. It is not enough to sustain life. The minimum recommended level is around 1400 calories for a woman who wants to lose weight.
About 2,000 calories a day.
A 29 year old woman should consume between 20 and 35% of her daily calories from fat. Calorie requirements depend on activity level and range from 1,800 calories for a sedentary female to 2,400 calories for a very active woman.
Yes. The average adult should consume around 2,000 calories a day. A pregnant woman should consume around 2,500 calories per day.
About 1,800 calories a day.
1000 calories per day
A 43 year old woman with no weight issues and a reasonably active lifestyle should have about 2,000 calories daily. If she leads a sedentary lifestyle, 1,700 calories would suffice.
About 1,800 to 2,000 calories daily.
About 2,000 to 2,500 calories daily.
The calorie requirements for middle aged women vary depending on the level of her physical activity. A sedentary middle aged woman should consume 1,800 calories, a while a moderately active one should take in 2,000, and a very active middle aged woman should consume about 2,200 calories per day.
Woman= 2000 Men=2500
it is 2000-2100 per day and some women consume more but that is the average woman!
the human body needs 1000 calories a day less than that and youll start to gain weightso just stisk to a healthy diet and your good!! : )
A 25 year old woman should consume 200 grams of fat per day. A woman who is 25 years old needs about 2,000 calories per day.
It depends on your weight and height. Below is a link to a calories per day calculator.
The amount of calories that a 5 foot 11 inch 23 year old woman should consume in one day is between 2,000 and 2,400. The average weight for a woman of that age and height is between 132.6 lbs and 179.2 lbs.
She should eat the same amount of calories that she normally would (not preganant), and then add about 100 to 200 calories extra (for the baby) every day.
The amount of calories one should consume depends on if he/she is trying to lose, gain or maintain weight. It also depends on how active one is.