It's not a concrete number. Different people have different needs and varying amounts of caloric intake. Your breakfast should typically be between 20-25% of your total day's caloric intake.
If you are a 45 year old women, 5'4" and weigh 140 pounds your BMR is 1200 calories. Your breakfast would be 240-300 calories.
Another approximate example:
A quarter to a third of your calories should be consumed at breakfast. This translates to:
400-533 calories for a sedentary woman over 50 on 1600 calories.
500-667 for a moderately active adult woman on 2000 calories.
625-833 for a moderately active 31-50 year old on man on 2400-2600 calories and as many as 800-1067 for a very physically active teenage boy on 3200 calories.
You may find it difficult to eat this number of calories first thing in the morning, but you should work up to it gradually. It will stop you snacking on less healthy things throughout the morning, and will actually help control weight, as well as make you feel better for the whole day.
With moderate activity your caloric intake would increase and therefore the breakfast would as well.
you shuold eat 30-40
an average person should eat 350-500 calories for breakfast. i usually have about 200 calories but that's because im not usually hungry in the mornings. hope this helps
Well, that depends on what you eat.
It depends on what you eat. It varies so much, it's impossible to tell how many calories are just in 'breakfast.'
IHOP, every morning :-)
Breakfast: 250 cal Lunch: 400 cal Dinner: 450 call =1100 cal
they should eat about 3 calories per minute
400 to 600 calories.
At least 1,000 to 2,000 calories per day that you should eat.
how many calories should a 61 year old, 5'8" tall, eat
If you only eat breakfast, lunch, dinner and nothing else, you could lose weight. It will depend upon what you eat, how many calories you would consume and the amount of calories you would burn daily.