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    Default Confused how many calories do I need

    I'm 76.7kg I'm 160cm tall I'm currently breastfeeding my 7 month old plus I do about 30/50 minutes a day on the treadmill currently having around 1500 but thinking that may be too little

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    For bf, I think 1700 is optimal.

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    Yeah when breastfeeding, especially when exercising, you're best off having 1700 minimum

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    Thank you I will add another 200 to my diet then


 

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