Our expert says:
I would suggest you speak with a dietician about this one. There is no single value, no ideal calorie intake that will definitely work, unless you were able to measure exactly how much energy you burned during a day. So any number you get, whether it's from me or a dietician, is only a guess anyway. What is more important is having an exercise plan that will work combined with the types of foods and the amounts that are healthy. Whatever happens, you must be on a balanced diet, and so there's more to it than just calories. Therefore, my advice is that you arrange to speak to a dietician who can advise you on the specific brands and types of foods you should aim to eat.
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