Susan's caloric needs are approximately 1800 calories per day. She desires to lose two pounds a month for 10 months. What is the total caloric deficit required?
ANSWER.
* Calculation of total calorie deficit required.
Total calories found in one pound = 3500 calories.
So
Total calorie lose two pounds a month for 10 month = 3500 * 2 *10
= 7000 * 10
= 70000
Total calorie deficit required = 70000 calories.
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