Your Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) is an estimation of how many calories you burn per day when exercise is taken into account. It is calculated by firstfiguring out your Basal Metabolic Rate, then multiplying that value by an activity multiplier.
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What is total daily energy expenditure?
Total daily energy expenditure is the number of calories your body burns in a given day taking everything into account from sleep to digestion to exercise.
How do you calculate your energy expenditure?
As for exceeding or decreasing, that鈥檒l depend on your personal goals. The Harris-Benedict equation is the most well-known way to calculate energy expenditure: For women: 655 + (9.6 x weight in kilos) + (1.8 height in centimeters) 鈥?(4.7 x age in years)
How do you calculate the total daily calorie expenditure?
For both The Harris Benedict method as well as the Katch and McArdle method, you can use the same activity multiplier; Or by calculating the energy consumption for every activity (time-based) you perform on a daily basis. This is a more detailed way of determining the total daily caloric expenditure.
What is energy expenditure and why is it important?
If you want to lose or gain weight, energy expenditure can be a valuable piece of information. Everyone needs a minimum amount of calories for their bodies to maintain vital functions, so we should all calculate and make sure that we鈥檙e taking in the necessary amount. As for exceeding or decreasing, that鈥檒l depend on your personal goals.