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Give counting calories a rest

Knowing metabolism rate during sleep may be effective
Personal trainer Sue Kohlhardt says that, in general, people should consume 25 to 35 percent more than their resting metabolism rate, which Laura Shelton is determining by breathing through an indirect calorimeter.
Laura Shelton breathes into an indirect calorimeter to reveal her resting metabolism rate and set a base for establishing a minimum daily caloric intake. The measurement showed she had been consuming too few calories on her new diet.
Personal trainer Sue Kohlhardt says that, in general, people should consume 25 to 35 percent more than their resting metabolism rate, which Laura Shelton is determining by breathing through an indirect calorimeter.

Give counting calories a rest

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Personal trainer Sue Kohlhardt says that, in general, people should consume 25 to 35 percent more than their resting metabolism rate, which Laura Shelton is determining by breathing through an indirect calorimeter.
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Laura Shelton breathes into an indirect calorimeter to reveal her resting metabolism rate and set a base for establishing a minimum daily caloric intake. The measurement showed she had been consuming too few calories on her new diet.
Personal trainer Sue Kohlhardt says that, in general, people should consume 25 to 35 percent more than their resting metabolism rate, which Laura Shelton is determining by breathing through an indirect calorimeter.
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