Normal burn rate for women

What is the normal burn rate for women? What factors affect the natural burning rate for women? Read with us more about the burn rate for women.

The natural burning rate for women differs daily from the normal burning rate for men, and knowing the burning rate helps to achieve the required weight. Learn with us between the lines about the natural burning rate for women:

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Normal burn rate for women 

All people need to eat calories daily, but the amount of calories differs between men and women. Adult women need 1600-2200 calories per day, and men need 2200-3000 calories per day.

Calories are important for performing basic body functions, such as: breathing, blood transfusion, and metabolic processes . Calories can also be burned daily by walking, exercising, and doing daily tasks.

The natural calorie burning rate for people in general is about 1,800 calories per day. Sitting, for example, burns about 75 calories per hour.

The burning rate for women between the ages of 19-31 years is between 1800-2000 calories per day, and the burning rate for women between the ages of 31-51 is about 1800 calories.

Factors affecting calorie burning

Many factors affect the number of calories the body burns each day, including: 

  1. Age: The older the person, the fewer calories burned.
  2. Gender: Men burn more calories than women.
  3. Daily Activity: The daily activity rate affects calorie burning. People who move more burn more calories.
  4. Body composition: People with more muscle burn more calories than people with less muscle while at rest.
  5. Pregnancy: Pregnant women burn more calories than non-pregnant women.
  6. Lactation: Breastfeeding women burn more calories.

Calorie burning rate calculator for women

A calorimeter is used to measure the amount of energy the body consumes by analyzing the oxygen and carbon dioxide that is inhaled and expelled from the body.

However, the conditions for using the device are difficult and complex, as it takes place in the laboratory at night and the person is required to refrain from exercising for 24 hours, fast for 12 hours, and sleep for 8 hours, and due to the exorbitant and complex cost of measurement, an equation was used that roughly calculates the rate of calorie burning, which depends on weight, height, age and body, namely:

Burn rate for women = 655 + (9.6 * weight (kg)) + (1.8 * height (cm)) - (4.7 * age (in years)).

Calorie burning goals 

The number of calories that should be burned per day depends on health and fitness goals, age, gender, height, and weight, and varies according to a person's goal, as follows: 

  • Weight Loss

To lose weight, you must eat fewer calories or burn additional calories, and it is also possible to combine eating fewer calories with burning calories.

In order to lose weight, the calorie deficit must be 10% - 20%, but if weight is lost quickly with a large calorie deficit that can lead to a feeling of extreme hunger, then the body uses some mechanisms to prevent weight loss, such as lethargy and low metabolism.

  • Weight maintenance

To maintain weight, you must ensure that the amount of calories you eat matches the calories you burn.

If there is an increase in weight, it could indicate consuming more calories or burning fewer calories.

  • overweight

Weight gain is if a person eats more calories than he needs or reduces calories burned, and maintaining weight gain must be permanent and slow at a rate of 10% - 20%.

It is possible to gain weight by choosing foods rich in calories to gain weight, including: whole milk, nuts and oils, protein, avocados , rice and cereals.

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