On a normal day I need about 600-700 calories. I eat things like eggs, whole grains, lots of fruits and veggies, low fat cheeses & milks ( cottage cheese, Greek yogurt, swiss, soy milk) I eat very little meat, mostly chicken & salmon, but not everyday, maybe only 2 meals a week. I eat Morningstar Farms & Boca burgers. Is that ok?
I do not eat "junk food" no fast food, no chips or cookies, no sodas.Answer Question
Answer by vicesix at 4:11 PM on Dec. 6, 2010
You need way more that 600-700 calories per day. Taken from babycenter.com... "For ages 2 to 3, the USDA recommends a child consume 1,000 to 1,400 calories, depending on his activity level. For age 4, the calorie intake increases to between 1,200 and 2,000." So as you can see, you are eating far less than a toddler should be eating. VERY unhealthy. Check out my journal post, it explains calories in and calories out for weight loss.
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