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Key Takeaways Eating back the calories you burn during exercise is unnecessary and usually just slows weight loss. Most of the methods people use to calculate how many calories they burn during exercise overestimate their actual calorie burn, which can lead people to eat more than they should. Keep reading to learn why “eating back” […]
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