Based on the information you provided us, we have calculated a daily goal to help you achieve the weight loss you are looking for. This daily goal factors in the amount of calories you should aim to consume through food minus the calories you should burn through fitness.
As you eat and exercise throughout the day, you should log your meals and activity in the Food and Fitness Logs. WebMD will then let you know how many calories you can still eat for the day.
If you have a daily goal of 1500 and exercise for 200 calories, you could still eat 1300 calories and be within your calorie limit.
After you have added a "Frequent Food" from the food search results page, you can quickly edit the serving amount and add it right to your log. So be sure to save the food and meal items you eat often as favorites for easy logging.
After you have added a "Frequent Activity" from the fitness search results page, you can quickly edit the duration and add it right to your log. So be sure to save the activities and workouts you perform often as favorites for easy logging.
You should always speak with your doctor or other qualified healthcare provider before you start or change any weight management or physical activity plan. This tool is intended for informational purposes only and does not provide medical advice and is not a substitute for professional medical advice from a qualified healthcare provider. Never stop or delay seeking treatment because of something you have read on the WebMD site. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately.