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I should mention…I used the numbers from the iifym calculator and according to others in a fb iifym group I am on, they have the same calculations as you do, and I should currently be at around 1992 calories. However, I started at 1403, went up a little when I maybe hit a plateau to 1509, and am now back down to 1375 calories. I wasn’t educated about how to calculate my macros when I first began and just used that calculator on the iifym website. However, when I learned what I really should be at, it was too late, as I am in a weight loss challenge at work for 2 months and didn’t want to risk gaining any weight. So, another question for you…this contest ends tomorrow. I am planning on going up to what my calories should be, however, I am scared to go from 1375 to 1992 right away because I don’t want to gain weight. I know a little weight gain will happen because of adding more carbs/water weight, but I’m not quite sure how much to expect? Should I up my calories all at once, or maybe half at a time?