Is it advisable to use calculators that estimate the recommended daily calorie intake?

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Is it advisable to use calculators that estimate the recommended daily calorie intake?

Nutritional issues regarding CHD patients. It is worth emphasizing that all existing calculation methods of caloric values in food and beverages are inaccurate!

Calculators online give an estimate of the recommended daily caloric intake. Calculators consider weight, height, age, and gender. It is essential to know that the numerical result is no more than a "Rule of thumb" because not all calories are the same. There are significant differences in whether the food is processed, industrialized, or fresh. The hours we eat have additional meaning. At night the calories are worth more! Think of a relatively small deviation of 5% and translate it into weight; you will see that the gaps are enormous over time. Therefore I recommend eating only when you are hungry, without counting calories, but only with natural, unprocessed foods, in the proper composition, and only during the day.

Link: Advanced Nutrition Computational Methodology (Insulin and Glycemic indices, Calories intake, Satiety score, Health score!)
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