Katch Mcardle takes into account body fat which if you have lower body fat then your BMR is higher. Seems to be significant if you are sub 10%. Just a thought
Thanks for your suggestion!
We have an option to add a custom BMR if you'd like to use this right away.
In the energy burned section of your settings, use the drop-down menu next to BMR to select custom. You can enter any value you'd like there.
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