2500 calroies sounds low for maintaing your weight if your burning 1300 from exercise. That equates to about a 2 lb loss per week. Increase your calroie intake by 500 a day so that your up to 3000 calroies daily. If you still continue to lose weight increase by 100 a day and adjust accordingly on a week to week basis.
gottarun96 - the tools on CC are not appropriate for people under 21. This calculator is. I agree with cburkett that 2500 is likely too low given the amount that you burn from exercise (remember you burn calories all day long, not just from exercise).
kimia13 - nobody can diagnose you over the internet with a specific eating disorder, but if you are only eating 150 calories (or even if that was a typo and you meant 1500), then you are eating too little and need to eat more. If you are only eating 150, then you need to receive professional help to make sure you safely increase your calories, as increasing too fast from that little could be dangerous. Actually, in either case, I would suggest talking to a professional.
If you keep eating 150 calories a day, you will be dead.
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Your metabolism is on the verge of death because you have been starving it. No one maintains on 150 calories a day naturally.
Gottarun, if you are maintaining on 2500, it might be that your 1300 from exercise is an overestimate. Or else your body has gotten used to a lower amount of calories.
But I wouldn't worry about it too much, since presumably you are at times eating more than 2500 calories - few people eat the same amount every day.
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