TDEE is calculated based on the factors described above. These factors are more specifically referred to as the thermic effect of activity, and non-exercise activity thermogenesis energy expended for non-sleeping, eating, or sports-like exercise. Protein for example, has a far larger thermic effect than dietary fat, since it is more difficult to process. TDEE stands for total daily energy expenditure. In other words, it is the minimum energy needed to maintain a person's vital organs only. Activity level is a factor that is based on the amount of activity a person undergoes. Other factors that can be considered in the calculation include the thermic effect of food, though this is not always factored into the calculation, and has a relatively smaller impact than BMR and activity level.
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