Why is consuming only 500 calories a day dangerous?
The minimum daily calorie intake recommended for a healthy adult varies between 1200 and 1500 which is considered necessary to sustain body functions. By consuming only one-third of this requirement, you will not be unable to meet your daily requirements of the major food groups, and suffer from the health risks associated with malnutrition and undernourishment.
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