200? What are you talking about? The average adult burns about 60 calories merely sitting there watching tv. And that's just adults. Teens burn much more calories because they're at the stage in their life that they're growing. A person burns way more than 200 calories a day just living.
Most teenagers do burn 2000 cals a day. The amount of calories you burn depends on your healthy diet, your height, your weight, your needs and your development, and also your activities. If you do unhealthy diets starving yourself, then you surely reduce your metabolism. I am 14, and I burn somewhere 1800-1900 cals each day, without the activities.
Most teens burn over a 1000 just by being alive. Your cells need energy to undergo their ordinary functions--you technically burn calories by watching TV. Climbing stairs, opening doors, carrying objects...all these take calories. Furthermore, many teens also engage in physical activity, which burns even more calories. Some teens can be looking at burning up to 3000 or 4000 calories each day.
Kool, tvm! I don't know if I can do 2000 a day! But I shall try.
It depends on the teenager. If it's a lazy teenager, maybe 200 or something.