Tools to Lose Weight, Your Basal Metabolic Rate, Caloric Needs, Macros
(Carbs, Fat, Protein) and What to Eat
Your basal metabolic rate, weight loss resources, calorie requirements, macronutrients (carbohydrates, fats, proteins) best food choices.
How many calories should you eat to lose weight? Do you wish to slim down? Enhance your health by? Want to improve your performance?
Your Dietary Needs and Goals
Learn more about your caloric requirements, macronutrient needs (carbohydrates, fat, and protein), what to eat, and more based on your goals.
The nutrition calculators and meal plan app above will design simple diets tailored to your body, eating habits, and goals (complete with macros, calories and serving sizes). The super easy-to-use dietary calculator displays your ideal calories depending on your age, height, weight, sex and level of physical activity.
Calculate your calories, servings, and nutrition instantly (for the results you want), helping you accomplish your goals faster than ever before.
What is your BMI? The Body Mass Index is a crude estimate of how much body fat a person has. This tool calculates your BMI based upon your recommended body weight.
Body fat percentage is the proportion of total weight that is fat. The number is calculated by simply dividing the sum of fat pounds (fat mass) by body weight.
Find out how strong you are. This calculator provides three formulas that will approximate how much weight you can do one time for an exercise.
How many calories are you burning per exercise? Find out here.
A simple calculator to determine your ideal body weight based on insurance data.
What intensity should I be exercising at? This tool calculates your target heart rate and recommends different cardiovascular training zones for you based upon your resting heart rate.
How many calories should you eat to maintain or change your weight? Try this calculator to find out how many calories you need to lose weight!
How much protein do you really need? This calculator estimates the correct amount of protein you should consume on a daily basis.
Your waist to hip ratio will give you a rough indication of your body fat distribution. You can determine your waist to hip ratio by first measuring your waist and your hips. Ideally, a woman's value should be less than .8 and a man's value, less than .95.
How much fat is in that food? Find the true fat grams and calories in food before eating it.
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