Nutrition Calculator

How to Use the Nutrition Calculator

Get Standard Results

  1. Enter age
  2. Enter weight in pounds
  3. Select feet
  4. Select inches
  5. Select your sex
  6. Select Standard Unit
  7. Select activity level
  8. Click calculate button

Get Metric Results

  1. Enter your age
  2. Enter your sex
  3. Select Units metric
  4. Select activity level
  5. Enter cm(Height)
  6. Enter kg(weight)
  7. Click calculate button

Understanding The Results

BMI() is an indicator of the approximate level of fat in your body.

BMR is the measure of the amount of energy your body needs at rest and is measured in calories. BMR is also referred to as maintenance calories which are the calories needed for your body to function.

Status may not apply to body builders or individuals naturally muscular. Their BMI may be high, but there body fat may be low. If this is the case, ignore the obese results.

Carbohydrates are essential for proper body function. Examples of good sources are whole grains, vegetables, fruits and beans which promote good health by delivering vitamins, minerals, fiber, and many other important nutrients to our bodies.

Proteins The calculator provides the approximate protein intake required by the average person. Athletes and body builders may require different calculations. Beans, seeds, whole grains, nuts, and fish provide the best source of protein.

Fats are monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats which lower disease risk. Vegetable oils, nuts, seeds, and fish are among natural fats and are the types you should eat.

Calories are the number of calories you need per day to function and do work based on your activity level. You should eat 300 - 500 calories less than the value shown on the calorie calculator.

Using the Calories Burned With Exercises Calculator

  1. Select the exercise
  2. Enter weight in pounds or KG (Kilograms)
  3. Click the calculate button

Calories Burned With Different Exercises

Minutes Exercised

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