Weight loss calculator helps you calculate approximate daily calorie intake needed for effective weight loss . Our tool takes into account your height, weight and age and calculates the needed daily calorie intake based on level of your activity.
If you want to calculate your daily calorie intake and your weight loss plan, please provide following information: your age, your height, your weight and your target weight.
The tool will then calculate your BMR (basal metabolic rate) and based on this calculation it will display how much calories you should consume per day. It will also show you different diet plans (more agressive diet plans).
Calculate your weight loss plan. Get basic information on how should your diet look like. The less calorie the better is not always true!
Input your characteristics and find out your daily calorie intake. This tool is not 100% accurate. For accurate results consult a nutrition specialist.
Note: When entering height in foot and inches please only use 2 digits. Example: height of 6 foot and 1.5 inch should be entered as 6 foot 2 inches.
We use simple calculation based on factors like age, weight, height. This tool does not take into account the density of your bones, muscle mass etc so the results are not accurate, but a mere approximation. Use this information to see about how much calories you should consume per day.
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