ConvertEverything Homepage
Site Search
A calorie less a day keeps weight away
SHOW ALL BY ALPHABET SHOW ALL BY CATEGORIES UNITS OF MEASURE MATH AND CALCULATORS ANYTHING FOR FUN GAME
TOOLS
ABOUT US

Daily Calorie Requirement
Instructions Enter your current weight in pounds, and optionally a desired weight. Select Male/Female and your activity lifestyle. Once selected, the result block below will show you the number of calories you should eat each day to maintain your current weight and how many calories you need to reduce to achieve your desired weight (at a 25% caloric reduction).
Your Information
Weight in pounds   Desired weight    Select your sex
        Male
        Female
Select the activity level that matches your lifestyle
      Sedentary
      Light Activity
 Moderate Activity
 Very Active
Results

 
To lose weight To take off one pound per week, you'll need to reduce calories by 500 per day (one pound of body fat equals about 3,500 calories.) Calorie reduction is both difficult to achieve and a stress on the body, try eating 250 calories less per day and exercising enough to burn 250 calories (eg: jog/walk 2.5 miles). An easy method is simply to remove one portion of food per day. It can be hazardous to your health to significantly change your caloric intake, consult a doctor before starting any diet that changes your calories more than 25% of your maintenance rating, or is below 1400 calories per day.
General information A fast and easy method to determine calorie needs is to use total current body weight times a multiplier.

This method ignores activity level of body type.

Weight/Fat loss: 12 - 13 calories per lb. of bodyweight
Maintenance: 15 - 16 calories per lb. of bodyweight
Weight gain: 18 - 19 calories per lb. of bodyweight

If you are planning on gaining or losing weight, you should consult a doctor and nutritionist to ensure you do not complicate your health. This page provides some helpful generalized information related to caloric needs and weight, however it should not be used as true for all individuals.

The Fat Loss Factor

Other information that may be of interest:

Brad Callen's "Ultimate Weight Loss Revealed" eBook is written for individuals looking to lose 5-7 pounds per week without expensive diets or diet products.

For those that are pregnant, and wish to have a "Pregnancy Without Pounds" then Michelle Biton's book will show you how to avoid undue wait gain, resist food cravings and special exercises.

Slow diets are not for everyone. If you are looking to lose 7 pounds a week, then "Weight Loss By The Numbers" may be the eBook for you.

site designed by Spyder