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Calorie Calculator

Calorie Analysis

As we all know, not every day durring the week runs the same way, so you can calculate your calorie consumption over the period of a whole week. This analytical approach has more significance and provides better and more realistic calorie values. Everyone has active and lazy days. This is normal and should be considered in gathering of realistic information relating the daily calorie consumption. Experience has shown, that the movement behavior of a person commutes very well in the weekly average and thus a better base is formed to determine your total calorie consumption per day (total metabolic rate).

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2) How would describe the physical stress during your working hours?

4) What sports do you usually practice a week, and how many hours do you spend on the average for each activity?

5) Which other activities do you usually operate during a week, and how many hours do you spend on the average for each activity?

(Please choose at least one answer per question.)


Your Results

Your Data

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Weight: {{thisInputData.bodyWeight}} {{unitWeightR}}

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Your Basal Metabolic Rate each day is {{dataResult.basalMetabolicRate}} kcal.

Your Total Metabolic Rate each day is {{dataResult.metabolicRate}} kcal.

Tips relating calorie intake and weight

Gaining weight

Do you want gain weight successfully and permanently, this only works on a positive energy balance, yes that's the secret you always wanted to know - trust me - the only working secret to increase weight, that means, you must ingest more calories than are consumed by your body. To increase your weight and your body mass, you should daily take about 500 to 600 kcal more, than your total daily calorie consumption (total metabolic rate) requires. You should not eat tons of junk food to reach this positive energy balance. Your additional diet should include complex carbs such as whole grains, rice, oatmeal, pasta, etc. as well as plenty of protein-containing products such as meat, eggs, fish and milk protein from low-fat cottage, cheese, curd or yogurt.

Losing weight

If you want lose weight as well as lose fat successfully and permanently, that only works on a negative energy balance, yes that's the secret of a diet you always wanted to know - trust me - the only working secret to reduce weight, that means, ingest less calories than are consumed by your body. But it must be ensured that the daily calorie ingestion is not below the basal metabolic rate, in order to avoid any permanent health damage. By usage of this system you can also prevent the so-called „Yo-Yo effect“. A good starting point is the golden mean between basal metabolic rate and the total metabolic rate. For example, this would be in a BMR of 1600 kcal and a total energy requirement of 2200 kcal approximately at 1900 kcal per day. The missing 300 kcal, will be taken out of the body's own fat reserves and thus reduce them. Try it and you will be surprised about the fantastic results, long term results - not just for 1-2 weeks. Furthermore you also avoid the ordinary „weak and lazy“ diet feeling, which usually occurs after a few days of less nutrition by usage of this system.

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Daily calorie requirements (Calories(kcal)/Day)

The total daily energy demand of a person indicates how much energy (kcal) the body needs per day to maintain the basic body functions as well as to support the body with enough energy for the various daily amounts of physical activities. So how much calories your body consumes per day. Whether during sleep, work, sports or by moving, all of these activities consume calories. The individual values in amount of energy (calories), which are required by practicing various activities is determined in laboratories and afterwards provided as guidelines to interested people. For details about daily energy consumption and calorie intake see section „Nutrition“ and paragraph Daily energy consumption and calorie intake