Calorie Calculator

This calorie calculator estimates the number of calories needed each day to maintain, lose, or gain weight.
Learn the kinds of calories and their effects.

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How to use Yttags's Calorie Calculator?

  • Step 1: Select the Tool
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  • Step 2: Enter The Following And Click On Calculate Button.
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  • Step 3: Check Your Calorie Calculator Result
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Free diet plans and weight loss programs - Calculate the number of calories you need a day to maintain your weight.

Mifflin-St Jeor Equation:
BMR for men = 10 X Weight + 6.25 X Height - 5 X Age + 5
BMR for women = 10 X Weight + 6.25 X Height - 5 X Age - 161
Harris-Benedict Equation:
BMR for men = 13.397 X Weight + 4.799 X Height - 5.677 X Age + 88.362
BMR for women = 9.247 X Weight + 3.098 X Height - 4.330 X Age + 447.593
Katch-McArdle Formula:
BMR = 370 + 21.6(1 - Body Fat) X Weight

Calories in Common Foods

  • Apple (red delicious) – 60 calories
  • Broccoli – 35 calories
  • Chicken breast (skinless) – 160 calories
  • Grapes (red) – 81 calories
  • Orange (navel) – 50 calories
  • Pickles – 13 calories
  • Rice (brown) – 366 calories
  • Sweet potato (skinless) – 78 calories
  • Tomato (Roma) – 20 calories
  • Tuna (canned) – 87 calories

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FAQs for Calorie Calculator

what is a Calorie Calculator?
A Calorie Calculator is a tool or formula used to estimate the number of calories a person needs to maintain, gain, or lose weight based on factors such as age, gender, weight, height, and activity level.
How does a calorie calculator work?
A calorie calculator works by using mathematical formulas, often the Harris-Benedict equation, to estimate an individual's daily calorie needs based on their inputted information, such as age, gender, weight, height, and activity level.
How many calories per day?
The number of calories a person needs per day varies depending on factors like age, gender, weight, height, and activity level. On average, it's recommended that adults consume around 2,000 to 2,500 calories per day for maintenance, but individual requirements can differ significantly.
What are the benefits of counting calories?
Counting calories can help individuals manage their weight, make informed dietary choices, and create a calorie deficit or surplus for weight loss or gain goals.
How many calories are in food?
The number of calories in food varies widely depending on the type of food. For example, a small apple may have around 95 calories, while a slice of pepperoni pizza can have around 285 calories.