Find your optimal calories to reach the ideal weight

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Water intake Calculator

How much water should you drink per day?

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Determine your Protein intake

How many proteins per day?

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You should take ...... of protein per day


BMI Calculator: Find your Body Mass Index

What is your BMI?

Your BMI is a measurement of your body weight based on your height and weight. Although your BMI does not actually “measure” your percentage of body fat, it is a useful tool to estimate a healthy body weight based on your height. Due to its ease of measurement and calculation, it is the most widely used diagnostic indicator to identify a person’s optimal weight depending on his height. Your BMI “number” will inform you if you are underweight, of normal weight, overweight, or obese. However, due to the wide variety of body types, the distribution of muscle and bone mass, etc., it is not appropriate to use this as the only or final indication for diagnosis.

Find out your BMI

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BMIClassification
less than 18.5:Underweight
18.5 - 24.9:Normal weight
25 - 29.9:Overweight
30 - 34.9:Class I Obese
35 - 39.9:Class II Obese
40 upwards:Class III Obese

 

BMI Body Mass Index Indicator Calculator Table Adults
BMI Body Mass Index Indicator for Adults

 

BMI Body Mass Index Indicator Calculator Table Children
BMI Body Mass Index Indicator for Children

 


Body Fat Percentage BFP Calculator

Determine Your Body Fat

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Your body fat is ......

DescriptionWomenMen
Recommended amount:20-25%8-14%
Adults in United States, average :22-25%15-19%
Obese :30+%25+%

Also good to know: Basal Metabolic Rate aka BMR

What is BMR?

The rate at which energy (calories) is used for the essential life functions is called Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR). Basal metabolism includes most of the involuntary things the human body does to support life – such as breathing, blood circulation, body temperature regulation, nervous system operations, etc., but not the extra energy needed for any additional physical activity such as gym exercise. In other words, if you laid in bed all day doing nothing else, then you would need to eat at least the number of calories roughly equal to your BMR in order to maintain your normal body functions.

Have a balanced diet and always ask an expert.


 

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