Calorie Calculator

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What is Calorie Calculator?

The Calorie Calculator is a method of estimating the number of calories person requires each day. Simple guidelines provided for losing or gaining weight through this calculator. If you prefer International System (SI) units then ‘metric units’ preferred.

How to Burn Calories?

For body functioning, constantly calories must burn. More calories burnt by performing strenuous activities, and more activities one performs the more calories burnt. Depending on the activities performed everyday calorie intake will vary. On needs to eat extra to fuel the workout if you exercise more on that day. The minimum absolute calorie intake for men is 1500 and for women it is 1200. Calories burnt must me more than calorie intake in order to lose weight. It is also harmful if on restricts the intake of calories too much.

Military diet for 3 days:

First day: Total counts 1,400 calories.

Morning breakfast:
  • Half a grapefruit,
  • 2 tablespoon peanut butter n a toasted slice,
  • A cup of tea or coffee (optional).
Afternoon lunch
  • Tuna- half cup,
  • Toasted slice,
  • A cup of tea or coffee (optional).
Night dinner:
  • Half banana,
  • An apple,
  • Ice cream- one cup (vanilla),
  • One cup green beans and 85 grams of meat.

Second day: Total amount is 1,200 calories.

Morning breakfast:
  • Toasted slice,
  • Half banana,
  • One cup coffee or tea (optional),
  • One boiled egg.
Afternoon lunch
  • Saltine crackers five,
  • Cottage cheese one cup,
  • Cup of coffee of tea (optional),
  • Boiled egg one number.
Night dinner
  • Banana- half,
  • Half cup broccoli and half cup carrot,
  • Ice cream half cup (vanilla),
  • 2 hot dogs without bun.

Third day: Total amount is 1,100 calories.

Morning breakfast
  • An apple,
  • Saltine crackers five numbers,
  • One cup tea or coffee (optional),
  • Cheddar cheese- 1 ounce slice.
Afternoon lunch
  • One egg,
  • Tea or coffee one cup (optional),
  • Toasted slice.
Night dinner
  • Half banana,
  • Vanilla flavoured ice-cream one cup,
  • One cup tuna.

Until the calories not added from cream or sugar, on must feel comfortable/safe to drink tea or coffee. Drinking plenty of water is also helpful.

Remaining 4 Days in a week:

Diet is also involved in the remaining 4 days of the week.

No food categories restricted even snacks are also permitted. However, the portion sizes limited and 1,500 calories maintained per day.

Hence, there are no other restrictions followed on the other 4days.

Minimum Daily Calorie Intake

Setting bottom calorie groups is difficult, because everybody will have different activity level and body composition.

Health authorities has set baselines that is:

For men- 1,800 calories per day,

For women- 1,200 calories per day.

You can calculate your calorie intake in a very simple manner through ahealz calorie calculator and enter a few details such as age, weight, and gender, etc.

BMR (Basic Metabolic Rate) is the amount of calories body burn at rest or when body is not moving. BMR depends on the weight, gender, height and age. Harris-Benedict equation was used earlier to calculate calories, but later Miffin-St Jeor equation was introduced. This equation gives more accurate results in estimating the amount of calories one can consume each day to balance the body-weight.

Mifflin-St Jeor Equation:
For women: BMR = 10W + 6.25H – 5A – 161
For men: BMR = 10W + 6.25H – 5A + 5

where,
H – body height (cm),
W – body weight (cm),
A – age.

Substitute your weight, height and age in the equation and get the value. The value obtained by this formula is multiplied with an activity factor. Generally activity factor value depends on the person’s levels of physical exercise.

Activity level is:
  • Sedentary, the value is 1.2
  • Light active, the value is 1.375
  • Moderately active, the value is 1.53
  • Very active, the value is 1.725
  • Extra active, then the value is 1.9

Macro Counting

Macro Counting is a very approved way of weight loss based-calorie because it is unrestricted and personalized. The calorie calculation taught to the dieters as well as the amount of fat, proteins, crabs one must intake for losing weight each day is also taught.

As long as everyday macro amount is fit there is no food limitation.

Calories Burnt by Cycling

Cycling for 1 hour can burn calories of about 450-750 on an average.

The amount of calories depends on speed, time invested on biking and weight.

Teen Calorie Intake

However, teens are still growing, nutrients and calorie requirements vary. It depends on activity level, current weight, growing need and age.

Between the age of 12-18 one can experience many growing spurts.

Some growth spurts seen in several areas such as organs, muscle tissue, etc. So, one cannot think that they are done with growing. The fact is that still body is growing and developing somewhere.

Therefore, it is very important to understand the teen nutritional need and calorie intake.

In the growing process body requires high amount of nutrients. Nutrients are present in food one eats and it includes vitamins, minerals, fats, proteins and calories. Therefore, a doctor can help to determine the proper Teen Calorie Intake.

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