CALORIE CALCULATOR

With the calorie intake calculator, we’ll help you calculate and understand your daily calorie intake needs. Our calorie needs calculator is highly personalized, so it can yield calorie intake for both men and women. Simply input the requested information, and we’ll display the healthiest range for your recommended calorie intake whether you’re looking to gain, lose or maintain your current weight. Try it today, it doesn’t get any easier than this!

 

MACRO CALCULATOR

To calculate your daily calorie and macro goals, simply fill out the information on my calculator below!  This calculator is designed by flexible dieters. IIFYM is another name for flexible dieting. The full form of IIFYM is if it fits your macros. Macros are short for macronutrients, and they are defined as substrates used to produce energy in the body. Carbohydrates, fats, and proteins are the macronutrients. The caloric total for food is calculated by adding all the macronutrient amount together.

 

How to use Our Macro calculator?

At first, you should choose gender, then write age and choose a future goal. The future goal has four options to select for.

Fat Loss

For those who want to lose weight, safely and fast. Puts individuals in twenty percent calorie deficit.

Muscle gain

This option is for those who want to build muscles quick. This can also be used by those who want to gain weight. This option shows twenty percent calories surplus.

10% lose weight

This option is for those who wish to lose ten percent and want to build muscles. Puts you in ten percent calorie deficit.

Maintain

Designed for those who desire to keep their current weight. This option aids eating at the macro level.

Fats are less available compared to carbohydrates in the body for instant use. The reason for this is that the transformation of fats into energy is more complex compared to carbohydrates. Fats must be broken down into triglycerides to glycerol then into free fatty acids, which can be used by the body for energy consumption. Fats provide more energy than carbohydrates and are also used as building blocks of essential hormones.

FATS

PROTIEN

Under extreme circumstances, protein can be also used for the creation of energy. Protein must convert into fatty acids or glucose for energy consumption. Amino acids can also be utilized for energy conversion.

CARBOHYDRATES

Fats are less available compared to carbohydrates in the body for instant use. The reason for this is that the transformation of fats into energIn the body, the carbohydrates are converted into simple sugar molecules, glucose, which is found in every tissue present in the body. The excess glucose is converted into glycogen and is stored in the liver. Some of the glycogen is stored in muscles and is used in the formation of ATP, a compound which body derives energy from. The stores of glycogen tend to deplete after vigorous exercise. This calculator calculates what amount of carbohydrates is needed for an individual with different goals, whether it's for exercise or weight loss.y is more complex compared to carbohydrates. Fats must be broken down into triglycerides to glycerol then into free fatty acids, which can be used by the body for energy consumption. Fats provide more energy than carbohydrates and are also used as building blocks of essential hormones.

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