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Calorie Calculator – How Much Should You Be Eating?

Not sure how many calories you should be consuming daily? Our Calorie Calculator can help you determine not only the amount of calories you should be aiming for, but the breakdown of macronutrients as well (proteins, carbohydrates and fats).



The content found on this page is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to represent medical advice. Consult your doctor before starting any diet and exercise program.

Body Mass Index (BMI) Calculator – How Much Do You Need to Lose?

Body Mass Index (BMI) is a common standard for assessing an individual’s bodyweight based on their height.



Note: Although this screening tool is generally reliable, it must be understood that it has limits as well. The BMI value will overestimate bodyweight in athletes and others who have muscular builds, and it will underestimate bodyweight in older persons and others who have lost muscle mass.

The content found on this page is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to represent medical advice. Consult your doctor before starting any diet and exercise program.

Activity Calculator – How Much Are You Burning?

The following Activity Calculator can help you keep track of the number of calories you burn during common leisurely and sporting activities, to help you along with your calorie-burning goals.



The content found on this page is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to represent medical advice. Consult your doctor before starting any diet and exercise program.

Target Heart Rate Calculator – How Intense Should You Train?

The following Activity Calculator can help you keep track of the number of calories you burn during common leisurely and sporting activities, to help you along with your calorie-burning goals.



Your heart rate while exercising is an indicator of whether or not your efforts are improving your chances of weight loss, or just improving your cardio. To see what range your heart should fall within for weight loss, use the Target Heart Rate Calculator below.

To establish your resting heart rate (measured in beats per minute), you can use a heart rate monitor, or simply do it manually. To do it manually, find a pulse on your wrist or neck (either side of the Adam’s apple) and count the number of beats for 20 seconds, then multiply by 3. You should only establish your resting heart rate when you are resting, not active or waking from a sleep.