Weight Loss Calculators

Maintaining or losing weight has never been simpler with the right tools. Weight loss is mostly a mathematical process. One pound of weight is equal to 3,500 calories.

So, whenever your body has a 3,500-calorie deficit, you will lose a pound of weight. However, you first need to know how many calories you need to maintain your current weight. This is why using weight loss calculators make the process simpler.

How Do We Determine the Weight Loss Formulas?

Of course, this isn’t a guessing game. Our calculators are rooted in science and research. There are 3 steps to determining what number of calories you can eat and lose weight.

1) Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR): First, we must establish your basal metabolic rate. Your metabolism expends energy when it is resting at this rate. This is the amount of energy needed for such things like your heart, lungs, and body to function properly. Factors such as your age, gender, height, and current weight determine this rate.

2) Caloric Requirements: To determine your body’s caloric requirements, we refer to the Harris Benedict equation in combination with the BMR. The Harris Benedict equation assigns a number based on your activity level. This number is then multiplied to the BMR. The result is the number of calories you need a day to stay the same weight.

3) Weight Loss: Now that you know the number of calories you can eat a day, you just eliminate 3,500 calories to lose one pound. Since you can’t reduce that many in one day, we divide 3,500 by 7 days to discover the daily amount.

Calculators Make it Easy

Now that you understand the simple math behind losing weight, these weight loss calculators make the process even easier.

Get Started By Using Any Of Our Weight Loss Calculators Below

1. BMR Calculator

This calculator allows you to input the necessary information about gender, age, weight, and height. The resulting calculation is your BMR calorie amount per day.

2. Calorie Calculator 1

You will need to know your BMR calorie amount before using this calculator. Enter it in the space provided along with the amount of exercise, if any, that you do. The calculator provides you with the number of calories you need to maintain your weight.

3. Weight Loss Calculator 1

If you don’t want to maintain your current weight, use this calculator to decide how many pounds you want to lose in a certain number of weeks. The resulting number is your new calorie amount. Please note, it is not recommended that you try to lose more than 2 pounds a week.

4. Weight Loss Calculator 2

This calculator takes into account that you may be actively exercising. That makes a big difference in your calorie intake. A place is provided for you to indicate your exercise level as well as how much you want to lose per week.

5. Calorie Calculator 2

This calculator reveals information from the first two calculators. You will see your personal data, exercise level, and both your BMR and maintenance calorie amount.

6. “All in One” Weight Loss Calculator 

Find ease of use with this multi-functional calculator. By simply entering your personal data, it calculates your BMR and using the Harris Benedict model discovers your maintenance and weight loss caloric amounts.

Discover the mathematical way to losing weight with these handy calculators. Whether you want to lose or simply maintain your weight, these calculators provide just what you need.