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Calories are your bodies' fuel. So they aren't all bad. However,
when you consume more calories than are used by your body they are
stored in the form of fat. That's why it's important to assess your
lifestyle to arrive at an appropriate calorie intake. A sedentary
lifestyle (office desk work for example) would require less calories as
compared to an active lifestyle (e.g. that of an athlete). Based on
your inputs this calculator will provide you with your Basal Metabolic
Rate (BMR) and how much approximately your Average Daily Calorie intake
How does this tool help me?
The basal metabolic rate (BMR) is the base rate at which your
body consumes calories for basic metabolic functions like maintaining
internal temperature, repairing cells, pumping blood, powering muscles
at rest, etc. In other words, it is the rate at which your body
consumes calories when at rest. Most diet and exercise programs focus on
what kinds of food to eat, which exercises are best for weight loss and
toning, etc. That's sensible, since both diet and exercise have to be
adjusted to maintain a preferred weight range and a healthy body.
Note: The results you receive from this tool are not
intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice in diagnosing
a health/lifestyle problem. They are provided to give you an estimate
of results based on professionally accepted formulae and algorithms.
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