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Calorie & Macro Calculator

Calorie & Macro Calculator

Simply fill the form out below to get your instant results.

You have the option to receive a detailed report for your results sent directly to your email as well. Rather than just spit out numbers, I find it much more useful for you to know why I recommend the numbers I do, but I don’t want you to be forced into receiving that report if you do not want to.

This calculator is going to recommend your maintenance calories (otherwise known as your TDEE) & macros, because that gives us the best starting point. If your goal is weight loss or weight gain, you’ll get plenty of info on how I recommend adjusting those numbers in the email report. See the FAQ below the calculator if ya still have questions.

Pounds
If you're used to kg, divide your weight by .453592 to get the pounds. For example, 56kg = 123 pounds. Or, Google can convert it for ya.
inches
If you're used to cm, divide your height by 2.54 to get the inches. For example, 170cm = 67 inches. Or, Google can convert it for ya.
years
Your activity factor is simply the amount of activity you typically do. Most people fall into the "moderately active" category, but choose whichever best applies to you! If you workout 3-4 days per week, even if you sit on your butt at work all day, we'd call that moderately active. We use this number to calculate our caloric needs without having to worry about the calories burned from every individual workout.
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FAQs

These results are for information purposes only. It is not intended to be used as a substitute for medical advice or treatment. Users should always consult with a doctor or other health care professional for medical advice.

You’ve Got Your Results… Now What?

I’ve got a ton of blog posts here on my website to help you dive in further to calories, macros, and everything in between! Check out some of my blog posts: