MaxQ Nutrition Calorie Calculator For Diet and Weight Loss Plans
If you’re planning on starting a diet or weight loss plan, then MaxQ Nutrition’s Calorie Calculator is the best starting point—calories in, calories out is the foundation of a solid and successful weight loss goal.
But not everyone has the same calorie needs-so when you see a diet that puts you on 1,200 calories or 1,500 calories—you should run—it’s not made for YOU.
YOU can make your own diet plan based on your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) and Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) with this calorie calculator.
MaxQ Nutrition Calorie Calculator
The following MaxQ Nutrition Calorie Calculator is based on the Mifflin-St. Jeor equation.
This method not only estimates your caloric needs based on gender, age and weight, it also takes into consideration your activity level to best estimate your daily caloric needs to maintain your weight.
This calorie calculator is the foundation of your fitness plan, diet plan and weight loss goals.
The above results provided a guide on the number of calories you need to maintain your weight and then sample calories to lose targeted pounds.
It combines your BMR and TDEE to give the most accurate estimate of your targeted caloric intake.
Please understand this calorie calculator cannot include your respiration, medical conditions or any other unique circumstance that may impact your weight loss goals.
If you think you have a condition, talk to your doctor before beginning your weight loss plan.
Calorie Calculator: Source of Calories
Some people get that number above and they think that’s all they need. But its just the start. Macro sources count. Macronutrients are the food sources that make up calories. Fat, protein and carbohydrates, to be exact. Both carbs and protein have four calories per gram and fat has 9 calories per gram.
Obviously if carbs are your only caloric source, not only will you be deficient in nutrients necessary to maintain health, you’ll also have an ugly health profile. Protein builds muscle and tissues, fat regulates hormones, fills you up and even gives you energy and carbs provide energy for workouts but also get quickly stored as fat if not used.
If this calorie calculator is the preamble to setting your weight loss goal, then fat and protein should be the majority of your macro sources.
A sample plan is 40% protein, 35% fat, 25% carbs.
Adjust as needed.
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