Macro Calculator ; Count Your Macros Like a Pro!

Find your macronutrient ratio for flexible dieting and “if it fits your macros.” Build a meal plan around your ideal ratio of proteins, carbs, and fats!

Calorie Calculator

Cms :

Calorie Result
Calorie Needed:
You Must Intake The Following Daily
Fat: per day
Protein: per day
Carbohydrate: per day
Alcohol: per day

HOW DID WE CALCULATE YOUR CALORIES?’s macro calculator starts with the Mifflin St. Jeor equation, which is considered by our nutritionists and dieticians to be the “gold standard” of calorie calculators. Here’s how it works:

Calculate basal metabolic rate (BMR), or the calories your body burns simply by being alive.
For men: 10 x weight (kg) + 6.25 x height (cm) – 5 x age (y) + 5 (kcal / day)
For women: 10 x weight (kg) + 6.25 x height (cm) – 5 x ag
e (y) -161 (kcal / day)

Then, this BMR count is multiplied, depending on your activity level:

Sedentary = 1.2
Lightly active = 1.375
Moderately active = 1.550
Very active = 1.725
Extra active = 1.9

The calorie count is then adjusted based on your goal:

Weight loss: Reduce by 10-20%
Weight gain: Add 500 calories
Weight maintenance: Unchanged

This calorie count issplit into macronutrient percentages in the following ratios, based on splits commonly recommended by our nutrition experts for muscle gain, weight loss, and weight maintenance. (Yes, weight gain and maintenance are the

same ratio, but the calories and macros are different.)

Weight loss: 40/40/20 (carbohydrates/protein/fats)
Weight gain:

Weight maintenance: 40/30/30

These daily grams of each “macro” come from applying those percentages to your daily calorie number. Each gram of a macronutrient is “worth” this many calories:Protein: 4 calories
Carbs: 4 calories
Fats: 9 calories

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