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TDEE calculator or total daily energy expenditure calculator is handy tool for people gaining or reducing weight. You can calculate how many daily calories you need to maintain, reduce, or gain current weight. Keep this TDEE calculator in your bookmark to use it daily while planning your meal.
As mentioned in features, this tool was designed and developed by experts in a way that anyone from any background of any age can use it easily. You don’t need to be a health or IT expert to use this tool. Simple input and pressing a button can give you the information that you will get from a fitness expert. Here below are the micro steps that you can follow to use this tool like a pro:
TDEE stands for Total Daily Energy Expenditure. TDEE calculator is a tool that calculates the number of daily calories your body needs to sustain at your current weight. This information is useful if you are planning to shed or gain some weight.
The factors that affect the TDEE are your basal metabolic rate (BMR), activity level, gender, height, and age.
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is the minimum amount of energy or calories that your body needs for basic bodily functions such as breathing, circulation, and temperature regulation. In other words, it’s the number of calories you need to stay alive or survive.
BMR calculation is based on a variety of factors such as body composition (body fat percentage, muscle mass, and height), age, gender, and activity level. But our BMR calculator asks for just a few inputs and gives you very accurate TDEE and BMR values.
There are various formulae to calculate BMR. Some of them are:
The most popular and most commonly used equation for calculating BMR is the Mifflin-St Jeor equation. Even our TDEE calculator is using Mifflin-St Jeor equation to arrive at the BMR value and then TDEE calculations.
For Men:
BMR (kcal/day) = 10 × weight (kg) + 6.25 × height (cm) – 5 × age (y) + 5 (kcal/day)
For Women:
BMR (kcal/day) = 10 × weight (kg) + 6.25 × height (cm) – 5 × age (y) – 161 (kcal/day)
To calculate TDEE (Total Daily Energy Expenditure), first, you need to calculate BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate). In the previous heading, we have already stated and explained how to calculate BMR. Use the formula and calculate your BMR. Once you have the value of BMR, multiply it by the activity value.
The resultant product of BMR and Activity Level Multiplier will be your TDEE Value. If you don’t want to get involved in all the complicated calculations, use this TDEE calculator and the perfectly calculated value will be before you in just less than a millisecond.
Text Tools Online is a product of KLIKX LTD. Core objective of developing this toolkit is to help the users in their daily professional and educational tasks without downloading and installing any app or software.