Macronutrient Calculator

If you’re struggling to achieve your diet goals it’s almost always because your diet is out of whack, meaning you’re not actually eating the right amount of calories. Knowing how many calories you need to eat to achieve your fitness goals is not enough. You have to also accurately eat according to that calorie goal. This macronutrient calculator will help you track your macros for any diet from IIFYM to Keto.

Step 1: Calculate Your Calorie Requirements (TDEE)

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Age

Yrs.

Height

Ft. In.
Cm.

Weight

Lbs.
Kg.

Formula


Exercise Level



Your BMR is:

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Calories/Day

Your TDEE is:

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Calories/Day

Step 2: Choose Your Goals & Intensity

Lose Weight

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Calories/Day

Maintain Weight

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Calories/Day

Gain Weight

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Calories/Day

Step 3: Customize Your Nutrition Plan

Protein = 4 Calories per Gram

grams per lb. of body weight

Fat = 9 Calories per Gram

grams per lb. of body weight

Carbs = 4 Calories per Gram

Carbohydrates are calculated based on the calories you have remaining after calories from protein and fat have been subtracted from your TDEE.



Step 4: View Your Results

Carbs Protein Fat Calories
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Frequently Asked Questions

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+ What Is TDEE?

TDEE stands for Total Daily Energy Expenditure. TDEE is an energy estimate that measures the total amount of calories you burn in a day from sleeping, eating, breathing, your level of activity, and so on. TDEE is the number of calories you need to consume to maintain your current weight.

+ Which Formula Should I Choose?

Unless you know your body fat% select "Total Body Weight Formula."

+ What Is BMR?

BMR stands for Basal Metabolic Rate. BMR is an energy estimate that measures how many calories you burn in your resting state. As a general rule, to avoid any long term metabolic damage, you should not eat fewer calories than your BMR.

+ What Should My Macros Be?

This is going to depend on many factors including your fitness goal, weight, and body type. My only consistent tip is to insure you're eating 1g of protein for every pound you weigh

+ Which TDEE Calculations Does This Calculator Use?

My macronutrient calculator uses both Harris Benedict and Katch-McArdle which takes into account lean body mass.

+ Learn How To Track Macros

Learn how to track macros with this easy to follow guide.