Health & Fitness tools and resources
Our Tools and Calculators
Each one of the following pages has a calculator (with the scientific explanation and details on what you are measuring). They are tools that will help you learn if you are overweight, and how to start acting now to achieve your weight goals.
Body Mass Index is one of the ways used to calculate body fat and the associated health risks. Measure your height and weight and use our calculator to find out your BMI and what steps to take to improve your weight issues.
Basal Metabolic Rate calculator
Calculate your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), also called Resting Metabolic Rate or RMR, with our online calculator. Learn how to use it as a starting point for your weight loss program.
Keto Macros Calculator
Work out the basic macros for your Ketogenic Diet, how much carbs, protein, and fat to eat plus your caloric deficit if your goal is to lose weight.
Diet Calorie Calculator
A tool to work out how many calories you need per day to be able to reach your weight goal target. Very easy to use. Get started now with your diet.
Learn more about these calculators below:
BMI: Calculate your Body Mass Index
BMI is an index that relates to a person's height and weight and serves as an indicator of that person's body weight.
According to the value of the Body Mass Index, you can define if a person is obese, overweight, normal, or underweight.
It is widely used because it is an easy and inexpensive way to measure and define a person's body fat.
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> > BMI Calculator
The BMI number will help you know which is your weight classification, as a first step to tackle issues of over or undereating.
For your reference the BMI ranges and their classification based on the World Health Organization guidelines ( 1 ), are the following:
BMI of less than 18.5
BMI is 18.5 to 24.9
BMI is 25 to 29.9
BMI is 30 or more
Basal Metabolic Rate Calculator
Calculate your Basal Metabolic Rate or BMR also called Resting Metabolic Rate or RMR, with our online calculator tool. Learn how to use it as a starting point for your weight loss program.
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What is Resting Metabolic Rate or RMR?
Basal metabolic rate definition
RMR is the rate at which your body burns energy when it is resting (its only activities under these circumstances is breathing, blood circulation, and brain activity).
It comprises the energy used by your body to keep your body alive at rest. This covers the cellular activity (respiration, normal functioning) and maintaining body temperature within its correct ranges.
Keto Macros Calculator
Our calculator will help you work out the basic macros for your Ketogenic Diet.
What are macros in Keto dieting?
A Ketogenic Diet is a very low carbohydrate, moderate protein, and high-fat diet. It will also include a caloric deficit if your goal is to lose weight.
The exact mix of protein, fats, and carbs plus your daily caloric intake make up the "macros" of your diet.
How does this Keto calculator work?
The calculator takes your gender, height, weight, and age to calculate how much energy your body requires in a resting state, then it adds your level of physical activity to define your energy requirements.
It subtracts the energy deficit you want to adopt (less energy intake is the key to all weight-loss diets). And then based on the recommended protein requirements based on your level of activity and the mass of carbohydrates that you plan to ingest daily, it defines the mix of protein, carbs, and fats for your diet.
Go to the Keto Macros calculator:
You can improve your life quality by shedding a few pounds.
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Tools and Resources for fitness and health, A. Whittall
©2018 Fit-and-Well.com, 11 Oct. 2018. Updated. 15 Nov. 2020. https://www.fit-and-well.com/resources/tools-and-resources.html
Tags: Calorie Calculator, BMI, RMR, Keto Macros, Tools, weight management.
Subject: Fit-and-Well.com. Calculators and scientific evidence to back them. Calculate your BMI, RMR, Caloric needs, and Keto Macros: What are they? How are they calculated? Are they reliable? Tools for weight management