A Weight Loss Calorie Calculator can be a useful tool in your weight loss journey.
What is a Weight Loss Calorie Calculator?
A Weight Loss Calorie Calculator is a tool you can use to figure out how to adjust your calorie intake from food and your level of physical activitiy and exercise to reach your ideal target weight within a certain period of time.
For example, if you want to lose 40 pounds in 6 months, you can enter this data into the calculator and then calculate the optimum ratio of reduction of calories versus increase in physical activity that will get you to your goal.
How many calories do I need to burn to lose weight and reach my goal?
There is no single correct answer to this question that applies to everybody. It’s an individual and personal thing.
The number of calories you need to burn to achieve your desired weight loss depends on many factors, such as your body size, activity level, gender, age, etc. Our Weight Loss Calculator will help you figure out exactly how many calories you should be consuming each day to achieve the rate of weight loss that you are shooting for.
How do I use a Weight Loss Calorie Calculator to set a realistic goal date?
Understanding the complicated relationship between weight loss and your calorie intake/physical activity will help you select a realistic doable goal date for achieving your ideal weight. Setting a good goal date will help motivate you to stick with your weight loss program without experiencing the discouragement that comes with failing to meet overly-optimistic goals.
How do I access the Weight Loss Calorie Calculator?
Our calculator is currently in development. If you’d like to be notified when it is ready for your use, contact us. The calculator is free to use.
What are some additional resources that can help me with weight loss?
- Understanding the Biology of Overeating
- Influencing Our Hormones With Diet and Exercise
- What Does Food Have to Do With Inflammation?
- How To Remodel Your Body in 3 Simple Steps
- CDC Guide: Physical Activity for a Healthy Weight