BMR Metric Calculator
Find your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) to determine the base amount of energy your
body needs to function
What is BMR?
Your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) represents amount of energy your body needs to keep
functioning as if you stayed in bed all day.
BMR decreases with age and with the loss of lean body mass. Increasing muscle mass
BMR is used in Matthews Calorie Counter to help generate your Daily Calorie Intake,
Total Daily Energy Expenditure and many other calculations to obtain an efficient
How to Calculate BMR?
Step 1. Convert your Height and Weight into CM and Kilos.
Step 2. Using this BMR formula, calculate your BMR:
66 + ( 13.75 * Weight ) + ( 5 * Height)
- ( 6.76 x Age )
655 + ( 9.6 * Weight ) + ( 1.8 * Height
) - ( 4.7 x Age )
*For a standard version, please see our Standard BMR Calculator
To Convert Inches into CM: Inches * 2.54
To Convert CM into Inches: CM * .3937008
To convert Pounds into KG: KG * 2.2 = Pounds
To convert KG into Pounds: Pounds / 2.2
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