Weight Loss Calculator
Find out what your calorie deficit should be to meet your Weight Loss
Daily Calorie Deficit:
Total Expected Weight Loss:
Reaching Your Diet Goal
In order to reach this goal, you must create a daily calorie deficit of --.
To create a calorie deficit you must burn more energy than you take in. Calorie Deficits can be achieved through dieting or by increasing your energy output (exercising) over your standard TDEE (total daily energy requirement).
Your TDEE can be calculated by multiplying your BMR against your Daily Activity.
Please see our Daily Calorie Intake Calculator on how to do this.
A healthy weight loss per week is between .5 and 1 pounds.
Some goals are realistic and some are not, always consult your doctor before starting
Finding Your Calorie Deficit
Step 1. TEWL (Total Expected Weight Loss) = Current Weight - Goal Weight
Step 2. Total Calorie Burn = TEWL * 3,500
Step 3. Daily Calorie Deficit = Total Calorie Burn / (Today - Goal Date)
*For a metric version, please see our Metric Weight Loss Calculator
To convert Pounds into KG: KG * 2.2 = Pounds
To convert KG into Pounds: Pounds / 2.2
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