# Calorie & Macro Calculator

Calorie & Macro Calculator

Height (in/cm):
Weight (lb/kg):
Bodyfat % (optional):
Age:
Activity Level:
Gender:
Units:
Results:
Protein Calculation(grams per pound):
Fats:
Carbs:
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### Calorie & Macro Definition

From: Sara Solomon <[email protected]>
Subject: Calorie & Macro Calculator

Calculator Title:
Calorie & Macro Calculator

Calculator Inputs:
I would like it modelled after this calculator
(http://www.calculatorpro.com/calculator/bmr-calorie-calculator/);
however, I want to make changes to the calculations and

Height (no changes)
Weight (no changes)
Age (no changes)
Gender (no changes)
Units (no changes)

This is where I want changes:

Remove LBM

Activity Factor:
Please use the calculations used in this calculator:
http://www.calculatorpro.com/calculator/daily-calorie-calculator/

Exercise 1-3x per week, Exercise 3-5x per week,
Exercise 6-7x per week, Exercise 2x per day

Results:
TDEE (Maintenance Level Calories)
TDEE -10% (Fat Loss for Daily Fasting)
TDEE -15%  (Fat Loss for Daily Fasting)

Protein:
1 gram per pound
1.1 grams per pound
1.2 grams per pound
1.3 grams per pound
1.4 grams per pound

(write the answer for the protein in grams and as a
percent. Take the body weight x 1g, or 1.1 g, etc to
establish the amount of grams of protein/day. Then to
establish the percentage of the total daily calories,
take the grams of protein/day and multiply by 4
calories per gram.

Fats: (enter to solve for carbs)
15%
20%
25%
30%
35%
40%

(write the answer for fat in both grams and as a
percent. We already know the percent. So to establish
the grams: for example if they pick 20%: 0.20 x the
results calories. Then divide this number by 9
calories/gram to establish the grams of fat for the
day.

Carbs: Whatever is remaining.
(no options)
Please write the carbs as both a percent and grams. We
already know the percent for protein and fat: so carbs
is 100% – (percent for both protein & fat). This carb
percentage multiplied by the “results calories’ will
give the calories of carbs permitted. Then divide this
by 4 calories/gram to establish the grams of carbs
allowed.

Have this as my title Graphic top centre of the
calculator: <img
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Please refer to my website (www.drsarasolomon.com) to
see I the colour purple and green: Please use purple
for background and green for the border.