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Body Mass Index (BMI) Calculator
Determines if your weight is in proportion to your height based on Federal guidelines released by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. The BMI is helpful in determining health risks and appropriate interventions. Write down your BMI or print this page for future reference. The normal range is 19-25 for females and 20-25 for males.
Other calculators and tools that have been added:
Calculate the amount of protein
that should be consumed daily based on the latest guidelines
How much daily
do I need???
Calculate the amount of essential amino acids
that are recommended in the diet
Protein / Amino acid
(plant-based versus animal source)
Calcium and Vitamin D Calculator
- How much do I need?
Soluble fiber calculator
- Need at least 7 grams per day to maximize cholesterol lowering benefits.
Fiber Content of Common Foods
- Fiber Calculator
Estimated 'Calorie' Calculators
: Estimation of total calories needed. MOST widely used equation for calculating basal metabolic rate and total calories.
Revised Harris-Benedict Equation
: The original Harris Benedict equation was revised in 1984. This updated equation can be used to calculate the basal metabolic rate and total calories.
RESTING Metabolic Rate (RMR)
: Resting Metabolic Rate Calc - This equation can be used to calculate the RESTING metabolic rate and total calories. Mifflin-St Jeor equation.
Schofield equation (BMR)
This equation was part of the previous government guidelines to formulate RDA's and can be used to calculate the basal metabolic rate and total calories needed.
Institute of Medicine Equation- LATEST EQUATION
: IOM Equation-Estimated Energy Requirement (EER) Estimation of total calories needed. This equation is behind the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the new food pyramid, MyPyramid.
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