Plant Based Diet
Plant Based Diet
By | May 13th, 2012 | Modified - January 4th, 2014

Daily Calorie Intake

Daily Calorie Intake Amounts Calculate your calorie intake

This Calorie Calculator is based on the Harris-Benedict principle which calculates an adult person’s basal metabolic rate, also known as “BMR”. BMR is the amount of energy the body needs to function. Input your age, gender, height, weight, and activeness to determine the recommended daily allowance of calories. Enter another weight to determine the BMR for that weight. It is recommended that a person lose no more than 2 pounds a week because losing more will likely mean the weight will return. Cutting back 1000 calories a day should result in losing 2 pounds a week. It is better to cut back on calories and burn off calories through exercise to eliminate the desired calories. A person should never cut back to fewer than 1,200 daily calories without medical supervision.

NLE Protein Calculator | Pounds Calorie Calculator

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Recommended Daily Calories

NLE Pounds to Kilograms Convertor Pounds to Kg

Convert lbs into kgs, enter the result into the weight field in the Calorie Calculator.
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About Author:

I obtained a Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from Cornell University. I eat a plant based diet and I am an avid researcher of the benefits of a whole food, plant based alkaline diet. I obtained a BA in Organizational Behavior and Communications from NYU, worked as an elementary school teacher, and have studied social work. I am a web designer/developer and I enjoy boxing, kick boxing, cycling, power walking, and basically anything challenging. Eating a plant based diet and exercising is a great way to achieve healthy living. ~ Natural Life Energy

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