# Daily Calorie Intake Calculator

What is your recommended daily caloric intake according to your activity to maintain, lose or gain weight?

Do you want to know the amount of calories burned in any excecise or activity? What is your recommended daily intake of different nutritients to maintain your health?

The answers for all these questions and more are present in our online daily calorie intake calculators.This calculator gives you the basal metabolic rate (BMR), daily requirements of calorie, carbohydrates, proteins, and fats in terms of calories and grams/day in adult males and females in 3 cases:

1. To maintain current weight.
2. To lose weight by a certain number of pounds per week.
3. To gain weight by a certain number of pounds per week.

This calorie calculator will help you, if you are trying to lose weight and control obesity. Obviously, if you are trying to lose weight, you must use more calories than you take in. The best way and the accepted way for weight loss is to lose weight over a long run, making slight intake reduction changes and slight increases in calorie burning.

## Recommended Daily Calorie Intake Calculator

Automatic recalculation
Results
BMR
Nutrition requirements
A. To maintain current weight
Calories cal
Carbohydrates (55%) cal = gm
Proteins (15%) cal = gm
Fats (30%) cal = gm
B. To lose weight by  per week *
Calories cal
Carbohydrates (55%) cal = gm
Proteins (15%) cal = gm
Fats (30%) cal = gm
C. To gain weight by  per week
Calories

cal

Carbohydrates (55%) cal = gm
Proteins (15%) cal = gm
Fats (30%)

cal = gm

## What is my recommended calorie intake?

An average woman needs to eat about 2000 calories per day to maintain, and 1500 calories to lose one pound of weight per week. An average man needs 2500 calories to maintain, and 2000 to lose one pound of weight per week. However, this depends on numerous factors.

*To lose weight, 500 calories are subtracted per day for each pound you want to lose every week.

To gain weight, 500 calories are added per day for each pound you want to gain every week. However, total calorie levels < 1200 calories are not recommended and weight loss of > 2 pounds per week is also not recommended.

For a more balanced approach to a 1 pound per week weight loss, increase your activity.

Decrease calorie intake by 250 calories per day and exercising to expend (use up) the other 250 calories. This approach prevents a decrease in your metabolic rate and promotes increased lean muscle mass.