Total Daily Energy Expenditure Calculator (Metric)

Total Daily Energy Expenditure Calculator (Metric)
Use age in years.
Use kilograms.
Use centimetre (centimeters).
Your BMR is an estimate of the total calories burned a day, while in a state of rest.
For "Activity Level," veer toward the side of less active. Studies consistently show that people are not as active as they self-assess.
Your TDEE is an estimate of the total calories burned during a single day, when exercise is factored in.

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139 thoughts on “Total Daily Energy Expenditure Calculator (Metric)

  1. I am not sure what level of activity I have… I am a primary teacher, I start my day by doing a 5-10 minute home work-out, I walk 7 minutes to and from school, always take the stairs when I have to walk up and down, I try to stand as much as possible in the classroom… Is this considered lightly or moderately? The exercises I do are beginner’s level and possibly considered a warm-up for an intermediate level…

  2. I would guess you are not quite at the moderately active level. Select the light activity and calculate your caloric deficit from your TDEE figure. If your TDEE is 2000 cal p/d, then subtract 200-500 cal p/d from that figure.

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