# Weight Loss Equations Formulas Calculator

## Health - Physical Fitness - Diet - Weight Control

Solving for Body Mass Index
 BMI less than 18.5 = underweight 18.5 to 24.9 = normal 25.0 to 29.9 = overweight great than 30 = obese

#### Inputs:

 weight kilogramatomic mass unitattogramcarat metriccentigramdecigramdekagramdramexagramfemtogramgigagramgraingramhundredweight long ukhundredweight short USmegagrammicrogrammilligramnanogramouncepetagrampicogramplanck masspennyweightpoundslugsolar mass sunstoneteragramton longton metricton shorttonnetroy ounceyoctogramyottagramzeptogramzettagram

#### Conversions:

 weight= 0 = 0pound
 height= 0 = 0inch

#### Solution:

 body mass index (BMI)= NOT CALCULATED

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Harris-Benedict
 basal metabolic rate for men basal metabolic rate for women
Katch-McArdle
 basal metabolic rate for males and females
Activity Multiplier
 sedentary activity total daily energy expenditure TDEE- television or office work light activity total daily energy expenditure TDEE- exercise workout or sports 1-3 days per week moderate activity total daily energy expenditure TDEE- exercise workout or sports 3-5 days per week high activity total daily energy expenditure TDEE- exercise workout or sports 6-7 days per week extreme activity total daily energy expenditure TDEE- exercise workout or sports two times per day
Lean Body Mass
 Lean body mass Percent Body Fat
Body Mass Index
 body mass index weight height
Where
 BMR = basal metabolic rate in calories per day BMI = body mass index TDEE = total daily energy expenditure body fat percentage = percent weight = kilograms height = centimeters age = years

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