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    Online Calorie calculator

    Can someone post a link where i can find my maintenance calories, so i can cut please
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    All online calculators are just guesses. The only way to know for sure is to spend a normal week, one where you don't gain or lose weight, tracking every single thing that goes into your mouth. Average it out, and that's your maintenance calories, and it takes your lifestyle and workouts into account.

    I find many calculators are way too generous.
    65% fat, 30% protein, 5% carbs = keto.

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    i agree,
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    Originally Posted by rusrious View Post
    i agree,
    agree as well.. and the one you posted is the one that comes closest to accurate for me.
    **disclaimer** the above is only opinion. it contains no capitalization, too much punctuation and (most likely) includes spelling errors.
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    its a very informational link, JMO

    There are alot of tools to use.
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    This one has always done well for me.

    http://www.michaelandkendra.com/BMRCALC/bmrcalc.htm
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    Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    All online calculators are just guesses. The only way to know for sure is to spend a normal week, one where you don't gain or lose weight, tracking every single thing that goes into your mouth. Average it out, and that's your maintenance calories, and it takes your lifestyle and workouts into account.

    I find many calculators are way too generous.
    Or, you could find a medical facility, nutritionist, dietitian, fitness organization that possesses a device called MetaCheck made by Korr Technologies and have your RMR tested like I did. It takes 10 mins and costs about $40 and best of it dead accurate, doesn;t require any guess work nor any wasted time with trial and error.

    FYI, RMR/BMR calculators on the web are VERY inaccurate, most had me at around 2700 and my RMR as tested was 3600.
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    Originally Posted by KidnKorner View Post
    Or, you could find a medical facility, nutritionist, dietitian, fitness organization that possesses a device called MetaCheck made by Korr Technologies and have your RMR tested like I did. It takes 10 mins and costs about $40 and best of it dead accurate, doesn;t require any guess work nor any wasted time with trial and error.

    FYI, RMR/BMR calculators on the web are VERY inaccurate, most had me at around 2700 and my RMR as tested was 3600.
    Without wanting to be rude, I find it hard to believe you are your present weight if you have to eat 3600 cals a day just to maintain when you are not active.


    What are you eating now, and are you gaining or losing weight?
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    lol my maintenance at 150 lbs is 2700 with gym 6 times a week. at 345 lbs, 3600 BMR sounds way too high. My iPhone app which is almost spot on for working out my maintenance cals (according to my fat loss and the deficit it gives me) says you should have about 2800-3000 BMR depending on body fat %.

    MedCalc on my iPhone also says you should be 2900, not taking into account BF%
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    Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    Without wanting to be rude, I find it hard to believe you are your present weight if you have to eat 3600 cals a day just to maintain when you are not active.


    What are you eating now, and are you gaining or losing weight?
    let me see, with a lean body mass of about 250 lbs......... Add in lifestyle and activity calories and you could very well equal over 4000 calories per day.

    Why do I have to be doing anything?

    So a MetaCheck device, that you breathe into for 10 minutes while sitting motionless in a comfy chair in a cool dark room in a fasted state is less accurate than that of all the RMR/BMR calculators on the interwebz? Well, gollee jee willikerz, you just saved me my next $40.

    How does the MetaCheck measure metabolic rate?

    Your body consumes a fixed amount of oxygen per calorie burned. The MetaCheck measures the amount of oxygen in the air you exhale to calculate how much oxygen your body is consuming. Based on your oxygen consumption, the MetaCheck then figures the exact amount of calories you are burning.
    http://www.korr.com/products/metacheck_faq.htm
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    A device that you breath into in a comfy chair can't indicate how much you move during the day, or how efficient your body is at burning calories during exercise.

    Can you honestly tell me that if you are doing nothing, you need to eat 3600 calories to maintain your weight?

    In the end, the only accurate way to know your maintenance calories is to monitor what you eat and compare it with your weight. Any week where you don't gain or lose weight, you are eating at maintenance. Anything else, even breathing in a comfy chair, is just guessing.
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    Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    A device that you breath into in a comfy chair can't indicate how much you move during the day, or how efficient your body is at burning calories during exercise.
    You are right, I NEVER said it did, nor does Korr Technologies. It measures your resting metabolic rate or RMR, the amount of calories your body requires to sustain your body on a daily basis in a complete resting state.

    The method to determine how much or how efficient your body is burning calories during exercise would be Sub VO2 Max Testing.

    Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    Can you honestly tell me that if you are doing nothing, you need to eat 3600 calories to maintain your weight?
    YES! This is my RMR the amount of calories my body requires to sustain my body on a daily basis in a complete resting state. Add in activities and lifestyle and these number increase well over 4000 calories for me.

    Actually, I don't come on the site frequently so I actually weigh 317 now.

    Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    In the end, the only accurate way to know your maintenance calories is to monitor what you eat and compare it with your weight. Any week where you don't gain or lose weight, you are eating at maintenance. Anything else, even breathing in a comfy chair, is just guessing.
    YOUR method is still a guessing game, like throwing darts blind folded and trial and error. Many things can happen during your method, a person could lose water but gain fat, they could lose fat and gain muscle.

    By the way, maintenance calories = RMR/BMR and is the caloric level required to sustain your body on a daily basis in a complete resting state. Anything above this is lifestyle and activity calories.

    In the end, you should stop debating on this topic and quietly walk away.

    I'd like to add that all of the RMR calculators on the web don't take into consideration body composition. You enter your weight, height and age and gender. Obviously a person who weighs 240 lbs and someone who has a lean body mass of 240 lbs aren't going to have the same caloric requirements.
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    In for pictures of 240 LBM. You'd have to be HUGE for that at 6'0. At 6'5 my LBM is 170ish....70lbs more muscle and I'd be like Lou Ferrigno.
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    I'd like to clear up a bit of incorrect info I posted about myself as I was going off memory. My figures of 240 and 250 lbs were incorrect.

    I had set a goal body fat percentage of 12% and at the time of my test I weighed 326 with a 33.2% BF. With a 12% BF and maintaining my current LBM this weight comes out to 247 lbs and this is where the 240-250 LBM came in, my actual LBM is 217.8 lbs

    When I had my hydrostatic BF test they also gave me a personal calorie expenditures chart based on my LBM, here are some of the activities and KCAL/min were

    weight training free weights - 14.9
    jogging (8 min mile pace) - 31.5 almost 1000 cals for a 30 min run if accurate
    swimming - 15.1
    walking 20 min mile pace- 8.3 about 250 cals for a 30 min walk if accurate
    Vigorous aerobics - 22.7
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