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    Originally Posted by aggierugger08
    should i really be eating this many calories on a cutting diet? 2610? would it be ok to eat less then that?
    You may have to adjust the calculator to suit your lifestyle and metabolism. I had to tweak it a bit to get numbers that I knew worked for me.
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    Originally Posted by ThomasJ
    Step (1): Enter your age, 26

    Step (2): Enter your weight, 210lbs

    Step (3): Enter your height in added inches, 70.5

    Step (4): Activity rating. 1.6

    Step (5): Enter what you would like to do, 0.8

    Step (6): Enter your total post workout (PWO) shake calories. 390

    Step (7): Enter your preferred meals per day. 5

    Step (8): Adjust your P/F/C intake percent. 65F/30P/5C
    There ya go. You still need to use excel viewer, but your values are there.
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    so

    should i cut calories to 2200 from 2600? would that speed up the weight losing process?
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    Originally Posted by aggierugger08
    should i cut calories to 2200 from 2600? would that speed up the weight losing process?
    What are your stats?

    This calculator isn't exactly accurate when it comes to people with more or less LBM than the average person, simply because it asks for no measurements of the waist and wrist.

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    my stats

    i am 21 male, weigh 215 currently, im 5'11, 36" waist, i am lifting 4 times a week, i want to cut and was wanting to use the 65/30/5 fat/prot/carb but i dunno i feel like i have always eaten less then 2600 calories. would doing something like 2200 be alright including pwo shake or is that too low?
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    Originally Posted by aggierugger08
    i am 21 male, weigh 215 currently, im 5'11, 36" waist, i am lifting 4 times a week, i want to cut and was wanting to use the 65/30/5 fat/prot/carb but i dunno i feel like i have always eaten less then 2600 calories. would doing something like 2200 be alright including pwo shake or is that too low?
    What would you rate your daily activity level and your intensity in the gym?
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    um

    i dunno i ride my bike alot and run around, and I work out with as hard as i can.

    edit: should i assume because crystal light kicks me out of ketosis (i am assuming because i had a higher amount of ketones in my pee this morning then i did after testing a few hours after consuming some crystal light) would eating PB still be ok if its sweetened with splenda? or what kind of pb should i eat if any at all?
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    If you are not sure, then skip the Crystal Lite. Peanut butter is not an ideal keto food, but if you can't get any all-natural pb (only ingredients peanuts, maybe a little salt), then you can make your own.

    Throw some peanuts into a blender for a few seconds, then put into a jar and pound with a pestle until it all sticks together. You can add some olive oil and/or chilis if you like. Adding some walnuts to the mix improves the macros as well.
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    k thanks

    would anybody be interested in an excell file that you can use to track your daily calorie intake with?
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    Advanced version

    Hi there,

    Just wondering if there has been an update, and whether there is an advanced version that takes into account body fat %?

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    Originally Posted by Dandeats
    Hi there,

    Just wondering if there has been an update, and whether there is an advanced version that takes into account body fat %?

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    I'm going to have extra time to work on that today (hopefully), so expect it within a few days.
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    Cool

    Excellent!

    Looking forward to it! Keep me posted!
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    Calculator?

    Hey there Man2kx...

    Is there any word on when your update to the CKD / carb cycling calculator will be ready?

    Sorry to be impatient!

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    Originally Posted by Dandeats
    Hey there Man2kx...

    Is there any word on when your update to the CKD / carb cycling calculator will be ready?

    Sorry to be impatient!

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    I understand, and I appologize for the wait. I've been extremely busy lately. The main thing I haven't found was the exact mathematical formula when you take waist and wrist measurements along with height, weight, etc. If I had that formula, I would be able to get this moving. If anyone can get these mathematical forumlas, it would make my job much easier.

    Sorry for the wait, I know I've promised it earlier!
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    Originally Posted by Man2kx
    I understand, and I appologize for the wait. I've been extremely busy lately. The main thing I haven't found was the exact mathematical formula when you take waist and wrist measurements along with height, weight, etc. If I had that formula, I would be able to get this moving. If anyone can get these mathematical forumlas, it would make my job much easier.

    Sorry for the wait, I know I've promised it earlier!
    He may be able to help if this is what you're looking for.....doesn't hurt to ask.

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    what if you don't have a post work out shake? does that scrw up the calculator?
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    Originally Posted by BLIZZLIGHTNING
    what if you don't have a post work out shake? does that scrw up the calculator?
    Nope it wont, enter 0 for your workout shake. The main purpose of this is to divide your calories from meals and post workout. If I were to have it calculate the variables without taking into consideration the post workout shake, you would be over on calories, or be thoroughly confused on where to subtract calories and grams each meal to make room for the shake.
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    Originally Posted by eddied27
    He may be able to help if this is what you're looking for.....doesn't hurt to ask.

    Ed

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    Thanks for the link, I shot a PM over to him.
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    What program do I need to open this?
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    Originally Posted by Logan_Muxlow
    What program do I need to open this?
    Microsoft Excel. There is an online Excel Viewer, but doesn't allow you to change the variables =(.
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    Hey Man2kx, this is amazing! Thanks a bunch for sitting down and putting so much effort into it!
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    Originally Posted by Venomette
    Hey Man2kx, this is amazing! Thanks a bunch for sitting down and putting so much effort into it!
    No prob. I still haven't found a sure fire formula for the next advanced one though. I want it to be able to do it for everyone, not the select few with the right equipment.
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    Lightbulb

    have u figured out the part for finding the lean body mass?

    if not maybe i can help you find the forumlas?

    pm if you want my help..
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    lean body mass

    There is no real catch all formula for lean body mass. It is best to actually measure your body fat % and do the math to get your lean body mass. Your body fat % will be a best guess using things like body fat scales and or hand held body fat measuring devices. or calipers. The best method and of course the most costly is the Hydrostatic measurement. But for the purpose of this plan a week of of body fat percentages averaged out should put you well in the ball park.
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    Any info on the advanced calculator for all the types of diets?
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    Wow, just started reading about this diet, and this calculator is INSANE! So easy! One could almost end the research here, go by your numbers, and get the intended results.

    ..not that i'm that lazy or anything....

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    thanks for the great information.
    it was a great help to me.
    can we have this as a sticky,as it would be great to use this in the future as i lose weight !!!!!!!!!!!

    your doing a great job
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    Any news on the updated version or is the one posted at the beginning of the thread the most recent?
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    This calculator is great! I may also use it for bulking once I'm done with keto. Great job, and many thanks!

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