Your BMI or Body Mass Index is a statistical measure which compares a person's height and weight in order to determine his overall body composition and fat. If your BMI classificiation is beyond normal, it is considered associated with a progressively increasing risk of cardiovascular disease.
Your BMR or Basal Metabolic Rate is a measure of the amount of energy your body requires to perform its normal vital functions at rest. It represents about 60 to 75% of your total metabolism. The results provided by the BMR calculator is an indication of how many calories your body needs each day to maintain your vital organs such as your heart, lungs, kidneys, lungs...
BMI Calculator Chart:
|Below 18.5||18.5 - 24.9||25.0 > 29.9||30.0 and above|
BMI & BMR are connected because a larger body composition is usually associated with a higher BMR. If your BMI is above average, you can use the results from the calculator to determine the number of calories you need to consume each day to lose weight. Reducing your diet by 3,500 calories will result in the loss of 1 pound of fat.
Once enrolled in our program, connect with your assigned Nutrition specialist to interpret the results and adjust your plan as needed.