MB Calorie Calculator

MB Calorie Calculator

Calculate the daily calorie intake that your body requires

So you are wondering if you can eat that ice cream for desert or not. If only you could know your daily calorie allowance, you would know approximately if that sweet indulgence would fit in or not. View full description

PROS

  • Easy questions to calculate your calories allowance

CONS

  • Really poor and graphically unappealing interface
  • Meter values don’t make sense

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So you are wondering if you can eat that ice cream for desert or not. If only you could know your daily calorie allowance, you would know approximately if that sweet indulgence would fit in or not.

MB Calorie Calculator, is an application that calculates your daily calorie need, based on your age, sex, height and weight. You can choose to insert the data either in meter or inches and kilograms or pounds. To be honest, at least for the height, it’s better if you enter the value in pounds because I think the program has some problems with kilograms: you can only select a value from one to ten butwhat should I enter if I’m 184cm tall? Once set, the program asks you about your life style and precisely about your daily activity, which can be sedentary, light, moderate or high activity. Now press the ‘calculate my required calories’ button to unveil the number which will tell you whether to feel guilty or not about the desert.

Discover your daily calorie requirement with MB Calorie Calculator. Follow the easy questions and get a clear result.

MB Calorie Calculator is a simple health software with an easy to use interface. The program is designed to calculate the daily calorie intake that your body requires. This is calculated on the basis of your height, weight, age, gender and daily activities.

Wanting to lose weight doesn’t mean that we stop eating totally. Our body requires calories to perform different functions. We get these calories through the different kinds of food we intake. This software uses the Harris-Benedict equation to determine the daily needed calorie intake. This equation calculates the basal metabolic rate (BMR) and then adjusts it according to the type of daily activity to give the right amount of calories needed.

The Harris-Benedict Equation is given below:

For Men:
Daily calories needed or BMR = 66 + (13.7 x W) + (5 x H) - (6.8 x Age)

For Women:
Daily calories needed or BMR = 665 + (9.6 x W) + (1.8 x H) - (4.7 x Age)

Where:

W = Weight
H = Height
Age = Years

Once the BMR is calculated we can then include the daily activities to make the calories needed more specific. This measure of calorie intake can be used as a guideline but a physician’s advice should also be taken before taking any extreme measure.

MB Calorie Calculator is a freeware and the best part is it can be administered within two to five minutes. All you have to do is enter the details required and the software does the rest for you.

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