The Body Mass Index Calculator measures your BMI which represents a relative weight based on an individual's mass and height. The BMI is used as a simple method to assess how much your body weight departs from what is normal or desirable for a person of your height. A healthy BMI measurement is between 20 and 25, while a value below 20 indicates that you may be underweight and a value above 25 indicates that you may be overweight.
The BMR Calculator measures your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) that represents an estimate of calories burned while resting - also know as resting metabolic rate (RMR). It is measured in kilo joules per hour per kilogram of body mass.
On an average around 50% to 75% of the daily energy expenditure is attributed to the resting metabolic rate.
The daily calorie intake calculator estimates your daily calories requirements in order to maintain, lose or gain weigh based on your BMR (weight, height, age and gender) and physical exercise level.
BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) represents an estimate of calories burned while resting and it is measured in kilo joules per hour per kilogram of body mass.
The Body Fat Percentage Calculator uses the U.S. Navy fitness formula to calculate an estimation of body fat. Although the water displacement test is the most accurate way to determine body fat percent, however the Navy Body Fat test or YMCA formula is sufficiently accurate within 1-3% for most people.
The Body Adiposity Index (BAI) is an alternative method of measuring human body fat.
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Calculators on bmi-calories.com are designed to be universally applicable for worldwide usage.
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