Free BMR, Weight Loss & Calorie Calculators!

Free BMR, Weight Loss & Calorie Calculators for You!

Use Our Free BMR, Weight Loss & Calorie Calculators on Your Fitness Blog or Website

All 6 of the calorie calculators on this page are free for you to use on your health, fitness, or weight loss blog.

Or just use them to help assess your own goals.

It’s your choice.

We have provided multiple variations here to suit your needs and the needs of your visitors. Some calculators perform a single, simple calculation, while others perform multiple calculations.

It really depends what you need (click here to embed our most popular, “all in one” calculator).

Embedding the Calculators on Your Site or Blog

Just grab the embed code we’ve provided to add the calculator to your HTML web site or WordPress blog (WordPress users, make sure your post is set to “text” mode when you do)…

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Copy and paste in text mode if using WordPress!

All you need to do is copy and paste the code where you want the calculator to appear! (It will scale to size!).

If your web site is not yet mobile responsive (designed to scale and appear optimally on mobile devices), we’ve provided optional code to be added to your web site. If you’re not sure how to do this, your webmaster will be able to help.

Unfortunately, these tools are provided on an “as is” basis and we do not provide support or installation services.

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How Do We Come Up with Our Numbers?

It’s a fair question.

Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR): We use the usual BMR factors (sex, weight, height and age) and the standard mathematical equations.

Caloric Requirements: We use a combination of BMR and the Harris Benedict equation to determine this value.

Weight loss: We use a simple equation; a pound of fat is the equivalent of 3,500 calories. Over the course of 7 days, that equates to a caloric deficit of 500 calories per day.

Of course, we recognize that this is an extremely simplified way to compute weight loss, which is why all our weight loss calculators include a disclaimer…

Weight loss involves many factors. This calculator provides an approximate caloric value to use as a benchmark for achieving your goals. Attempting to lose more than 1-2 pounds a week through calorie restriction is not practical.

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1. Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) Calculator

Use this calculator to provide your visitors with a quick and easy way to obtain their BMR numbers…

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2. Calorie Calculator I

This simple calculator should be used in conjunction with our BMR calculator, since the user needs to enter a BMR value to use it. This combination of the BMR and the Harris Benedict equation is used to provide the actual number of calories needed per day.

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3. Weight Loss Calculator I

This simple calculator requires that your user input their daily calorie requirements.

This means this weight loss calculator should be used in conjunction with the first two calculators on this page, since they will provide your visitors with the tools they need to determine the value they must enter here.

If you’d prefer not to use other calculators, check out the others that combine multiple functions further down this page.

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4. Weight Loss Calculator II

This calculator is a little more complex; it uses your user’s BMR (which they will need to calculate using our BMR calculator and then input here), and then, using the Harris Benedict equation and our weight loss algorithm, delivers both their daily caloric requirements, and their reduced caloric requirements, based on their goals.

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5. Calorie Calculator II

This calculator combines the functionality of the first two calculators on this page, combining BMR and the Harris Benedict equation to deliver both values in a single calculator.

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6. “All in One” Weight Loss Calculator III

The perfect choice if you want an “all in one” calculator.

No need to include others, this one does it all: it computes BMR, then uses the Harris Benedict to calculate daily caloric requirements, and finally, adjusts your total calories according to your weight loss goals.

How cool is that?

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Order Your Own Customized Calorie Calculator!

For a fee, we can remove the UltimateFatBurner.com branding and links from any calculator of your choice.

If you like, we can add your site’s logo and color scheme to any of the calculators feaured here, so you can offer your own unique versions of the tool to your audience.

And, we can even install it all for you, if you’re the non-techncal type!

Click here and contact us for a quote!