Calorie Calculator and BMR

Calorie Calculator for Both Men and Women

Our exclusive interactive calorie calculator will tell you how many calories there are in any given food. If you are losing weight by using WeightWatchers, each of our product pages gives you PointsPlus for each of our meals.

What is BMR?

Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is the number of calories your body would metabolize each day if you simply stayed in bed and did nothing at all.

Why is BMR important to know?

The number of calories you consume and burn each day make all the difference if you are trying to add, lose or maintain your current weight. Your BMR will account for 60%-70% daily calorie burn.

How do I use BMR?

Track your calories from your daily meals and compare to the numbers you derive from the form below.  Enter your personal statistics, accurate activity level and see what the calorie base is for your current weight.  Base your daily calorie consumption on the goals you have for your weight-to gain, to lose, or to maintain.

Your battle for weight gain, weight loss, or weight maintenance is 70% dictated by the nutritional types and quantities and your recommended caloric intake. Use the healthy meal system to GREATLY enhance your opportunity to achieve your weight goals.

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Two Menus for Weight Loss

With two separate menus, has the most diversified weight loss program around.

The Complete Meals is the best place to start. This is not a fad diet or a quick weight loss plan- this is sensible eating for a new lifestyle and a new you! Each of these meals has strict portion control and is low in carbohydrates, sodium and fat. The meals are nutritious, delicious and ready in minutes right out of the freezer and into the oven or microwave. The
Good Weight Loss package is a cost effective way to begin a medically sound weight loss routine.

As you lose weight, you may want to bring in some meals from our A la Carte Menu. Each menu item has a nutritional breakdown, and many indicate either low fat, low carb or low sodium. As your new lifestyle dictates, you can pick menu items that fit your calorie count and also bring some diversity to your diet.

Weight gain is simply related to the total number of calories that you consume in a day compared to the amount of calories you use as energy. The calories you don't use as energy turn into stored fat and over time this translates into more body weight.

The foundation of every successful weight-loss program is a healthy diet combined with exercise.

Exercise should be something you enjoy doing- go for a morning swim, or walk your dog. Join a yoga or pilates class. You will find that having that time for yourself, doing something good for yourself, will become important to you. Ask a friend to join you.

We would like to offer our congratulations as you embark on this new and healthy chapter of your life!