Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) Calculator

Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)

  • Rate at which your body uses calories at rest
  • Lean body mass influences BMR
  • People with higher % of lean muscle mass burn more calories
  • BMR decreases with age
  • Regular cardiovascular exercise can increase your BMR

Strictly cutting calories can cause your body to slow its basal metabolic rate

Before you “cut” calories let’s make a plan to increase lean body mass and balance your nutrition to ensure that the essential nutrients are being included in your meal plans.

Enter your age, height, weight, and gender below to determine your BMR.






i.e. 5’11” — (5 x 12) + 11 = 71 inches


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