Calorie & Macro Calculator
If you are serious about your fitness goals then the most important thing you can do is understand the calories you need to be consuming on a daily basis and it what macro split they should be.
The Half Human Calorie and Macro calculator utilises an advanced algorithm that calculates your unique calorie and macro needs, based on your exact personal information, activity levels and any dietery needs you may have!
Calculate your calories and macros in just 4 simple steps:
Calculate Your Calories & Macros
Step 1: Your Information
Step 2: Activity Level
Spend most of the day sitting with little movement eg. Desk Job
Spend parts of of the day moving but minimal physical activities eg. estate agent
Spend a good part of the day doing physical activities eg. waitress
Spend most of the day doing heavy physical activities eg. builder
The number of calories required to keep your body functioning at rest
Step 3: Macro Split (Protein | Carbs | Fat)
(50 | 20 | 30)
(30 | 40 | 30)
(20 | 5 | 75)
(40 | 30 | 30)
(Set Your Own)
Step 4: Your Goal
Your Customised Results
Low Carb/High Protein
(50: 20: 30)
Recommended Calories: x,xxx calories per day. (TDEE: Unknown)
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If you are looking to lose weight, build muscle and ensure you hit your fitness and nutritional goals we have you covered!
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So whatever your goal we have you covered!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Macros or Macronutrients to give them their full name, are the nutrients you need in larger quantities to provide you with the energy you need: in other words, protein, fat and carbohydrate.
Micros or Micronutrients to give them their full name, are mostly vitamins and minerals, and are equally important but consumed in very small amounts.
TDEE or Total Daily energy expenditure is your unique daily energy expenditure based on your activity level (see step 2).
In short it will determine the amount of calories your body needs to maintain itself.