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You should consume about {{response.calorieTarget | numberWithCommas}} calories a day to {{response.dietType !== 2 ? "reach" : "maintain"}} your goal of {{response.goalWeight}} {{weightUnits + '.'}} by {{response.goalDate}}.

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This is an average weight {{response.dietType === 1 ? 'loss' : 'gain'}} of {{response.weeklyLoss}} {{weightUnits}} per week. Experts recommend a weight loss of {{response.units === 'ENGLISH' ? "0.5-2 lbs" : "0.25-1 kg"}} per week to stay healthy. Losing more than {{response.units === 'ENGLISH' ? 2 : 1}} {{weightUnits}} a week is not advised and may make it difficult to keep the weight off in the long run. Experts recommend around {{response.units === 'ENGLISH' ? "1 pound per week" : "0.5 kg per week"}} for healthy weight gain.

This estimate is based on your current body weight, height, age, gender, and activity level. It may vary slightly depending on other factors, like any health conditions you have, and your diet.

Remember, this number is just an estimate. Don’t be too hard on yourself if you eat a few extra calories one day and a few less the next. It’s all about striking a healthy balance. Generally, women should not consume any less than 1,200 calories per day, and men should not consume less than 1,500 calories per day.

{{response.dietType === 2 ? "If you're not able to maintain your weight" : "If you’re having difficulty with a healthy weight " + (response.dietType === 1 ? "loss" : "gain") + " plan"}}, we urge you to work closely with your doctor, dietitian, or other health professional for personalized advice.

You burn {{response.bmr}} calories during a typical day.

Remember that this estimate is based on your body weight, height, age, gender, and your average level of activity.

You can use this information to help you figure out how many calories you should be consuming to maintain your weight. On active days, you'll need more calories, so it's okay to eat a little more than you would on an average day. But on more sedentary days, you may want to reduce your calorie intake. If you want to lose weight, try to stay below your calorie needs or increase your activity level. However, make sure you are eating nutritious meals and not restricting your calories too much - eating too little or losing weight rapidly can be unhealthy and dangerous.

Based on your body mass index (BMI) of {{response.bmi}}, you are classed {{response.bmiClass}}.

A healthy BMI is between {{response.bmiLower}} and {{response.bmiUpper}}, but these numbers can vary for athletes, pregnant women, and between ethnicities.

An {{response.bmiClass}} BMI is generally associated with higher risk of chronic diseases like heart disease and diabetes. Your health care provider can help you better understand the reasons you’re {{response.bmiClass}} and how they affect your health.

A normal BMI is generally associated with lower risk of chronic diseases like heart disease and diabetes. Your health care provider can help you better understand your BMI and how it affects your health.

Your health care provider can help you better understand the reasons you’re underweight and how they affect your health.

Remember that BMI is interpreted and classified differently for children ages 2 to 20. Health professionals use growth charts and percentiles based on age and sex.

Your estimated body fat percentage is {{response.bodyfat}}%. You fall into the "{{response.bodyfatClass}}" category.

Your estimated percentage takes into account essential fat (needed to maintain your basic health) and storage fat (the fat in your adipose tissue). You fall below the "essential fat" category. This means that you do not have enough fat to support your health and bodily processes.

Going below the "essential fat" category is not recommended—it is associated with health risks such as hormone imbalances and organ failure. If you fall into this category, you may consider working with a dietitian to learn healthy ways to gain weight with good-for-you energy dense foods.

Your estimated percentage includes essential fat (needed to maintain your basic health) and storage fat (the fat in your adipose tissue). According to the American Council on Exercise, men with a body fat percentage of 2 percent to 5 percent fall into the "essential fat" category. This means they do not have much of the storage fat needed for organ protection.

Typically, the "essential fat" category cannot be maintained long term and is associated with health risks such as hormone imbalances and organ failure. This percentage isn't recommended—although competitive bodybuilders sometimes strive for it under strict supervision by a health professional.

If you fall into this category, you may consider working with a dietitian to learn healthy ways to gain weight with good-for-you energy dense foods.

Your estimated percentage includes essential fat (needed to maintain your basic health) and storage fat (the fat in your adipose tissue). According to the American Council on Exercise, men with a body fat percentage of 6 percent to 13 percent fall into the "athlete" category. This means they have a lean, defined, athletic body.

Typically, the "athlete" category is achievable with strict dieting and exercise but it is not easy to maintain. It is also not well established which body fat percentage category is the healthiest—it likely depends on the individual.

Being in this category, you should not strive for a lower percentage. It is associated with health risks such as hormone imbalances and organ failure. If you're looking to gain weight in a healthy way you may consider working with a dietitian to learn healthy ways to gain weight with good-for-you energy dense foods.

Your estimated percentage includes essential fat (needed to maintain your basic health) and storage fat (the fat in your adipose tissue). According to the American Council on Exercise, men with a body fat percentage of 14 percent to 17 percent fall into the "fitness" category. This means they have a healthy and athletic body but don't necessarily have the definition that comes with lower body fat percentages.

Typically, the "fitness" category is achievable with proper diet and exercise and its associated body fat percentages are easier to maintain. However, it is not well established which body fat percentage category is the healthiest—it likely depends on the individual.

Being in this category, striving for a more defined look will likely require strict dieting and exercise. If you are looking to gain a little bit of weight, learn healthy ways to do so. Either way, enlisting the help of a dietitian or other healthcare professional can help you better achieve your goals.

Your estimated percentage includes essential fat (needed to maintain your basic health) and storage fat (the fat in your adipose tissue). According to the American Council on Exercise, men with a body fat percentage of 18 percent to 24 percent fall into the "acceptable" category. This means they are between a leaner, more athletic body and obesity. The midpoint of this range is usually considered slightly overweight.

Being in this category, it's important to be mindful of weight gain since it might put you in the "obese" category. Even though an ideal body fat percentage category is not well established, excess weight is typically associated with higher risk for health problems.

Consider ways to keep eating healthy and exercise in order to maintain (or lose a bit of) weight. Enlisting the help of a dietitian or other healthcare professional can help you better achieve your goals.

Your estimated percentage includes essential fat (needed to maintain your basic health) and storage fat (the fat in your adipose tissue). According to the American Council on Exercise, men with a body fat percentage over 25 percent fall into the "obese" category. This means that they have excess stored fat.

Being in this category, you should consider healthy weight loss strategies to minimize your risk of developing certain health issues. Even though an ideal body fat percentage category is not well established, excess weight is typically associated with higher risk for health problems. Enlisting the help of a dietitian or other healthcare professional can help you better achieve your goals.

Your estimated percentage takes into account essential fat (needed to maintain your basic health) and storage fat (the fat in your adipose tissue). You fall below the "essential fat" category. This means that you do not have enough fat to support your health and bodily processes.

Going below the "essential fat" category is not recommended—it is associated with health risks such as hormone imbalances and organ failure. If you fall into this category, you may consider working with a dietitian to learn healthy ways to gain weight with good-for-you energy dense foods.

Your estimated percentage includes essential fat (needed to maintain your basic health) and storage fat (the fat in your adipose tissue). Women have more essential fat than men because of childbearing and hormonal differences.

According to the American Council on Exercise, women with a body fat percentage of 10 percent to 13 percent fall into the "essential fat" category. This means they do not have as much of the storage fat needed for organ protection.

Typically, the "essential fat" category cannot be maintained and is associated with health risks such as hormone imbalances and organ failure. You shouldn't strive for this percentage—although competitive bodybuilders sometimes do under strict supervision by a health professional.

If you fall into this category, you may consider working with a dietitian to learn healthy ways to gain weight with good-for-you energy dense foods.

Your estimated percentage includes essential fat (needed to maintain your basic health) and storage fat (the fat in your adipose tissue). Women have more essential fat than men because of childbearing and hormonal differences.

According to the American Council on Exercise, women with a body fat percentage of 14 percent to 20 percent fall into the "athlete" category. This means they have a lean, defined, athletic body.

Typically, the "athlete" category is achievable with strict dieting and exercise but it is not easy to maintain. It is also not well established which body fat percentage category is the healthiest—it likely depends on the individual.

Being in this category, you should not strive for a lower percentage. It is associated with health risks such as hormone imbalances and organ failure. If you're looking to gain weight in a healthy way you may consider working with a dietitian to learn effective strategies using good-for-you energy dense foods.

Your estimated percentage includes essential fat (needed to maintain your basic health) and storage fat (the fat in your adipose tissue). Women have more essential fat than men because of childbearing and hormonal differences.

According to the American Council on Exercise, women with a body fat percentage of 21 percent to 24 percent fall into the "fitness" category. This means they have a healthy and athletic body but don't necessarily have the definition that comes with lower body fat percentages.

Typically, the "fitness" category is achievable with proper diet and exercise and its associated body fat percentages are easier to maintain. However, it is not well established which body fat percentage category is the healthiest—it likely depends on the individual.

Being in this category, striving for a more defined look will likely require strict dieting and exercise. If you are looking to gain a little bit of weight, learn healthy ways to do so. Either way, enlisting the help of a dietitian or other healthcare professional can help you better achieve your goals.

Your estimated percentage includes essential fat (needed to maintain your basic health) and storage fat (the fat in your adipose tissue). Women have more essential fat than men because of childbearing and hormonal differences.

According to the American Council on Exercise, women with a body fat percentage of 25 percent to 31 percent fall into the "acceptable" category. This means that they are between a leaner, more athletic body and obesity. The midpoint of this range is usually considered slightly overweight.

Being in this category, it's important to be mindful of weight gain since it might put you in the "obese" category. Even though an ideal body fat percentage category is not well established, excess weight is typically associated with higher risk for health problems.

Consider ways to keep eating healthy and exercise in order to maintain (or lose a bit of) weight. Enlisting the help of a dietitian or other healthcare professional can help you better achieve your goals.

Your estimated percentage includes essential fat (needed to maintain your basic health) and storage fat (the fat in your adipose tissue). Women have more essential fat than men because of childbearing and hormonal differences.

According to the American Council on Exercise, women with a body fat percentage over 32 percent fall into the "obese" category. This means that they have excess stored fat.

Being in this category, you should consider healthy weight loss strategies to minimize your risk of developing certain health issues. Even though an ideal body fat percentage category is not well established, excess weight is typically associated with higher risk for health problems. Enlisting the help of a dietitian or other healthcare professional can help you better achieve your goals.

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Remember, this calculation is an estimate based on your weight and how long you performed the activity. Other factors like age, body composition, and more also make a difference. A fitness tracker can provide a clearer estimate of calories burned, but you can still use this number as a baseline.

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