Count your daily energy requirements


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Calculate BMR and TDEE

Do you know that you can actually burn some calories just by sleeping and resting all day?

Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is the number of calories your body burned daily to fuel its basic functions, like breathing, making your heart beating, etc. Yes, it happens though you just sleep or rest all day. That’s why BMR is also called Resting Energy Expenditure (REE).

And when you do something else, like exercises/workouts, walk to the groceries store, doing laundry, play with your family and friends, then you will burn some more calories. The calories you burn while doing your daily activities, other than sleep and rest, are called Non-Resting Energy Expenditure (NREE).

The sum of REE and NREE is your Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE). Use this free BMR and TDEE calculator to know how many calories you burn every day.



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TDEE Calculator - Total Daily Energy Expenditure


  1. Choose the formula. If you are confused about choosing which formula, I suggest choosing the Mifflin-St Jeor equation because it is said as the most accurate formula for calculating BMR.
  2. Choose male or female.
  3. Fill in your age, weight, and height in their respective fields.
  4. On the “Show additional info” field, you may choose to see your TDEE.
  5. And then choose your PAL (Physical Activity Level).
  6. And done. You now can see the results.


Based on the results, you will know your daily calories requirement and compare it to your current daily energy intake. If your energy intake gives you more calories than you need, then there is a chance you can develop obesity. And vice versa.

You will also be able to know whether you should create a calorie deficit or surplus to maintain a healthy weight.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please read our articles on the Nutrition category.