Body weight/RDI?Burned calories calculators

previous topic · next topic
desperate196...

Joined: Aug 13
Posts: 27

      quote  
Posted: 26 Sep 2013, 11:59
http://bwsimulator.niddk.nih.gov/

This link provides the best Body weight simulator I have seen on the net.

It is provided by the National Institute for Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (National Institute for Health).

The Fatsecret calculators are too generous with the RDI calories. Sure you will loose weight if you stick to their RDI but VERY slowly.

I did NOT Compare the Calories burned bu activity level (Fatsecret vs NIDDK) but I will at a later stage.

Regardless of which calculator you use. If you stick to your plan and don't give when you fall off that horse (and we all do). you will reach your weight goals.

Mind over Matter!
Don't Diet..Change your way of living!



Forum Search
Advanced forum search


Latest Posts

Sunday is Fasting day
I always fast 2 - 3 times every week, and not Sunday. As Sunday is my quietest day and it would be too difficult. I prefer 'fast' days to be my busiest
by howzat4u on 25 Apr 15 09:30 PM
WHY THE SCALES LIE
yes I agree with the other comments ... as a daily weigher I thank you for the reality check
by Firefish51 on 25 Apr 15 05:47 PM
Grilled Balsamic Chicken
Hi Everyone, Im back after being gone for so long. Wanted to tell you about a delicious grilled balsamic chicken I made that is not only healthy but low in calories...give it a try: www.2sistersrecip ...
by Elizabeth V on 25 Apr 15 10:34 AM
A Diff. Kind of "Scale"
I would take them maybe once a month or every 2 weeks, because not seeing the progress right away might be disappointing, even if there is progress
by soraya_deb on 25 Apr 15 09:39 AM
how come FatSecret numbers dont add up?
That would be a question for the operators of the site, not us mere mortals. Hey! People who run the site. What's your body fat level? :)
by northernmusician on 24 Apr 15 07:59 PM