BMR Basal Metabolic Rate—The rate at which the body at rest uses energy (calories) to maintain vital functions, such as breathing. You can configure your BMR using the MIFFLIN ST. JEOR Equation. Female BMR = (10 × weight in kg) + (6.25 × height in cm) - (5 × age in years) - 161. *Of four equations tested, the Mifflin-St Jeor equation is more likely to estimate BMR to within 10% of that measured. Please note that this is a general equation and should be used as a ball park figure.
TDEE Total Daily Energy Expenditure—The number of actual calories used by the body in one twenty-four hour period for all activities and vital functions. This is your BMR plus whatever energy you expend during exercise and activity. TDEE (or TEE) results in more efficient tool for weight loss and management.
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CONTROL EQUASION = 41, 5'1", 105 lbs. BMR = 1081
Female BMR = (10 × weight in kg) + (6.25 × height in cm) - (5 × age in years) - 161
105 lbs = 47.6272 kilograms ( formula divide the mass value by 2.205 )
5'1" = 154.94 centimeters ( formula -> take the inches and multiply them by 0.08333333 THEN add the feet = 5.08333333 ( multiply the length (5.08333333) value by 30.48 )
41 = 41
FIRST CALCULATION ( weight ) -> 47.6272 x 10 = 476.272
SECOND CALCULATION ( height ) -> 6.25 x 154.94 = 968.375
THIRD CALCULATION ( age ) -> 41 x 5 = 205
ALL TOGETHER NOW -> 476.272 + 968.375 - 205 - 161 = 1078.647
TIMES ACTIVITY -> 1078.647 x 1.2 = 1294.3764
weight = lbs = 0kg
feet_and_inches = 0
centimeters = 0
BMR = -161;
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