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Daily Calorie Requirements

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Calorie Calculator helps in calculating Daily Average Calorie needs of a person. This calculator would be of immense use to those intending to lose weight.
. Daily Calorie Requirements

Calorie requirements can vary depending on the lifestyle. A sedentary lifestyle (e.g. Office desk work) would require less calories as compared to the calories required by an athlete. This calculator indicates an approximate calorie requirement for a person having a normal lifestyle.
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Interesting Facts

  • Carbohydrates, fats and proteins - three main sources of calories in our food.
  • Due to the biological changes in the body, adolescents' caloric requirements are high.
  • Proteins and carbohydrates give about four calories each per gram while fat gives nine calories.
  • Calories get stored in the form of fat, when not consumed as fuel by the body.

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Posted by:  shery, Pakistan  Posted on: 9/9/2011
very interesting. its very easy calculator but what about the other factors like thermal factor, injury factor or infection?
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