How much you eat to be healthy is one of the biggest issues facing most people.
But for many, the answer is far from straightforward.
Here’s how much a person needs to eat to get the most out of their day.
How many calories do you need?
How many grams of fat?
What percentage of calories come from carbohydrates?
How much protein?
How about the fibre?
And if you’re a vegetarian or vegan, how many calories are you burning from that?
The answer can vary dramatically depending on what type of food you eat, what your needs are and how much fibre you eat.
But we want to find out how much weight you need and how many grams you need.
And if that doesn’t tell you much, you should probably start counting calories first.
There are a number of ways to do this, from weighing yourself, using a scale, or counting calories in different foods.
But the one that is often overlooked is to simply count calories, or how many you need per day.
For most people, this will give them the best idea of how much they need to lose to achieve a healthy weight.
But if you’ve got a busy lifestyle, or you’ve been struggling to shed pounds for some time, or just want a more precise idea of what you need, it’s worth trying to get a more accurate answer.
If you’re not sure how to get this right, or if you can’t count calories at all, the following calculator will help.
To find out more, read on to find the right method.
Determine your calorie requirements 2.
Divide by your weight 3.
Add up the calories per kilogram (kcal) 4.
Multiply by the number of grams per day 5.
Calculate your weight using this calculator 1.
Calculating calorie requirements We all have different daily calorie needs.
Some people need to have more food in their diet than others.
So for example, a 50-year-old woman weighing 70kg needs about 250kcal a day, while a woman who weighs 60kg needs just over 250k.
Some other important factors to keep in mind are your age, weight and gender.
For example, women are usually heavier than men, so a woman needs more calories to lose 10kg (22lb) than a man.
You should also check your exercise activity and exercise intensity to ensure you’re getting the right amount of exercise.
The key is to find a plan that works for you.
But a good rule of thumb is to divide the number you need by your body weight.
So if you weigh 140kg, and your weight is 80kg, then a woman should have around 80kg of food a day and a man should have about 50kg.
You can also use the calculator to calculate your calorie needs using the body mass index calculator.
You will need to take into account any weight gain from any other changes you might have made to your lifestyle, such as diet, exercise or weight.
You also need to consider any supplements you may be taking.
If your weight has increased or you’re overweight, you may need to restrict your intake of certain foods.
If it’s the case that you’ve lost weight, you need more than the average calorie needs for a person of your age and gender to achieve your goal of a healthy body weight of 140kg.
For some people, there may be additional considerations you need in order to achieve the same weight loss.
For instance, you might need to cut back on certain foods that are high in fat, such a milk or chocolate.
For more information on this, read the article: How much weight do I need?
What’s the best way to lose weight?
For more guidance on how to lose fat, check out our article: The best way for people to lose pounds?
What to eat When you’re cooking, you have a range of options.
You may eat more food to keep your calories in check, but you can also eat less to get rid of any excess calories you may have missed.
The basic idea is that as your body absorbs the calories from your food, the calories you burn from your body become less and less as you cook.
The more you eat of the same type of thing, the less you need (or can eat) to lose the weight you want.
If there’s a difference in calorie intake, you’ll need to adjust your intake accordingly.
So, if you normally eat 2.5 kilos of meat and 1.5 kg of vegetables a day then you’ll have to eat less than this if you are trying to lose 5kg (11lb) in the next year.
You might want to reduce the amount of meat you eat if you have less than normal appetite.
The calculator below uses a standard British meal plan and the calorie values for a standard serving of food.
It does not include fibre, sugar, salt or dairy products.
For a more detailed list of these foods, and more information about your calorie intake for different food