The keto calculator will ask you to input a few pieces of information about yourself including:
- Current weight
- Estimated body fat percentage
- Your day-to-day activity levels (based on your job)
- Whether you work out
- If so, how much?
- Your goal (lose weight, build muscle or maintain)
Then it will provide you with an average of how many calories you should be eating daily and how those calories should be broken down by macronutrients (fat, protein and carbs).
If you want to adjust the caloric surplus or deficit, protein ratio or total grams of carbohydrates, check the Fine Tuning box right below Your Goal.
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