How can you burn off some of those extra calories before they turn into extra pounds? After thinking about a particular dish you savored (was it that brownie sundae?), try our “Get Moving! Calculator” to see how many calories you expend doing your favorite exercise or activity.

 

Note: Figures are based on moderate (as opposed to vigorous) activity. A heavier person burns more calories, so the same amount of physical activity can actually burn the same number of calories but more quickly. But remember, exercising harder and faster only increases the calories expended slightly. To burn more calories it is better to exercise for a longer time.

Determining how many calories you burn is not an exact science. This number should only be used as an estimate of calorie expenditure.

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If you've lost a significant amount of weight, increased your exercise or made any significant changes in your lifestyle in regard to eating and exercise, it's time to modify your plan. Simply use the Diet Assessment Calorie Calculator tool to help you find the appropriate calorie level based on the changes you've made in your lifestyle.


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Did you take the stairs to work this morning or play tennis yesterday afternoon? Physical activity (no matter how big or small) burns calories and this calculator tells you that calorie amount. Check out your favorite activity and you may be pleasantly surprised!


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Body Mass Index (BMI) is one of the most accurate ways to determine when extra pounds translate into health risks. Use the BMI Calculator to figure your BMI.


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Powered by the USDA National Nutrient Database, the Food Calorie Calculator allows you to choose from thousands of foods and brands, and see nutrition facts such as calories, fat, protein, carbohydrates, fiber and sugar.


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