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Weight Loss Target Date And Target Calories Calculator

The Weight Loss Target Date And Target Calories Calculator calculator gives you an idea of how long it will take to lose that weight. It allows you to calculate how many calories you should eat a day in order to lose a certain amount of weight by a certain date and calculates 5 different calorie deficits and how long it will take you to lose those weight.

The Weight Loss Table gives you 5 options to choose from. Pick the one you feel most comfortable with.

  • Option 1: 500 calories less than your total daily calorie needs. (approx. 1lb a week -- add in more exercise to burn more calories)
  • Option 2: 15% less than your total daily calorie needs. (slow but steady)
  • Option 3: 20% calories less than your total daily calorie needs. (average loss)
  • Option 4: 25% calories less than your total daily calorie needs.(moderate)
  • Option 5: 30% calories less than your total daily calorie needs. (aggressive)
WEIGHT LOSS TARGET DATE AND TARGET CALORIES CALCULATOR
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 mm-dd-yyyy
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To stay at the same weight, you would need approximately ... calories a day.
Please enter value for left form to calculate target date.
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Please Turn On Goal Date and choose date to reach weight by date
Exercise Level Information
Sedentary
  • At work - you work in an office
  • At home - you're usually sitting, reading, typing or working at a computer
  • Exercise - you don't exercise regularly
Light Activity
  • At work - you walk a lot
  • At home - you keep yourself busy and move a lot
  • Exercise - you participate in light exercise or take long walks
Moderate Activity
  • At work - you are very active much of the day
  • At home - you rarely sit and do heavy housework or gardening
  • Exercise - you exercise several times a week and push yourself pretty hard
Very Active
  • At work - you hold a labor-intensive job such as construction worker or bicycle messenger
  • At home - you are very active with heavy lifting and other rigorous activities
  • Exercise - you participate in physical sports such as jogging or mountain-biking each day
Extremely active
Hard daily exercise or sports and physical job or twice daily training, i.e marathon, contest, etc.