Weight Loss Percentage Calculator (Lbs or Kgs)Calculate how much time it will take to reduce the weight to the desired one, based on how many calories you will not get every day.
Shortfall in the required daily amount of calories you can reach either by reducing food intake or increasing the level of physical activity and the most effective is to do both at the same time.
Simultaneous caloric intake and increase the number of calories burned through physical activity (i.e., increase the level of physical activity) will lead to the most rapid and effective weight loss.
To calculate the energy requirement for your body – use our calorie calculator – how many calories do you need each day.
What is the lack of calories?
Lack of calories means the disparity of food you consume and your daily calorie needs, which you support keeping this or that diet.
-You calculate your daily requirement and it is 2500 calories a day (for weight maintenance at the current level). If this amount of calories reduces to 2000 (by following a diet), you will have a daily 500 calorie deficiency, which would result in weight loss. If in addition to this you will begin to do aerobics for 15 minutes a day (it burns about 100 calories), the level of calorie shortfall, will amount to 600 calories. To determine the number of calories burned in different types of physical exercise see :
Calories Burned Calculator WARNING!
Please note that, reduction the number of meals you consume should not be hard and fast. This will not lead to an intense weight decrease, but most likely will slow down metabolic processes in your body – and it is a guarantee that you will return to the former weight in case of failure of the diet.
For starters, try to give up 500 calories a day (or even 15% of the calculated daily value) – and see what the results will be. Different results
Different people, even with the same weight and level of physical activity following the same diet will get different results because of their individual differences. Achieving the effect of “plateau” (i.e. reduction of metabolism) can happen at any time, if overzealous.
Try our weight loss percentage calculator and get excellent results!