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Weight Loss Calculator
Weight Loss Formula: Calorie Deficit = 3500 * number of pounds to lose

Weight Loss Definition
Use this free online weight loss calculator to help you meet your weight loss goals! Starting a new weight loss plan can be intimidating. Keeping track of calories is the only tried and true way to lose weight, but trying to figure out the numbers is sometimes a daunting task at the beginning of your weight loss program. The weight loss calculator is designed to help eliminate the guess work.

Using The Calculator to Determine Calorie Deficit
The way that the weight loss calculator works is simple.

Step 1: Enter your current weight.
Step 2: Enter your goal weight.
Step 3: Press “calculate.”
After you press calculate, the calculator will determine how many pounds you need to lose and how many calories you need to burn in order to lose those pounds.
In order to lose one pound, you must eliminate 3500 calories from your diet. The calorie deficit in this case is defined as the number of total pounds you need to lose multiplied by 3500.

Keeping The Bigger Picture in Mind
Knowing how much weight you need to lose, and how many calories you need to burn, is only half the battle. The weight loss calculator provides you with the references you need to burn the calories. Be sure to visit our partner website for free workout plans (and especially be sure to check out the weight loss workout program)! Additional weight loss help includes:
  • Workout plan builder
  • A-Z exercise library
  • Supplement finder
  • Custom workout plan design
  • Workout plan finder
  • Goal tracker
Using the Weight Loss Calculator on Your Website
Do you run a weight loss themed website? The weight loss calculator can be placed on your website or blogging service easily. Using the free widget provided by the calculatorpro website, you can:
  1. Customize the colors of the weight loss calculator’s background and text colors, making it match the colors of your website or blog.
  2. Choose the width size.
  3. Pick a font size between 10 to 20 pixels.
  4. Instantly see how the calculator will look using the preview tool.
  5. Copy and paste the code in order to add it to your website.

Maybe you are detailing your health-related activities on your social media blogging service? If you use Twitter, Facebook, Digg, Google Bookmarks, or StumbleUpon, the weight loss calculator has simple buttons that allow you to post the calculator to those services.

How to Calculate Weight Loss
Let's be honest - sometimes the best weight loss calculator is the one that is easy to use and doesn't require us to even know what the weight loss formula is in the first place! But if you want to know the exact formula for calculating weight loss then please check out the "Formula" box above.