There are three Calorie Counter Chart options offered on this page. So no matter what kind of calorie chart, food calorie counter, or calorie counter you are looking for we have you covered. There is the calorie chart in pdf form and one as a we link. towards the bottom of this page there is a link to a government calorie chart that also includes all kind of nutrients but it is so large that it can be difficult to use. If you want to print a fairly complete calorie chart then download this pdf chart may be best:
calorie counter chart (pdf).
This chart is in the form of a web page, as some people prefer to just copy the web page. I believe this chart comes out to be about 22 pages. It is not quite as big as the pdf chart: Food Calorie Chart
This calorie and nutrition chart is taken from the best nutrition and calorie chart Nutritive Value of the Edible Part of Food The USDA chart is not designed so that it is easily printable.
all calories created equal?
Before you go off counting calories, you may want to think a bit about nutrition and how long you go before getting hungry.
On this page you will find a few quick tips:
restaurant calorie counter when you have to eat out.
How about checking this out:
Negative Calorie Foods List
Here is another closely related calorie chart:
Low Calorie Foods List
One of the problems of losing weight is that some of that weight is muscle that is lost. How Much Protein to Build Muscle is a page that helps to explain how much protein one needs if they are real serious about building muscle.
Here is a calorie counter chart that is rearanged in such a way as to make it easy to choose foods high in protein:
How Much Protein to Build Muscle - Calorie Chart
This chart also highlights the vegetable sources of protein, and the egg and milk sources of protein seperately to make it easier for vegetarians and vegans.
Calorie Counter Chart with Grams of Protein per Calorie
But wait there is more. Here is a chart that has the percent of calories as protein:
Calorie Chart with Percent Protein
Calorie Counter Chart Showing:
Know How Many Calories You Should Eat
To avoid gaining weight over time, you should aim to burn up as many calories through basic metabolic function and physical activity as you take in. To know whether you're on track, you need to be able to estimate how many calories you need based on your age, gender and level of physical activity.
The calorie ranges shown in this table allow for the needs of people of different ages within an age group. Adults need fewer calories at older ages. For example, an active 31-year-old man needs about 3,000 daily calories, but an active 50-year-old man needs only about 2,800 calories.
Activity Level and Estimated Calories Burned
¹ Sedentary means you have a lifestyle that includes only the light physical activity associated with typical day-to-day life.
² Moderately active means you have a lifestyle that includes physical activity equivalent to walking about 1.5 to 3 miles per day at 3 to 4 miles per hour, in addition to the light physical activity associated with typical day-to-day life.
³ Active means you have a lifestyle that includes physical activity equivalent to walking more than 3 miles per day at 3 to 4 miles per hour, in addition to the light physical activity associated with typical day-to-day life.
How many calories should I eat?
Perhaps this chart is a little simpler and adds children, remember to do your BMI for more accurate results and to add a little more if you weigh more. These are all just averages to get you started:
For a person who practices 30 minutes or less of moderate physical activity, the number of calories that they should eat is:
Children--------2-3 years old 1000 calories
Children--------4-8 years old 1200-1400 calories
Girls-------------9-13 years old 1600 calories
Boys------------9-13 years old 1800 calories
Girls------------14-18 years old 1800 calories
Boys-----------14-18 years old 2200 calories
Females-------19-30 years old 2000 calories
Males----------19-30 years old 2400 calories
Females-------31-50 years old 1800 calories
Males----------31-50 years old 2200 calories
Females-------51+ years old 1600 calories
Males----------51+ years old 2000 calories
For a person who practices 30 minutes to at least 60 minutes or more of moderate physical activity, the number of calories that they should eat is:
Children--------2-3 years old 1000-1400 calories
Children--------4-8 years old 1400-1800 calories
Girls-------------9-13 years old 1600-2200 calories
Boys-------------9-13 years old 1800-2600 calories
Girls------------14-18 years old 2000-2400 calories
Boys------------14-18 years old 2400-3200 calories
Females-------19-30 years old 2000-2400 calories
Males----------19-30 years old 2600-3000 calories
Females-------31-50 years old 2000-2200 calories
Males----------31-50 years old 2400-3000 calories
Females-------50+ years old 1800-2200 calories
Males----------50+ years old 2200-2800 calories
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