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 Protein intake CALCULATOR Protein calculation - calculate your recommended daily allowance for protein intake
 Bodyweight : KG LBS Exercise : No Exercise Mainly Endurance Training Mainly Power Training Mainly Weight Training Exercise intensity : 0-3 times a week 4-5 times a week 6-7 times a week Result : * Based on the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of 0.8 grams protein per 1KG body weight. The RDA is said to meet 97.5% of the population's needs.

Protein Intake Calculator

During digestion in the stomach, proteins are broken down into tinier bits by enzymes known as proteases into smaller polypeptides; the purpose is to provide amino acids for our body. Protein consist of 16.8 kilojoules or 4 calories per gram. These are important especially for children growing up and their development, during the pregnancy period of the woman or the breast feeding period and more importantly for men who want to enhance their physical activities, muscular mass and body structure. It is said that the recommended daily allowance (RDA) of protein intake is at least 0.8grams per 1kilogram of body weight. And 97.5% of the majority population meets the RDA’s requirements.

If you want to find out how much protein you have to take for example to improve your body weight or muscle mass based on your lifestyle, you can try out the Protein Intake Calculator. This will compute and give you the RDA of the nutrient you’ll need to consume every day. To operate this calculator, you first start by entering your weight in the first box. You can choose if you want it to be in kilograms or in pounds. Next is by entering your lifestyle or your exercise level whether you exercise mainly in endurance training, power training, or even in weight training. Lastly is by entering in the last box how much you exercise in a week. Is it 0-3 times a week, 4-5 times a week, or 6-7 times a week? By clicking the calculate button, you will be given the result in grams of the right amount of protein you should be taking on a daily basis according to the RDA.

For example a bodybuilder weighing 296lbs or 134kgs wants to find out how much protein he needs to intake daily. So he uses the calculator to figure out the answer. First, he enters his weight in the first box which is 296lbs or 134kgs if he prefers it. Next, he chooses and enters in the second box among the three choices he chooses the mainly weight training exercise level. Then lastly, he enters how much he does the exercise in a week which in his case is 6-7 times a week. After clicking the calculate button, he gets the result of 242.18, which is the advisable protein consumption he needs every day.

Meanwhile, a lazy man that weighs 65kg wants to identify how much he has to intake protein. He inputs his weight which is 65kg. Then his exercise level which is no exercise. And lastly, the exercise intensity which is 0-3 times a week. By clicking the calculate button, he finds out that he only needs to consume 52 grams of proteins a day.

Our online calculators are digital devices that were built to perform specific calculations for various tasks. They were designed to work just like regular calculators with two goals in mind – providing you with the necessary information and to help you to make better choices in life.