Macro Calculator by Meal Prep on Fleek

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Macro Calculator for Meal Prep
Step 1: Basic Information
Step 2: Activity Level
Step 3: Select your goal
Your results:
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR):
Body Mass Index (BMI):
Target calorie intake per day:
Macronutrient Balance:
Fats: 0 g
Protein: 0 g
Carbs: 0 g


How to Calculate Macros:

The Meal Prep on Fleek Macro Calculator takes the guesswork out of calculating macros so you can easily plan your weekly meals and hit your wellness goals. Whether you’re trying to calculate macros for weight loss, or for bodybuilding, we designed this macro calculator with you in mind and our calculator is the most comprehensive and easy to use calculator no matter your goal. Whether you’re trying to lose weight, maintain weight, or build muscle the first place to start is knowing how to calculate your macros.

If you have been meal prepping for a little bit and are just starting to get serious about your macronutrients, here is a link to our Ultimate Guide to Macros.  If you’re just getting started with Macros… make sure you understand what you’re getting yourself into. Using our Macro Calculator will help you identify your BMR and TDEE as well as your daily macronutrient intake.

Does it fit your Macros…

Will it fit my macros is a common saying in the meal prep and healthy lifestyle space. The mentality is, if I know exactly what you should be eating (based on my personalized macronutrient numbers) to lose fat, put on muscle, or maintain weight, then it doesn’t matter if you eat pizza, brownies, cookies, or a salad. Is that really the case? Do I need a Macro calculator after all? So, we ask…

What Are Macronutrients?

Macronutrients are the food categories that provide you with the energy to carry out our basic human functions, and they are broken down into three categories; protein, fats, and carbohydrates. By definition, A macronutrient is, “a type of food (e.g., fat, protein, carbohydrate) required in large amounts in order to satisfy the human diet.”  When you know how to calculate your macros then it’s easy to figure out how much energy you’re putting in your body every day and how much energy you need to burn off. If you’re putting in less energy than your burning off, essentially, you’ll lose weight. Read more here: Guide to Calculating Macronutrients


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