Welcome to our comprehensive guide on determining the number of calories you should eat to achieve weight loss. In this web story, we will walk you through calculating your BMI and TDEE, which are essential factors in setting an appropriate calorie intake for your goals. Let's get started! 

BMI is a useful indicator of your body composition and weight status. Our calculator will ask for your height and weight to calculate your BMI. This information will help you understand where you stand in terms of weight categories such as underweight, normal weight, overweight, or obese. 

TDEE represents the number of calories your body requires to maintain its current weight. By inputting your activity level into our calculator, you can estimate your TDEE. This calculation takes into account factors like your basal metabolic rate (BMR) and physical activity level.

To lose weight effectively, you need to create a caloric deficit, which means consuming fewer calories than your TDEE. Our calculator will guide you in determining an appropriate deficit based on your weight loss goals. It's important to create a moderate deficit to ensure sustainable and healthy weight loss.

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Once you have calculated your TDEE and established a caloric deficit, it's time to design your meal plan. Our web story provides tips and suggestions for creating a well-balanced and nutritious diet that aligns with your calorie goals. Discover healthy food choices and portion control strategies to support your weight loss journey.