The calculator gives you an estimate, a starting point and something to focus on. It is not a magical number so don't treat it as one. Try it for a few weeks, check your results and adjust accordingly. Goodluck!

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30 Day 'Fresh Start' Challenge
30 Day 'Fresh Start' Challenge

30 Day 'Fresh Start' Challenge


It’s January, the time we all promise ourselves we’ll make changes, but few of us follow through. So let’s make 2022 the year you let the Tru Fit team help you achieve those goals!

Join our Fresh Start challenge and you’ll get daily workouts with Michael, Pilates & Yoga, meal plans, fat loss info, nutrition hacks and skin care tips from Martha!

But most importantly, you’ll get access to our incredibly supportive Tru Fit Facebook community! We are a family here, and when you join you’ll have thousands of supporters in your corner!

 So make right now the moment you decided to commit to a positive change in your life, embraced your best self and chose to make a fresh start in 2022!



If you are breastfeeding it is recommended to add extra calories as seen below.

Exclusively breastfeeding add 500 extra calories.

Mostly breastfeeding add 400 extra calories.

Partially breastfeeding add 250 extra calories.

Women who are underweight, or did not gain sufficient weight during pregnancy should NOT be using such a calculator.


This Calorie Calculator is based on the Mifflin-St Jeor Equation which calculates basal metabolic rate (BMR), and its results are based on an estimated average. The basal metabolic rate is the amount of energy expended per day at rest.

For men:
BMR = 10 × weight (kg) + 6.25 × height (cm) - 5 × age (y) + 5

For women:
BMR = 10 × weight (kg) + 6.25 × height (cm) - 5 × age (y) - 161


Note: All values are estimates and do not guarantee weight maintenance, weight loss, weight gain, an adequate milk supply or sufficient calorie supply while breastfeeding. Accurate determination of the calories you burn can only be accomplished by individual physiological testing. Please contact your personal health care provider if you are unsure how many calories you should be consuming while pregnant or breastfeeding