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Health Tools > Results: Nutritional Needs
When you reach your weight loss goal, you can gradually increase your intake to 0 calories to maintain your weight, providing you maintain the same physical activity level. if your physical activity level changes, use this tool to recalculate your daily calorie needs.

These recommendations are based on the USDA's Recommended Dietary Allowances (1989) and Dietary Reference Intakes (1997).

Results: Nutritional Needs
Based on the information you provided, you use approximately 0 calories per day.

To meet your weight loss goal, try to limit your calories to
per day. That way, you will lose approximately 1 lb. per week, as 1 lb. of fat equals about 3,500 calories. The USDA does not recommend a weight loss of more than 1 to 2 lbs. per week.

The recommended distribution of your daily calories is:
carbohydrates: 0 g
protein: 0 g
fat: 0 g

The recommended daily amounts of key vitamins and minerals are:
sodium: 2400 mg
calcium: 1200 mg
cholesterol: 300 mg
vitamin D: 10 mcg
vitamin C: 60 mg
iron: 10 mg
folate: 180 mcg
vitamin B12: 2 mcg

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