# How to calculate daily energy expenditure?

### How to calculate daily energy expenditure?

Your weight (in kg) x 10 + your height (in cm) x 6.25 – your age (in years) x 5 = MB (in Kcal per day). Add 5 if you are male or subtract 161 if you are female. This figure must then be multiplied by 1.37 if you are sedentary, by 1.55 if you are active or by 1.8 for athletes.

### How to calculate the BEJ?

Calculate his daily energy needs (BEJ): To do this, multiply the MB by the level of physical activity (NAP): Sedentary: x 1.375. Light NAP: x 1.56. Moderate PAL: x 1.64.

### How to calculate an SVT energy expenditure?

For example, for an individual with an average activity (cook, fisherman, etc.), we will multiply by 40 (to 45) his ideal weight (in kg). If 70 kg represents his ideal weight, he should consume 70 x Kcal per day.

### How to calculate basal metabolic rate?

The simplest method of calculating basal metabolic rate is the Harris and Benedict formula, recalculated by Roza and Shizgal (1994). They have in fact developed 2 calculation formulas, one for women and one for men.