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# Calculate Your Basale Metabolic Rate (Mifflin & St Jeor)

Last updated: Monday, May 01, 2023
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Mifflin & St Jeor

The Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is an estimation of the amount of a person's energy expenditure while at rest, in a thermal neutral zone ($$21^\circ C$$ or $$69^\circ F$$) and in the absorptive state (normally happens after 12 hours of fasting).

BMR is a more accurate measure of your metabolism at complete rest, which is normally a bit lower than your RMR.

The Mifflin and St Jeor formula used here is the revised version of the original Harris-Benedict formula by Mifflin and St. Jeor back in 1990.

The Mifflin and St Jeor formula for determining the BMR is defined as:
$$BMR$$ $$=$$ $$10.0$$ $$\times$$ $$weight$$ $$+$$ $$6.25$$ $$\times$$ $$height$$ $$-$$ $$5.0$$ $$\times$$ $$age$$ $$+$$ $$s$$
$$BMR$$: The basal metabolic rate
$$weight$$: The weight measured in kilogram
$$height$$: The height measured in centimeter
$$age$$: your age measured in years
The unit for BMR is: $$kilocalorie/day \text{ } (kcal/d)$$
Select your gender and the type of units below
Female (Metric)
Female (Imperial)
Male (Metric)
Male (Imperial)

## Female (Metric)

Use this calculator to determine the female basal metabolic rate using the Mifflin and St. Jeor's formula.
The weight measured in kilogram
$$weight$$
$$kilogram$$
The height measured in centimeter
$$height$$
$$centimeter$$
$$age$$
$$years$$
Please note, that all calculators provided are for informational and educational purposes ONLY, and should NOT be taken as professional medical/dietary advice.
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