The calculation returns a figure known as your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), which represents the number of calories you might burn in a day if you undertook little or no activity. There are a number of different BMR equations in use today, from the more modern Mifflin - St Jeor formula , which was established in 1990, to the older Harris.
The Harris-Benedict equation is a mathematical formula that allows you to count your basal metabolic rate – BMR. It needs your age, weight, and height. There are two separate formulas for men and women: For women – BMR = 655.1 + (9.563 * weight in kg) + (1.850 * height in cm) - (4.676 * age).
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