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Welcome to My P.L.A.N., our online nutirtional analysis and diet tracking tool. You are currently not registered, or not logged in, so this is a demo page, which features some of our tool's functions. Please use the menu above to register or login, in order to start using the tool.
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Basal Metabolic Rate Chart: Demo Mode
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BMR Information
Basal Metabolic Rate is calculated based on age, weight and height. To modify the information, enter a few weight entries at different dates, to see how your BMR changes through time and weight.

BMR Formula:

Women: 655 + 4.36 X Weight (lbs) + 4.32 X Height (inches) – 4.7 X Age = BMR

Men: 66 + 6.22 X Weight (lbs) + 12.7 X Height (inches) – 6.8 X Age = BMR

Reference: Harris J, Benedict F. A biometric study of basal metabolism in man. Washington D.C. Carnegie Institute of Washington. 1919

Waist To Hip Ratio: Demo Mode
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WHR Information
WHR looks at the relationship between the measurements of your waist and hips. Research suggests that the Waist-to-hip ratio (WHR) may predict health risks by looking where fat is stored in the body. People with "apple-shaped" bodies (with more weight around the waist) face more health risks such as diabetes, high cholesterol, and heart disease than those with "pear-shaped" bodies who carry more weight around the hips. Women should have a waist-to-hip ratio of 0.8 or less. Men should have a ratio of 0.95 or less.
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