Keto Calculator: Easy & Accurate Way To Find Your Macros | Keto Vale

Keto Calculator

Are you ready to start your keto lifestyle? Let us help you calculate your personal macros and how much fat, protein and carbs you should eat based on your personal information.

  • Which System of Measurement Do You Prefer?



  • Choose Your Gender

  • Height


    • Height

      Enter your height in cm
    • Weight

      Enter your weight
    • Height

      Enter your height in feet
    • Enter your height in inches
    • Weight

      Enter your weight
  • Your Age

    Enter your age
  • Body Fat Percentage

    What Is Your Current Body Fat Percentage?

    Body Fat Percentage and Body Mass Index (BMI) are 2 different things. If you are unsure about your body fat percentage, check this guide here!

    Enter your body fat percentage
  • Calorie Deficit / Surplus

    What Is Your Goal?

    • Lose Weight
    • Maintain
    • Gain Muscle
  • How Much Weight You Want To Lose?

  • Activity Level

    Describe Your Daily Activity Level

    • Sedentary
      Having little or no physical activity, being somewhat inactive, typically an office job.
    • Lightly Active
      Light exercise (20 minutes per day, 1-3 times a week) or having a retail job with a good amount of walking.
    • Moderately Active
      A lightly active day job with physical labour such as a waitress or exercise 3 times a week.
    • Super Active
      A very active day job such as construction workers or intense amount of exercise 5-7 times a week.
    • Add your own custom level

  • Carbs

    Input a deficit percentage to lose weight/fat


    It's NOT recommended to go above a 30% calorie deficit (for weight loss) or above a 15% calorie surplus (for muscle gain). If you want to lose weight, try between 10%-20% deficit. For muscle gain, try 10% surplus.

  • Protein


    How many net carbs do you want to eat?

    For ketogenic diet, your daily carb intake should be 5% or less of your total calories consumed. This works out to be between 20g -25g net carbs a day for most people. If unsure, just put 20g. For more details on net carbs, click here!

    Net carbs.


    Your Protein Ratio: How much protein do you want to eat (g/lb of lean body mass)?

    Protein is very important but you don’t need to overconsume it on a ketogenic diet. To keep it simple, stay between 0.7g-0.8g to maintain muscle and between 0.8g to 1.2g to build muscle. If unsure, start with 0.8 because it works well for most people.

    The unit here is gram per pound of lean body mass. For more details, read this guide.

  • Your Personal Macros

    Your Personal Macros:

    • 0 calories
    • 0 g fats
    • 0 g net carbs
    • 0 g protein

    Results Summary:

    You need 0 calories from 0g net carbs, 0g protein, and 0g fats to achieve your goal.


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We use the Mifflin-St.Jeor-Formula to calculate your Base Metabolic Rate (BMR).