A. Neomar Evies, Ph.D

* University Teaching (Undergraduate): Facilitator of curricular units in the areas of: technology management, ICTs, applied computing, technology, administration, statistics, general management, Human Resources, Sports. Academic tutor and referee in different research works. Management of different eLearning tools.

* University teaching (Postgraduate): Facilitator of curricular units in the areas from: Management and ICTs. Tutor and referee in different research projects.

* Research: Accredited active researcher in the area of technology management with various finished research products. Research Field: Management Technology in business organizations. Speaker at different events and conferences National and international. Author of academic books and different articles scientific investigation.

* Management: Managerial positions and direction of work teams. Area coordinator technologies in different congresses, forums and scientific, academic and/or events sports at national and international level. Extensive experience designing and implementing technological projects, information systems, reengineering processes, projects feasible, model designs and organizational systems.

* Technology: Described below:

Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) Calculator

Calculate what your basal metabolic rate is. Our calculator will process the information and provide accurate results according to the data provided. It is easy to use. Fill out the required fields to know the minimum amount of energy your body needs to survive while performing basic functions such as breathing, blinking, filtering the blood, regulating body temperature, or synthesizing hormones.

BMR Calculator


Important Information!

What is the BMR?

It is simply the numerical value of energy that the body requires to carry out the vital functions of the organism, among which we have, for example: respiration, regulation of body temperature, synthesis of hormones, among others.

What is an acceptable BMR?

The ideal metabolic rate does not have an exact value, however, a person who enjoys excellent health may have values between 48 to 70% of total energy expenditure.

Why is it important to measure your BMR?

It is necessary to know our basal metabolic rate because we can know precisely the amount of calories that the body demands to carry out the most basic functions. With these we can make adjustments to our diet in order to provide our body with the necessary calories to maintain optimal health.

So, It is essential to know our body, the secret is in the food and our metabolic processes.

What are the common Factors that affect our BMR?

The metabolic rate is affected by several factors such as: age, body weight, gender, physical condition, the routine activities carried out by the person, their body composition, among others.

How to calculate the the BMR?

Mifflin-St. Formula Jeor for men: TMB = 10P + 6.25A – 5E + 5
Mifflin-St. Formula Jeor for women: TMB = 10P + 6.25A – 5E – 161