Gaining weight is kind of a hard thing to do if you are not aware of calories you should be consuming each and every day, yes. For that very reason, we've created this little tool of ours called Calorie Calculator for Weight Gain that tells you how many calories you should be consuming every day in order to gain weight, based on your activity level and characteristics.

Our calorie calculator for weight gain is as simple as filling the fields below and getting your required calories for each day, in order to gain weight by up to 60%.

Gender:Male Female
Weight:(kg)
Height:(cm)
Age:(y)
Activity:No Activity
Less Activity
Moderate Activity
Good Activity
Gender:Male Female
Weight:(pounds)
Height:(f) (in)
Age:(y)
Activity:No Activity
Less Activity
Moderate Activity
Good Activity

If you want to neither lose nor gain any weight, you should be eating calories per day.

If you want to gain weight by twenty percent, you should be eating calories per day.

If you want to gain weight by forty percent, you should be eating calories per day.

If you want to gain weight by sixty percent, you should be eating calories per day.

know-how

To get started with our calorie calculator for weight gain, few people may have questions about “Activity” section of the tool but don’t worry – this is how it works:

No Activity – if you are not active, you should check this radio button.

Less Activity – if you exercise sometimes (once or twice a week), check this radio button.

Moderate Activity – if you exercise often and are active, check this radio button.

Good Activity – if you exercise daily and are active, check this radio button.

Activity levels in our calorie calculator for weight gain are important because they make the required calories differ from person to person. For instance, if you are active and you are eating more calories, you may still not be able to gain weight that easily.

Another thing to keep in mind is that calories generated based on data for you are just a baseline. It means that generated calories will assist you in starting out with your diet plan and as you progress, you may change those calories accordingly, based on how you feel and experience, for better results.