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Navy Body Fat Calculator

One of the best methods of estimating the fat content of a person’s body was developed by US Navy and it calculates body fat with good precision. This parameter is determined for all service members of the US Navy since they are required to meet certain percent body fat (%BF) standards as a condition of military service. Read on to understand the equation and to check if you could join the naval forces. The US Navy body fat calculator is different to the method provided in our body fat calculator or the US Army body fat calculator, so you might also want to check them out to compare the results.

    Step 1: Enter your age, sex, height, neck circumference, and waist circumference.

    Step 2: Send a copy of your results to info@adaptnutritioncoaching.com

    Navy Body Fat Calculator

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    FFMI Calculator
    (Fat-Free Mass Index)

    FFMI is the abbreviation of Fat-Free Mass Index. It describes the amount of your muscle mass in relation to height and weight. FFMI is part of the family of body indexes, together with well-known and similar BMI. Although the FFMI is less used, it is more precise than BMI, and also provides information about somebody’s condition and health.

    The Fat-Free Mass Index uses 3 inputs to provide a score of muscle mass:

    • Body height – measured in centimeters or in feet and inches,
    • Body weight – measured in kilograms or pounds,
    • Body fat – measured in percent units (use our body fat calculator to find your input value).

    Step 1: Enter your height, weight, and body fat.

    Step 2: Send a copy of your results to info@adaptnutritioncoaching.com

    FFMI Calculator (Fat-Free Mass Index)

    Step 3

    Vitamin Calculator

    This vitamin calculator (or, in other words, this DRI calculator) shows your dietary reference intake (DRI) for all vitamins according to your age and sex. Depending on the scientific advice, you will see either the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) or Adequate Intake (AI) for each vitamin. Read the article below to find out what those terms mean, what is vitamins definition, and to discover what is the difference between fat-soluble vitamins and water-soluble vitamins.

      Step 1: Enter your height, weight, and body fat.

      Step 2: Send a copy of your results to info@adaptnutritioncoaching.com

      Vitamin Calculator

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      Micronutrient Calculator

      This micronutrient calculator shows your dietary reference intake (DRI) for all elements according to your age and sex. Depending on the scientific evidence, you will see either the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) or Adequate Intake (AI) for each element.

      Step 1: Enter your age, sex, and “assigned element” (such as calcium, iron, sodium, potassium, etc.)

      Step 2: Send a copy of your results to info@adaptnutritioncoaching.com