Ketogenic Diet Macro Calculator
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Lean Body Mass139lbsFat Ratio60%
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Caloric Intake2500kilocaloriesProtein Ratio35%Ratio Total:
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Carb Ratio5%100
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Protein Limit Low0.5g/lb LBM
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Protein Limit High1g/lb LBM
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Carbohydrate Limit30g
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RESULTSTKR
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FatProteinCarbohydrates(grams)Woodyatt/Cohen AverageWoodyattCohenMetcalf/Moriarty
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16721931Ratio Method1.17521.43380.91660.6667
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16725030Ratio + Fixed Carb Protein1.08441.38260.78610.5952
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18121930Ratio + Fixed Carb Fat1.21501.50420.92580.7259
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2347030Protein Limit Low2.43472.58552.28402.3473
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20313930Protein Limit High1.66341.88211.44471.1992
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Source for information on TKR (Total Ketogenic Ratio):

http://www.lucastafur.com/2011/05/total-ketogenic-ratio-tkr_21.html

With TKR, higher numbers are better, and in theory above 1.0 is required to be ketogenic.

Lucas Tafur suggests that Cohen may underestimate and Woodyatt may overestimate, so I added the average value column.

In addition, I added an option to the ratio method for setting an absolute carbohydrate restriction, as this is more common in practice than true adherence to the ratio system. The two options "Protein" and "Fat" show you where the missing percent jumps to - protein or fat. (So that the two ratio options add up to 100%.)

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Navy Rope-n-Choke body fat calculator, if you don't have access to DEXA, BIA, or other more accurate methods:

http://www.bmi-calculator.net/body-fat-calculator/

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Rule of 7: You can roughly estimate about 7g protein per ounce of muscle meat or cheese.
"Make a copy" or "Download as" Excel or OpenOffice to be able to change input values and recalculate tables.
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