Apr 06

Calorie Calculator to Help Maintain, Lose or Gain Weight After Weight-Loss Surgery

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Maintaining weight loss requires effort. Know what normal weight gain is after weight-loss surgery, and how much weight gain or loss is too much. Talk to your dietitian.

The calorie calculators shown below will help you determine a baseline for how many calories you need daily to:

  1. maintain current weight
  2. lose weight
  3. gain weight

Visit with your dietitian/nutritionist before attempting to lose or gain weight. Other issues, beyond food/calorie intake may exist. If you don’t have a nutritionist/dietitian, your surgeon or hospital can certainly make recommendations/referrals. Check out data on how much weight gain is normal and what is not.

In addition, don’t forget that you need to take in high levels of protein. If you attempt to lose weight, make sure to find low calorie foods with high levels of protein. Also make sure you take all of your supplements daily.




Click either image to go to the selected calorie calculator
and see your personal results.

Consider using both calculators and comparing the results to confirm your caloric intake number.

NOTE: (The numbers shown below are are for the author. When you click to the calculator, you will enter your personal information)


Calorie Calculator #1

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Calorie Calculator #2

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About the author

Laurie Lee Dovey

LLD is a writer, photographer, marketing and media consultant, hunter, angler, RVer, sports nut, poker player, and wife.


  1. Cynthia

    You calculator above doesn’t give any information in the bottom section

    1. Laurie Lee Dovey

      Hi Cynthia — thanks for alerting us. We’ve replaced our non-working calculator with two other choices. Just click one of the images above to go to that calculator.

      1. Cynthia

        Thank you! Working fine now

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