Code In Place 2020 Final

by Kyle N


My project, entitled Gainz-A-Tron 9000, takes in a users biometric data, and returns an estimated Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), and a current Total Daily Estimated Expenditure (TDEE); BMR being the absolute bare minimum caloric intake the user needs for their body to perform essential bodily functions, and TDEE being a caloric estimate that takes in to consideration BMR, daily activities (like walking, cleaning, working) and athletic activity level. Once a baseline BMR and TDEE is found, the user will then receive an estimate of a goal TDEE to aim for to achieve their fitness and nutritional goal(s). It will then break down those calories into macro nutrients (Protein, Carbohydrates, and Fats), and those macronutrients into a per-meal value.