Interactive Tools Index
How many calories do you burn on your morning walk? Does your waist-to-hip ratio put you at risk for obesity and cardiovascular disease? Look to our interactive calculators to find out. Weight control through diet and exercise is one way to reduce your risk of developing heart disease. Our calculators help you track your progress and take control of your heart health.
This tool helps you determine your risk of developing significant coronary heart disease within the next ten years based on your age, blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and other risk factors.
With this tool, you can find out if you are at increased risk for Type II Diabetes by answering a series of simple questions.
Using body mass index as a reference, this calculator determines your ideal body weight range. All you need to do is enter your height.
This tool considers your height and weight to assess your weight status.
Are you apple-shaped or pear-shaped? Find out here.
This is the amount of calories your body burns when at rest, but awake, over the course of one day. What's your basal?
How many calories do you need to eat each day to maintain your weight and fuel your physical activity? Enter a few of your stats into this calculator to find out.
When you stop to take your heart rate during a workout, what should it be? This depends on your age and how hard you're working out. Find out your range here.
Enter your weight and how many calories you would like to burn. We'll tell you which activities to do and how long to do them to work off those calories.
Select the type and duration of activity you do, and we'll tell you the calories you've burned.
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