Discover the perfect number for you.

As a dietitian, I get this question all the time. People know that if they want to lose weight, they need to eat less calories…but how many, exactly, can they eat and still lose weight?  Even after being told a number, it can still be a struggle, and I get even more questions.


  • What if I workout?
  • What if I don’t workout?
  • What if my breakfast is extra big?
  • I didn’t eat breakfast. Can I have a bigger lunch?
  • Shoot! I only have 300 calories for dinner, what should I eat?
  • I am starving! if I eat more, can I just work out harder?


These are common problems when people start tracking their calories. Luckily, iFit Coach has already taken these questions into account. We actually do the math for you and adjust your plan as you make different choices throughout the day.


To find your personal, daily plan for calories, simply download the iFit Coach app, then click on the Nutrition tab. Here, you’ll see your daily calorie plan for meals and snacks. If you go over or under your allotted calorie amounts for your meals or snacks, we’ll adjust your nutrition and even your workout plan accordingly.


So if you do a little extra during a workout or take some additional steps, it’ll bump up your calories. If you skip breakfast, then we’ll spread those calories out throughout the rest of the day. Only have a few calories left for dinner? Click on the dinner tile, which will take you to our blog. From there, you can filter over 500 recipes for your unique calorie amount. You can even choose your cuisine type, prep time, season, and food allergies, so you can easily find a low-calorie dinner you’ll love!

Follow our plan and easily reach your goals. No math required.

WARNING: This post is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional. The above information should not be used to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before making any changes to your diet, sleep methods, daily activity, or fitness routine. iFit assumes no responsibility for any personal injury or damage sustained by any recommendations, opinions, or advice given in this article.