Protein and carbs are 4.1 calories per gram. Subtract the fiber grams before calculating the carb calories.
Fat is 9.4 calories per gram.
The total calories you get by these calculations will probably be slightly off from the calories you already wrote down due to rounding off differences.
After multiplying grams for each macro times its calories per gram, you can divide the calorie count of each macro by the total calorie count to get percentages.
A lot of people use 4 and 9 even.
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Rebecca - Yep I do. It just works well for me and actually isn't as much work as it seems. For me it's more of a hassle to have to get to my computer, login and punch in my food. If I'm cooking in the kitchen I just got down what I'll be having and the nutrition info straight from the label or my Calorie King book.