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Height And Bmi For Men
Body mass index (BMI) is a measurement based on a person's height and weight, to decide if a person is too heavy or too light for his height. The index is a number that can be in the underweight range, normal range, overweight range, or obese range. Children use different number ranges than adults do, ...Read more
BMI: It is 28.6....Near perfect.Get a more detailed answer ›
My bmi is 15.5. I am 45 yrs. male. I do try to eat but find it difficult. I have been thin my whole life but worried that I can't gain wieght.
Need to see doctor.: I usually like to provide concrete answers to questions here, but your query requires some definitive testing. There could be many metabolic, infectious, nutritional, gastrointestinal, endocrine issues causing the problem with your weight. Your BMI is dangerously low. You need to initiate a local work-up with a doctor right away. Please. ...Read more
What is the proper dose of vit d for a 24 y o male BMI 19.5 w=59kg h=174cm who had vit d insufficiency of 12 where normal levels should be above 35?
Limitations of BMI: The calculation is the same. Men tend to be taller, which to some extent offsets the greater weight due to muscle. The bmi is not the be-all end-all of body fat measurements. It is a useful index for most people, and in large populations, but individual people can be muscular, stocky, and otherwise have low body fat but still a high bmi. ...Read more
Diet and exercise:
The key to losing weight is not a temporary diet but permanent changes. Sugars and simple carbs from grains esp. cause weight gain. I like Dr. Furhman's diet: http://tinyurl.com/ktampgg
Dr. Weil has useful info:
- see his "discuss that" link in his article.
Also see https://authoritynutrition.com/weight-loss/ for many useful articles.
Exercise is also important. ...Read more
36 male, have BP 126/95 to 136/100. Bmi 24.9. Do i need medication or can I change my lifestyle to control it. What are the threats?
LIfestyle: Make lifestyle changes first and then you can assess whether or not you need medication. Eat a plant based diet, exercise aerobically 4 to 6 times a week in your target zone( a little breathy), get enough sleep, limit alcohol and other drugs and focus on maintaining healthy relationships. My best. ...Read more
Insulin resistance: At the same age, women are more likely to have higher bmi than men. If the bmis were the same, the major factor to account for differences would be sex related hormones. Since women clearly become more Insulin resistant (ir) after menopause, it seems that Estrogens protect against Insulin resistance. With the more dramatic decline in hormone levels in women, it is likely they have more ir. ...Read more
I am male. Age 45. 6ft 2 inches and weigh 208 lbs. what should be my ideal goal weight? At current weight my BMI is 26.8.
BMI: The upper limit of the BMI range is 25 but 26.8 is not far above this. When BMI was determined were you fully clothed, wearing boots, etc. If you have bathroom scales at home you might want to compare your results with that at the doctor's office. At home you won't need to worry about clothing. ...Read more
Male,22 normal bmi. Bp in the morning is 120/69, afternoon 135/75, evening 142/75, night 130/69. Do i have a high blood pressue?
High BP?: high BP is diagnosed by a series of careful measurements or days or weeks. Always use accurate device, sit 5 min, take 3 discard first. If this average above 140/90 or more then see a Dr and discuss. ...Read more
I'm 31yo male with BMI 27.1. Walking for at least 30 mnts a day, vegetarian having small potions wt little fat n sweet; any suggestions how to loose?
34 male no fam his non smoker 22 BMI. .Triglycerides went from 183 to 227 to 422 in 6 months. 422 without fasting. Is this valid? Need to be worried?
I am a 6ft 2in male with a weight of 60.3 kg that's a BMI of about 17.1 if i've done the sums right is this underweight?
Forget numbers: The "ideal weight" and "body mass index" are subscientific especially in athletes. Your best weight is what looks and feels right to you and makes you able to compete successfully with your peers in athletics. If you have only a little body fat, that's great -- a man's best with none. Your weight might be that of a 6'2" sprinter; a healthy 6'2" muscled-up linebacker might be almost 2x your weight. ...Read more
41 yrs old male his HDL 26, LDL 92 , trigs 124, tot chol 143 and glucose level 53 after fasting and BMI : 24.2.How to increase HDL level?
Hello. I am a 25 year old male with BMI of 17. I have always been slim, irrespective of the quantity of food I eat, or my diet in general (healthy or not). My weight has not changed for as long as I can remember. I do exercise (run) 3-4 times a week. I ha
Question?: I don't see your question, but if your weight has been stable, and you feel well, there is no need to try to make your weight increase, just for the sake of seeing a higher number on a scale. You appear to be blessed with a great metabolism. ...Read more
What is the management of NASH and nafld in 24 y BMI of 19.5 healthy male no alcohol or meds or anything synthetic, even home made food?
No standard: The key will of course be increasing your level of aerobic fitness. I trust the diagnosis is right & that other causes of fatty liver / elevated enzymes (especially hepatitis c) have been ruled out. I hope you will not let somebody's idea that "synthetic is bad" limit your willingness to take medication. Betaine in beet juice, and of course vitamin e, are things to talk about with the team. ...Read more
I'm male, 27, 6'2 & 154lbs. I have a BMI of 19.7, 90% lean mass 10% fat mass. My blood pressure is 117/79 with 96 beats per min. Anything out of norm?
No!: Sounds like you're getting ready for the london olympics! ...Read more
What is the management of NASH or nafld in 24 y healthy male BMI 19.5 no alcohol no meds good lipid profile?
Fitness: There's no consensus, but this pathologist has seen a lot and would recommend you find an aerobic-intensive sport that you actually enjoy and go crazy doing it. Even without NASH / nafld, it's one of the finest gifts you can give yourself. ...Read more
Wat is the proper dose of vitamin E to take for nash. In a 24 year old male 59kg 174cm BMI 19.5 not to risk side effects of vit e and to take benefit?
800 IU: If you have biopsy proven nash, the studies recommend 800 iu per day. ...Read more
44 yr old male, former smoker(5 years), obese with a BMI of 41. had aunt with pancreatic cancer. Worried about my risk.
Y wud i hav NASH or nafld if I am a 24 y male non alcoholic BMI 19.5. Exellent lipid profile. Good mediterranean diet.Negative u/s & workup 4 high alt?
NAH: I'm not sure one abnormal liver function test would qualify as adequate to label one with a diagnosis of hepatic disease. Have you discussed with your dr.? Have you seen a gastroenterologist? ...Read more
Is Overall Cholesterol Level 231.24517 mg/dl (5.98) OK
Mother, History Hardening of the Arteries
concern for a slim 50 yr old Male with good BMI?
I am surprised that your doctor has not been more involved in your care. You might want to see a different primary doctor and/or see a Cardiologist.
Things should turn out OK but please let me know. ...Read more
Hello I'm 5'5 and my BMI is at 30 and a male, I feel like I've been losing weight. Even after eating a big meal no weight gain.. Could this be diabete?
Possible: Hi. Unintended weight loss can be seen with undiagnosed/untreated diabetes, but with other conditions as well. Is there a family history of diabetes? Do you have any other symptoms (up at night to pee, blurred vision, fatigue, thirst, etc)? Diabetes is easy to test for. Your BMI suggests possibility of unhealthy lifestyle. Eat healthily and exercise regularly, and of course, don't smoke. Good luck ...Read more
44 yr old male, former smoker(5 years), obese with a BMI of 41. had aunt with pancreatic cancer. Worried about my risk. How likely for someone my age and BMI ? I recently joined a gym and want to take steps to reduce my weight.
Good to lose weight:
It is not feasible to provide any meaningful estimate of your risk for pancreatic cancer. It is good that you started exercising and plan to lose weight. You may visit this site for into on this topic: https://www.cancer.org/cancer/pancreatic-cancer.html
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
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