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Caloric Needs Of Pregnant Women
A calorie is the amount of heat energy needed to increase a mililiter of water 1 degree centigrade, the calorie we talk about in foods is really a kilocalorie, that is the amount of energy needed to increase a liter of water 1 degree centigrade... So if you eat a food that is 500 calories that food if burned completely has enough energy to heat a liter of ...Read more
What should my calorie intake be to lose weight? My first Doctor said 1200 but calculators say 2100. 310lbs 5'3" female 22 years old. Thank you!
It depends: Do you want to sustain your weight or lose weight? It may be best to consider weight loss since a 5'3" frame will have diffculty sustaining that weight over time without joint damage. Your calorie recommendations are extremes on a spectrum. I would suggest starting at 2500 carefullly counted for 2 months are drop by 100 every 2 months until you get to 1500. Return to 1800 when at goal weight. ...Read more
How many extra calories does a woman pregnant with twins need? (e.G. If a normal diet is 2000 do they need 3000 or 4000?)
300 Kcal more.: Only 300 kcals more in comparison to women pregnant with singleton fetus are needed for women carrying twins (i.e. 600 kcals more than non-pregnant women of similar size). Please note, however, that the twins with the best outcomes are born to women with the most weight gain during pregnancy (up to 55 lbs). ...Read more
Ummmm..: Uh, oh, this question sounds like a disaster waiting to happen. Whenever, one asks a question in this manner, it brings up concerns about the possibility of an eating disorder. If you do have an eating disorder please be candid with your obstetrician & your nutritionist (should be work with one). ...Read more
At least 2300: A good rule is to start at about 2300 calories in the first trimester, 2500 in your second trimester, and 2600 in your third trimester. ...Read more
I'm 6 weeks pregnant. How many calories should a pregnant women eat that wants to gain the least amount of weight?
About 2000: The recommendations range from 1500 to 2500 calories, depending on your activity level and weight (or bmi) as you start into pregnancy. You can actually be on a slight weight loss diet (1500 cal) if you are heavy to start with, but usually you will need more. You need to eat enough for the baby to grow well, which we can monitor with ultrasound throughout pregnancy. ...Read more
I use an app called myfitnesspal and it suggests ingesting 1 260 calories per day. I'm active, healthy, not pregnant, 26 yo woman. Is this too low?
Goals?: What are your goals? If you are working on weight loss then this is probably an accurate calculation. That app is really good. ...Read more
300 cal: If she starts out healthy and at a normal weight, then on average she would take in 300 extra calories of quality food. ...Read more
How many calories do I need a day to maintain my weight? I'm not too sure about these calculators online. Need professional advice asap!
Depends: Need a complete physical exam to reach at optimal amount. ...Read more
Calories burned, is it all voodoo? HR monitor, Elliptical, and online calculators differ by up to 50%. Is one more accurate? I'm 250 lbs, FFM 180 lbs
Beware the machines: While exercise machines attempt to alert users of calories burned and wattage acheived, the reality is unless in a sport medicine clinic, you probably are not getting accurate results. I am a strong proponent of regular exercise, and then increasing intensity and duration as tolerated. However, it is what you put in your body that is going to make the biggest difference to your fitness goals. ...Read more
Add 300 Calories: Of healthy food per day if your pre-pregnancy weight was normal. ...Read more
2500. You only need 500 more calories a day when you are pregnant than what you need when you are not pregnant.
Remember, it is important to continue to "keep it moving" while you are pregnant.
You are not eating for two, you are eating for one, so you need to remember to be healthy. ...Read more
Not a good idea: Your calorie needs will change throughout pregnancy. In the first trimester, most people don't need extra calories. Later however, you will need extra calories. When you see your OB/Gyn for your regular checkups, you will be weighed and your Ob/Gyn can advise you on appropriate nutrition. ...Read more
It depends: It depends on how physically active the pregnant mother is during the day. Exercise will raise the number of calories burned. ...Read more
Positive test: They are accurate to determine if you are pregnant or not but not very accurate to give you the date of conception. ...Read more
I am starting on a 1000 calorie diet to lose my after-pregnancy baby fat. Do you think it will work?
If I had a period march 19th and didn't have one in april does that mean I got pregnant at the end of march. Preg calculator says april 24th?
The missed period in april is likely the egg that became fertilized at conception. After fertilization, it implants itself on the wall of the uterus to then become a fetus, your baby.
You likely conceived near the end of march or at the beginning of april. It is generally two weeks after the start of your new cycle. ...Read more
IM overwight and mo pregnant. How many calories do I stay under to not gain alot more weight? I gained 17 so far and don't wanna gain much more
You haven't: Provided enough information and this is too specific and important to be handled over the internet. Talk in detail w/your OB and see a good dietitian. ...Read more
I'm actively trying to get pregnant. Lmp 6/13, two calculator told me 24\27 I wud ovulate, is this true? My cycle 27-28 days Been actively trying 6/22
Ovulation timing: For a cycle of 28 to 30 days yoru ovulation time will be midcycle around 14th to 16th day plus minus 3 to 5 days that means you should try every other day around 9th to 19th day av and followed basic instruction to be in bed for 40to 45 minutes then. In conditions you and your partner if normal you only have 25% chnace to be pregnant thus it takes 6 months to do furhter workup if you still not yet ...Read more
I try to get all calories I need during pregnancy. Currently 33w but I don't eat all the calories I need every day, but I try. Am I harming the baby?
Most Wt Gain is H2O: Where starting & goals? ↑↓muscle/fat/brain? Calories are units of heat to warm h20 as measured in a calorimeter, not by eating/digesting & routinely guessed at for ↓$, per usual practices. Study: wikipedia. Org/calorimeter, nusi. Org, lustig, taubes, attia, enig, dietdoctor & videos: big fat lies, mcgovern's report, science for smart people, big fat fiasco, why we get fat & my answers on healthtap. ...Read more
I don't always get all the additional calories needed during my pregnancy (22w) every day. Is it okay if I aim to an average for the week?
Is it okay to lose weight during pregnancy/not gain weight if you're not limiting nutrition but instead walking off the excess calories?
Healthy always ok: Often pregnant women start focusing on nutrition and exercise in ways they were not doing before getting pregnant. One must look at the big picture. If a patient who was not living a healthy lifestyle before starts living healthy during pregnancy this is a good thing. We can not just look at the scale and make a judgment. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
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