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Handout About Body Mass Index For Esl Students
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
Weight:height.: The BMI is simply your weight with respect to your height - an overly simplistic and thereby essentially flawed assessment of your health. It's a bit better when used in combination with body fat measurement. That being said, a high BMI might be associated with diabetes and heart disease amongst other health conditions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
BMI & ideal weight are quite confusing!I do strength training.I have lots of muscles huge chest n biceps.My BMI is 34.Is bodybuilding bad for health?
BMI.: Technically speaking, BMI does not take into account body composition, only weight with respect to height. Muscle is more dense than fat, so thinner muscular people can have elevated BMIs. Your best bet would be to interpret your BMI along with a concurrent body fat analysis. If BMI is a bit high and body fat is low, then it's likely fine. Remember, it's just a number. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
BMI: The body mass index is equal to the person's weight divided by the square of their height. Ideal body weight will vary with age, sex, muscle/fat ratio, height and bone density. Bmi is only a rough guide of a person's ideal body weight which is usually a range and not an absolute number. Generally a bmi less than 18 is underweight, 18-25 is ideal, 25-30 is overweight and over 30 is obese. ...Read more
Why does it appear that dieticians download patient nutrition info from a standard template that popular on-line sites have? Case-by-case has ended?
Nutrition: In the nutrition world one size does not fit all - so I agree with you. Sadly, it is unlikely that the dietitians who have a fixed "menu", will ever change. How about you doing some online reading and getting a good item out to the folks who need more help. Please keep me posted. ...Read more
What about gh injection for the beginners of bodybuilding? 27years. 60kg. 178cm. My goal is to gain more weight and shape at once. Thanks
Bodybuilding: How about putting in the work and staying natural and dedicated. Don't cheat yourself with short cuts. Muscle hypertrophy takes weeks to months to establish. Body builders are hypertrophy ing mainly type 1 endurance fibers. This means you need medium weight, lots of reps and sets with progressively decreased rest. Do it right or suffer more injures. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anxiety: I admire you for wanting to eat eating Healthy Diet. See Physician for Diagnosis; have Diet 2000 - 2500 cal/day with more Protein and 2-3 snacks in between meals; eat slowly, relax; gradually increase caloric intake. Your “Study Pressure” to pass, to excel, and to live up to expectations of parents is causing Anxiety affecting your appetite, eating regularly and eating healthy. See a Therapist. ...Read more
What's a good body wt for african american female? I'm 68in, 198lbs, slight muscular build (prefer not to be < 190lbs. Don't agree w standrd BMI recs.
I'm am 17 years old with 5'8" height and 48 kg weight. Should i go for some supplements like whey protein and endura mass? Is it safe and healthy?
How to diet? Can I use unicity product? I am too fate. The below is my personal information: age: 39, weight: 96kg, heigh: 175cm, sex: male.
What does does a low T4 index (T7) indicate?
My Free T4 is .9ng/dL and my T3 uptake is 32%
My calculations give me a T4 index of .33, internet search
What's the normal range for /tsh am fasting/ for 17 year old male who weights 60kg in the units miu/l /specific numbers please/?
Normal is: Generally approx. .4 to 4.5, but it varies by lab. At your age, an "appropriate" range would be about 0.4 to 1.5. The upper range of normal is usually found in older individuals who are on their way to developing under active thyroids later in life. If you have questions, check w/your doctor. ...Read more
I am 165 cm tall and 61 kg, i am practise body building,what is fit quantity of whey protein for me per day? Nutrition specialist to answer IS NEEDED.
Well U require 50gms: of protein/day for every day life. Then supplements R really driven by how hard U work out, & 4 how long & how many days a week. U should work out every other day with cardio on the other as Ur muscles need time 2 recover & build increase in size & strength. A 2 hour work out, U could supplement 40-60gms/day, on cardio days, minimal 2 non if Ur diet is adequate. ...Read more
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