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How To Reduce Your Bmi From 39 8 To 19
Excessive: This is a large weight loss in a short amount of time! It sounds dangerous! Low steady weight loss sustained by lifestyle change is a better strategy. You can lose one to two pounds a week safely. Slow and steady wins the race! ...Read more
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
I weigh 105 kgs and my height is 5.8. According to BMI my weight should be maximum 70. Tell me natural ways to reduce? And my diet is also controlled.
Cut All Sugar/CHO: Everyone's diet controlled, by them; but this does not mean good health long term. Sat. Fat promoted as unhealthy, ancel keys 1953, despite contradicting evidence. Keys cherry picked the data, fraudulent, & did not look at other factors. Study:"how the government makes you fat", "stossel debunking food myths", nusi. Org. "lustig fatchance", etc. Weigh daily, document, experiment & see what works. ...Read more
Caution: Exercise and a permanent change to a balanced diet are the safest and most assured way to lose weight and keep it off. Short term changes only lead to temporary weight loss. A firm committment to permanent lifestyle change is always best. Consider working with a personal trainer and/or dietician to help you. Good luck. ...Read more
I am around 88 kgs and my height is 5' 10" as per my BMI my weight should be around 75 so please tell d best way to reduce my weight?
See Dr., and then...: Helpful weight loss diets have natural foods that take time to chew but contain few calories. Examples include carrots, celery, and iceberg lettuce (little/no salad dressing). When shopping for fruits, buy small ones no bigger than a tennis ball, because fruits have sugar. Drinks without calories include water and green tea. A calorie is a calorie, but surely avoid sugar & simple starch calories. ...Read more
I am 5ft 4in and weigh around 9st 4, so I'm told this is average for my weight/height ratio. But my BMI is above average, how do I reduce it?
35 M with normal chol aug 2015. Eat 6-7 servings if fruits everyday after that. Is this bad? Should I reduce? If so how much is fine. BMI 22.3 no diab
No: The fruit is good for you as long as you don't develop diarrhea from it. ...Read more
My weight is 66kg now. I want to reduce it to 60 kgs over a period of one year from now. Can I do that even my BMI is average? What is the best method
Slow and consistent: Losing 6 kg (~13 lb) over a one year period of time is reasonable. That is only a decrease of about 3500 calories a month or a little over a 100 calories a day. Start by reducing or eliminating any high calorie drinks such as soda, juice or alcohol. Start a consistent walking program, minimize fast food, concentrate on whole foods: lean meat, veggies and fruit. Have a cheat meal every now and then. ...Read more
I want to reduce 10kgs. Please advice me a diet chart. I have quit chocolates, alcohol and run 5 days a week. As per my BMI I am 5kgs over weight.
Weight loss: Your start is admirable essentially you need to decrease total caloric intake watch items rich in fat and not filling ice cream soda cheese etc watch portion size try to get away from table less then full if uncomfortable drink diet soda or milk to fill if needed keep diet log donot eat on run reward once a week. ...Read more
Is L-carnitine supplement beneficial in cases of NASH to reduce elevated alt? What is the proper dose for 24 y BMI 19.5 weight of 59 and height 174cm
Yes, 1000 mg 2x/day:
L-carnitine is proven to help non-alcoholic steatohepatitis including lowering alt. The research study that showed this used 1000 mg 2x/day which would be a reasonable dose for you. See http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/20068559
i also advise a low-glycemic diet rich in vegetables & fruits & low in sugars & grains- see http://diet. Lovetoknow. Com/wiki/diet_for_fatty_liver &/or dr. Fuhrman's diet. ...Read more
My BMI is 18 but I still have slight belly fat. Are there any exercises to reduce the fat without reducing my BMI so that it is too low.
One program that: Exercises your abdominal muscles. You lose fat by losing weight (3500 calories to the pound) but it is difficult to tell your body when to pull the fat from. Abdominal exercise can improve the muscles in your abdomen below the fat, and improve your physique. If you are overweight, you often are Insulin resistant, and the weight is stored in your abdomen. Overall weight loss will help. ...Read more
My BMI is 18 however I still do have slight fatness on my stomach, are there any tips to reduce the fat without risking my health and reducing my bmi?
BMI: The best you can do is continue doing aerobic exercise for 40 minutes 3 to 5 times a week, wieght resistance three times a week and maintain a plant based diet similiar to the mediterranean diet. Do core work with the advisement of an exercise physiologist as they are experts in obtaining healty weight and improving your physique. Best wishes. ...Read more
I have a lean body...I am 28 years old man. My BMI is 22.45. But my tummy is lilltle bulging...I don't think its fat. ..How to reduce my tummy?
Tummy bulge: Is the bulge loose when u tighten abdominal muscles? Abdominal crunches, core strengthening exercises, walking briskly, water aerobics combined with healthful diet (lean proteins, good fats, low-fat dairy, low glycemic carbs—fruits/veggies/whole grains) should help flatten the abdomen. ...Read more
Hi I am 29 yrs & 5"2" having pcos having 22.5 BMI I have already reduced 6 kgs. Do I need to reduce more to ovulate & conceive?
22.5: Absolutely not! I'm sure you are good looking as you are! ...Read more
Eat fewer calories: Helpful weight loss diets have natural foods that take time to chew but contain few calories. Examples include carrots, celery, and leafy lettuce (little or no salad dressing). When shopping for fruits, buy small ones no bigger than a tennis ball because fruits have sugar. Drinks without calories include water and green tea. A calorie is a calorie, but surely avoid sugar or simple starch calories. ...Read more
Have PCOS, BMI = 20. What can I do to balance hormone levels and reduce symptoms? Is there something dietary I could do?
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
Stability is key: Certainly this is below 18.5, which is the low end of normal. However, if you have always been thin, then this is really nothing to worry about. If there are signs of eating disorders, these in themselves have significant health consequences and need to be addressed. ...Read more
My BMI went up from 19 to 23 in 6 month (gained a lot of weight). What should be my main concerns, it that dangerous?
Keep track: Your weight is still "normal" per bmi criteria. You need to start keeping track of what you are doing. Are you consuming more calories than you are expending? Was you recently inactive for some reasons? Was u started on a new meditations? If nothing new had changed, then see your doctor for an evaluation. Good luck. ...Read more
Had a low BMI of 15.8, & been trying to gain weight by exercising but the weight does not improve. Any good suggestions?
Healthy weight: A "healthy weight" varies from person to person. Some people are naturally thin, with low lean body mass. Are your periods normal (usually a good sign of overall health). Although a bmi of 15.8 sounds low for a 18 yo woman, it may be normal for you. See your doctor to get checked out for any condition that may be limiting your weight. ...Read more
Hello my age is 19.my BMI is 17.9. What are the benefits of workout in gym for me? Your assistance will be helpfull for me
Eat protein: Your BMI indicates you are underweight. However, this may be ok for your genetics ("normal" BMI is lower for people of Asian or Indian ethnicity than European or African background). Still, your goal is obviously to grow bigger, stronger muscles, not to drop weight. I advise you to be sure you are getting in 80 grams of complete protein daily and at least 14 grams within 1 hr of lifting weight. ...Read more
My BMI is 19.7 (normal healthy), but I still want to gain weight...i tried hard, but not increased much. What to do. Plz suggest?
WEIGHT GAIN: You want to gain more weight? All you have to do is eat more nutritious food high in calories like cakes, ice cream, meat products, etc. ...Read more
10 years ago aged 40 I weighed 65kg and BMI 19 Even though I am now living a healthier lifestyle I am now 85kg and BMI 27 What gives?
Hello my age is 19 and my BMI is 17.9.i joined gym and I workout for 30 min a day so which diet is best for me before and after workout?
ANy: I'm not a nutritionist, but it sounds like you can eat just about anything. You are 19! Eat smart: stay away from processed foods. Maintain good hydradtion. ...Read more
BMI 15.3: Please see your doctor to make sure that there is no clinical condition causing this. If that is the case have your doctor refer you to a dietitian. ...Read more
Diet and exercise: Are key components as well as screening for other medical conditions. ...Read more
My daughter is 17 and she has a BMI of 14.8. She weighs only 92lbs and she is 5' 6". What should I do?
Many reasons: There are many reason that a 17 year old can be thin: this and tall can be genetic, especially one or both parents are like that or have a history of delayed catching up. Many genetic and metabolic disorders are negative psychological issues need to be evaluated. Start with consult with her pcp ...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
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?
Can you tell me in my late 20's. my BMI is 16.8. I'm rather short and weigh just 90 pounds. The scale says 92-ish rightt know what to do. Will I die?
Breaking news: Hi. Yes, you will die...EVERYONE will die. One of the definitions of life is the phenomenon of death. Therefore, live life to the fullest each & every day, leave the world a better place than you found it, and love along the way. But, yes, you will die. ...Read more
Bmi is 19 and I'm currently 117 pounds, 5.5' tall. Just conceived and I want to know how much weight I should gain per week? Will discuss with dr soon
Do I need or can I get the sleeve im 5'0 I weigh 185.8 pounds my BMI is 36 so I was wondering if I could get the sleeve and would my insurance pay it what do you recommend that I do?
You: You should see your family doctor to evaluate your overall medical conditions. Body weight is not the entire means to determine a need for weight loss surgery. Sometimes diabetic conditions, severe arthritis, or heart problems can indicate a benefit from bariatric surgery. The individual types of surgery such as sleeve gastrectomy depend on what your doctor and your surgeon determine may or may not be indicated for your individual and specific conditions. I cannot speak for your insurance company, as many companies have many different and varied policies on what is or is not covered. Your family doctor may be able to help you find out what is covered by your insurance company. ...Read more