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Recommended Daily Allowance Of Carbohydrates For Men
How many carbs is the recommended daily allowance for a woman? I am 4'10" if that matters. Books do not seem to agree.
KINDS of carbs: Most resources suggest between 45% - 65% of foods to be carbohydrates, but that doesn't mean all bread! You need to be smart about the type of carbs you eat also. Vegetables and fruits are carbohydrates, and if your blood sugar is "a little bit on higher side" you need to emphasize veggies and complex (not simple like sugar) carbohydrates. Here's a helpful calculator: http://tinyurl. Com/9q4pf8u. ...Read more
Does multivitamins taken daily within Recommended Daily Allowance has any side effects? I want to start taking a to z multivitamins and within RDA.
If you follow the recommendations there rarely are side effects. The most common are stomach issues - burps, abd pain, sometimes diarrhea. If you have a sensitive stomach look for a vitamin that says enteric coated. Try to eat a balanced diet and drink lots of water as vitamins are best when from natural resources.
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Men vs women: For men, about 4000 units a day. For women, about 2400 units a day. If you are pregnant, talk to your doctor, as high levels of vitamin a can cause birth defects. You also have to watch anti-aging creams, as they contain high levels of vitamin a. A balanced diet and a good multivitamin usually solves the problem. In pregnancy, take prenatal vitamins, as they usually have the correct vit a. ...Read more
Likely yes: There have been studies showing that for specific diseases, such as heart disease, taking vitamins didn't show a benefit. But these studies have been criticized. According to the Linus Pauling Institute (Named after the Nobel Prize winner) there IS evidence of significant deficiency of various minerals and Vitamins in many people. Daily Vitamin/mineral recommended SEE http://bit. Ly/1L6Q8JR ...Read more
What would you recommend in your own patients food program (such as the government's recommended daily allowance)?
Depends on age:
Recommended dietary allowances (rdas) for zinc 
age male female pregnancy lactation
0–6 months 2 mg* 2 mg*
7–12 months 3 mg 3 mg
1–3 years 3 mg 3 mg
4–8 years 5 mg 5 mg
9–13 years 8 mg 8 mg
14–18 years 11 mg 9 mg 12 mg 13 mg
19+ years 11 mg 8 mg 11 mg 12 mg
* adequate intake (ai). ...Read more
Unnecessary: The food for man was already here when we arrived on earth. Carbohydrates are in simple form as in so much man made food. Complex carbohydrates occur in fresh fruit and vegetables and you do not have to consider the allowance. Eat fewer calories and maintain fitness. ...Read more
What is the recommended daily dietary intake of protein, fats and carbohydrates in grams for an adult?
Look it in two ways:
250 grams of carbohydrates.
60 grams of protein per day.
65 fat grams per day.
You have to keep in mind the body wieght those numbers could be high or low.
Fat is 20 to 35 percent of daily calories
protein is 10 to 35 percent of daily calories
carbohydrates is 45 to 65 percent of your daily calorie intake. ...Read more
Why do bodybuilders have days for carb loading? Is this recommended or should the same amount of carbohydrates be taken in daily?
See dietician: Carb loading before an endurance event (like a marathon) is common and generally thought to be helpful. Carb. Loading for a weight lifter who is competing is controversial. I would check w/ a registered dietician / nutritionist. .. ...Read more
The answer depends on :
are you asking me or some "expert" panel
how much your child weighs
is your child of normal weight? Overweight?
My recommendation -for each pound of body weight approximately 0.6 grams of carbs per day. Less if overwieght, more if underweight.
How much do the "experts" recommend? Probably way too much. ...Read more
Doctors, what are the recomended daily amounts of fat, carbs and protein for a healthy 20 year old?
Use the Myplate:
Here is a great website that describes dietary guidelines via ChooseMyPlate. Gov
https://www. Choosemyplate. Gov/dietary-guidelines ...Read more
I am 490 pounds and I am going to go on a low carb diet. How low should I start my carbs on my diet & what's my daily recommended intake for fat loss?
At that weight I would recommend you consult a bariatric physician and good nutritionist. The information you will get on line is going to be varied, confusing and not personal. You need personal, direct and specific counsel.
I applaud your decision and wish you the best! Keep at it! ...Read more
What is the recommended amount of calories, carbs, and protein for a daily intake? Trying to loose weight.
This is a life long issue. Learn about your diets calories. Start if you have not all ready a weekly fun exercise routine.
There is no magic here. Lots of fokes selling whatever. Study your diet first, adjust it according to what you find doable.
Physics: you have to burn more calories than you consume... To lose wt. ...Read more
Quite possibly: You need to insure that you burn more calories than you eat. ...Read more
Yes: If all other factors remain the same. Good luck! ...Read more
The natural ones: In general, the content of the carbohydrates that you may want to avoid (simple/refined sugars) is lower in natural snacks (fruits, grains, etc.); and the carbohydrates present in those are much healthier than, for example, candy bars, chocolates, etc. ...Read more
I want to know if I will lose weigh by cutting carbohydrates from my diet and exercising 20 minutes daily?
Possibly: If calories burned remain higher than calories consumed. ...Read more
I'm trying to lose weight (about 30 pounds). What is considered the ideal amount of carbohydrates for me to consume daily?
Your choice: Only for breakfast like waffles, pancakes, bread, rice and others you like.! 200 calories per breakfast. ...Read more
Protein, good fats,: And carbs are called "macronutrients." Eat all three but stay lowest on carbs. Avoid bad fats in junk food, anything w/corn syrup. Good fats are olive oil and coconut oil. Avoid sugar. See doc for suggested diet. Spectracell labs in TX can test all your nutrients. Peace and good health. Carbs work together w/protein and fat and then the micronutirens like vitamins and minerals. ...Read more
How many grams of carbohydrate per day are recommended to prevent ketosis in healthy individuals?
What is the daily average amount of carbohydrates a non-diabetic person needs to maintain good health?
Good question: That's a great question and unfortunately we don't have an answer for you. The ADA used to recommend 45g of carbs per meal at minimum however they don't have any recommendation at this time as there is no literature to support a recommendation. I typically recommend either 20g/meal, 30g/meal or 40g/meal. Less than 50g/day is ketogenic (atkins) and I wouldn't recommend that as a permanent diet. ...Read more
45-65%: Your carbs should be about 45-65% of your total calories every day. Choose good carbs like fruits, veggies, nuts and beans, and whole grains. Happy eating! ...Read more
Can you tell me what number of carbohydrates should a man have every day if he has type 2 diabetes?
What is the minimum and maximum daily amount of carbohydrates needed to be consumed in a low-carb diet?
40-60grams: But this depends on your physical activity! ...Read more
If I reduce carbohydrates from my daily diet to a minimum, this will help me reduce my belly? What's the best method to reduce belly fat?
Losing Fat: To really lose fat you need more than just low carb diet. You need low calorie diet, with the majority of the calories being proteins. And, you need to burn fat and not protein with the exercise you do. This is usually a cardiovascular exercise where the heart rate does not go above 130 BPM for at the very least twenty minutes per session. ...Read more
Depends on physical.: Depends on physical activity. 40-60 grams is recommended, but heavy exercise can lift this to 80-100g/day! ...Read more