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How To Turn A Major Blunder At Work Into A Career Advancement Opportunity by Tayo Solagbade
... Some BackgroundDuring my training I had been particularly uncomfortable with the use by the older brewers of calculators in computing weighted averages for as many as nine(9) beer parameters for each bottling tank to be blended. It was not uncommon to see a duty brewer punching furiously at a calculator while the operator waited for him to finish and pronounce the quantities of beer and other additives to be used for filling the next bottling tank.

Using Calories For Weight Loss by Gary Matthews
... The average calorie maintenance level for women in the United States is approx 2000 per day and the average for men is approx 2500 per day. These are only basic averages and are usually much higher for athletes or active individuals. A quick and easy method to find out how many calories you require per day for weight loss and maintenance is to calculate a calorie value with a multiplier as set out below. Fat loss = multiply your bodyweight in pounds with 12 calories (12 x lb).

What is Your Healthy Body Weight by Kim Beardsmore
... The accepted definitions of weight categories by BMI are: Underweight - BMI less than 18.5 Healthy weight - BMI between 18.5 and 24.9 Overweight - BMI equal to or greater than 25 and up to 29.9 Obese - BMI equal to or greater than 30 These BMI values only apply to adults aged 18 years and over and are based on studies of Caucasian populations. Therefore, they are not applicable to children and adolescents and they may not be appropriate for people of other cultural backgrounds.

Body Mass Index (BMI) Can't Measure Your Overall Health by Ian Mason
... Despite his BMI, his cholesterol levels are healthy, his blood pressure that of an average 25 year old, and his activity level - well, it’s obviously pretty good. While we’re not all like David, there are two take-home lessons from his story:1) BMI may not be a good indicator of your health and fitness. 2) A given BMI number suggests that you might be at risk for certain diseases, but it doesn’t guarantee it. A high BMI does not mean that you have diabetes, cancer, or high blood pressure, ...

Barriers to Healthy Diets -- Removing them is not as hard as you think by Michael Smith, MD
... The closer to a balanced energy state, the better the chance for avoiding weight regain and maintaining your ideal weight for a longer period of time. Do not cut back, slow down, or stop exercising. If adjustments need to be made, it's better to make dietary changes than to make changes to your exercise plan. A healthy diet is simple to follow. Eat fewer calories, exercise, and make dietary adjustments as needed. No pills, supplements, acupuncture, magnets, or magic minerals are needed.

The 3-A-Day Dairy Diet – Another Diet Fad Flop by Alisa Fleming
... However, the high dairy group averaged a 1.5 kg weight gain and a .5kg fat mass gain. The control (low dairy) group faired the best with only a .8 kg weight gain, and they actually lost .5 kg of fat mass. Dairy Consumption: The Effects on Diabetes, Obesity, and Heart Disease in WomenThe British Women's Heart and Health Study examined 4,286 British women ranging in age from 60 to 79 for links to the Metabolic Syndrome. The Metabolic Syndrome was defined as those women who had Type 2 Diabetes ...

Google Page Rank Explained by Michael Lawrence
... There is no actual page rank transfer, only a weighted "vote" is passed to the outgoing links. Links on webpages with a high page rank and little or no other outgoing links on them but yours will provide the best opportunities to improve your page rank (if that is your goal and it shouldn't be, link for traffic not pr). Make sure to work on your site content and design before approaching other webmasters for links. The bottom line is you need to have a site worth linking to in order to ...

How To Do Calorie Counting The Right Way by Jed Baguio
... In this chart, I would like to see over a period of time the average calories I take per day compared with the average calories that I burn per day. This can determine the intake calories lower than the burned calories and I will lose weight or vice versa I will gain weight. Correlate that with your weight or BMI (Body Mass Index) over time and having the tool that helps regulate my food consumption versus my daily activities. I can fine tune my meal plans and daily activities if I add my ...

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