Body Mass Index Chart Misleading by Jim O'Connor
... Suppose you have never exercised a day in your life and your body fat is 30%, but you weight less than the fit person with an 8% level of body fat. The BMI chart might suggest your weight is right where it should be, and you are at very little risk for health challenges. This is where the BMI Chart is misleading. Recent studies have even shown a weak and inconsistent correlation between a high BMI and disease or early mortality. How then can we get an accurate assessment of our link between ...
Eating Basics of Gaining Weight by Ken Bendor
... If you eat too much, you'll gain a lot of body fat and if you don't eat enough you won't gain any weight and might even lose some. Start by using the Daily Calorie Needs Calculator. Based on your age, body and activity level, you'll get an estimate of how many calories you burn per day. To gain 1 pound per week you need to have a surplus of 500 calories per day. For 2 pounds a week, you'll need a surplus of 1000 calories per day. Note that not all this weight will be muscle.
What Does A Free Weight Loss Program Have To Offer by Douglas Taylor
... Body Fat Calculator. This is a great tool when looking to set up a weight loss program as this tool will help to determine just how much body fat you have and just how much of it you will need to lose. Again there is no need to pay a fee to use this handy tool. 3. A good free weight loss program on the net will offer to provide you with details relating to the types of foods that you can eat as well as providing you with healthy recipes. They will often have a database that has been set up ...
Set Off Instant Weight Loss With Phentermine by Earnshaw Peters
... A plethora of instruments like the BMI calculator, body fat calculator, calorie calculator and many others are available in the market which you can use to measure your weight loss progress with Phentermine. You even donít need to step out of your home. Each and every bit of information on Phentermine, weight loss and obesity is a click away from you. You can surf the internet and get hold of whatever information you are looking for relating to the drug.
How to Burn Fat by Jeff Baker
... When trying to lose weight there are many factors involved in how your metabolism turns your body-fat into heat and energy. Ultimately, however, it turns out that this is a process that is easy to promote. Your body wants to burn fat. It is an efficient source of energy and humans are designed to burn our fat reserves most of the time. In fact, if you a breathing normally, you are mostly burning fat. When you begin to breathe heavily during exercise, it is a sign that your body has upped ...
Weight Loss for Beginners by David Mcevoy
... By putting in your height, age, sex, current weight, and activity level, you can find out how many calories your body is likely to need each day just to maintain your current weight. For example, I put in the following information: Height - 6ft, current weight - 182 lbs (13st 3lbs), Age - 32, Sex - Male, Activity Level - very active. The number of calories per day that my body needs to maintain my current weight is 3224. But you want to lose weight, so you need to consume 500 calories less ...
10 Steps for Weight Loss by Russell Davies
... 1) Calculate how many calories you body needs to consume to maintain your existing weight. This is called you maintenance calories.(Search google with "calorie needs" and you will find a few different calculators to help you with this) 2) Initially deduct 10%(to a maximum of 500Kcal)off the total maintenance calories. Drastically reducing your calories will result in muscle and water loss - not fat loss. 3)Divide you calories over 5 or 6 meals rather then 2 or 3.
How To Determine Your Ideal Body Weight by Chris Stout
... Use the body mass index (BMI) to calculate your ideal healthy body weight. The BMI calculator is a method used to determine whether you are currently underweight, overweight or obese. This test works for all age groups, genders and body types. Here's how it works. Take your weight in pounds and divide by your height in inches squared. Weight in pounds / (Height in inches) x (Height in inches) Multiply this figure by 703 to calculate BMI Here's the scale to measure your results: -BMI ...