Saturday, 7 April 2012

body calculator =)

The recommended daily water intake for you keeping in mind your activity level and weight is 83 ounces per day. To give you an idea of how many ounces there are in a glass of water, there are 8 ounces in a cup (a measuring cup) and there are 16 ounces in a pint (pint of beer). So the recommended daily water intake for you is 10 cups or 5 pints of water per day.

Your BMI is : 22.19
See which range of BMI you fall in and what it means:

Underweight = <18.5 
Normal weight = 18.5-24.9 
Overweight = 25-29.9 
Obesity = BMI of 30 or greater 

If the BMI Calculator indicates that you could be overweight, you should visit your doctor and get an expert opinion. It is likely that the doctor could advise you to undergo a weight loss program so as to bring your BMI within an acceptable range. As mentioned earlier the BMI sacle is a very useful measure in ascertaining your risk factors for heart disease, therefore the BMI reading should be taken seriously and preventive and well as corrective action should be taken to bring your BMI reading back to optimal levels. 

During your weight loss program, you can use the BMI Calculator at regular invervals and plot a BMI chart depicting your own BMI over the period of the program to track your progress. As your weight drops, you will immediately begin to get health benefits (even with a weight loss of as less as 10%).

The BMI Calculator and associated index is also refered to as BMI Index Calculator, BMI Index, BMI Scale, Body Mass Index Calculator and BMI chart. BMI for men and BMI for women are calculated using the same BMI calculation.

Now that you know exactly how many calories your require to maintain your body weight, you can plan out a weight loss or weight gain program to reduce or increase your calorie intake from the current levels. Please keep in mind that you should always consult a doctor before embarking on any kind of weight management program.
Your daily calorie requirement to maintain your current weight is 2101 calories. This calorie calculator is based upon the Harris Benedict Formula.


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