# Calculate your ideal weight kg

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5 or so mg per kg of body weight. Generally, I think you want to be over 15. Divide your weight in lbs by 2.2 to get kg. 165/2.2 = 75kg 75kg X 15.5 = 1,162.5 mg or supposing you were taking 800 mg for 165 lbs: 165/2.2 = 75kg 800kg/75kg = 10.6 (quite a bit outside of our 13.3 - 15.
Hi there and thanks so much for posting this question! Yes I can hear your frustration as you know it is a combination between healthy nutrition and physical exercise the most effective approach. Now lets talk first about exercise: Are you exercising too hard? You have to remember that when you exercise too hard you may be burning muscle and not fat so although you are burning calories you may replenish them after staying with high levels of fat.
I'd recommend that you start a food diary -- med help has a great one -- that will calculate how many calories you need/day to maintain your current weight, based on your current height/weight/exercise level. Then you will have to create a calorie deficit - by either eating less or exercising more (it's usually easier to do both) in order to lose weight. It's generally accepted that it's safe to lose 1-2 pounds/week.
You have to first calculate your basal metabolic rate depending on your lifestyle. There are many BMR calculators available on line. While they are not 100% accurate, they give you a rough idea regarding the number of calories required to maintain your basal metabolic functions. Eating more calories than this can cause weight gain. If you want to lose weight then you need to consume lesser calories than required for the basal metabolic functions.
((IDEAL body weight in kg x 30)+70) x RER = kcal needed per DAY RER = resting energy requirement. 1.8 for an active adult dog 1.4 for maintenance 1.2 for something else. 0.8 for WEIGHT LOSS 1.0 is what I use for pets almost at ideal weight or at ideal weight that have a tendancy to gain weight. Now you can see why every manufacturer over estimates pet food quantities to feed. 1. they want to sell pet food, but 2.
But you will ultimately lose with persistence and hard work! The whole concept is very simple you have to burn your calories (by converting your extra weight to calories or energy output) and balance your input in a healthy way. The input should be sufficient and healthy and should consist of vitamins, minerals, high fiber carbohydrate and protein and for this sit with a dietician and plan and there is no reason to restrict forcefully to 1500 calories.
Also, hit the parts of your body that have the excess weight. For example if it was your stomach, hit the rowing machine and do alot of crunches (not situps). If it is your waist, do alot of side crunches. Backside got the weight, you want to hit your Glutes so alot of uphill bike riding and squats. I hope all goes well for you, but as I said, if you have had any previous medical conditions consult a doctor before doing anything I have advised. God Bless.
The resting metabolic rate calculator is an ideal tool to help plan your calorie levels in order to lose weight. .Calculate your RMR Metric (kg) Imperial (lbs) Weight in KG/Lbs: Height: cm/feet Inches Age in years: Gender: Female / Male Here is the link for calculating your RMR: http://www.restingmetabolicrate.net/ Armed with this info, I sincerely hope that I have helped not only me but others here who want to lose weight and keep it OFF for good.
Think about your body weight: your weight numbers will look very different whether it is recorded as pounds or kilograms since 1 kg = 2.2 lbs. A discussion of this subject and the formula for changing plus cylinder to minus cylinders or vice versa is available at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eyeglass_prescription 8. Correction of astigmatism at the time of cataract surgery is desirable. There are different ways to accomplish this; some are simple while others complex.
Hi there and thanks so much for posting this question! Yes I can hear your frustration as you know it is a combination between healthy nutrition and physical exercise the most effective approach. Now lets talk first about exercise: Are you exercising too hard? You have to remember that when you exercise too hard you may be burning muscle and not fat so although you are burning calories you may replenish them after staying with high levels of fat.
What is your BMI ( or I can calculate your BMI if you post your height). Not eating enough, to meet your minimum nutritional requirements, puts you at a great risk for serious health complications,so my best advice I can offer you is to seek a Holistic Nutritionist, to help you with this. Nonetheless, if you reply with answers to my questions and more details about yourself, I will be more than happy to give you some ideas. Best wishes.
Maintain your ideal body weight. One way to judge your ideal body weight is via body mass index (BMI). Your BMI represents the percentage of your total body weight that’s due to fat. It should be under 25. Many health clubs have simple handheld devices that provide a BMI reading. These also can be purchased at drug stores. your total cholesterol count unless you already had a weight problem was probably in the 120s. That’s the range that’s typical in populations without heart disease.
The strong Hgb drop suggests he's definitely not under dosed at 1000 but you didn't mention weight. Calculate mg/kg/day under the reduced dose; you want this around 13.2. If it's much less than that it might be worth bringing the following (documenting effects of rbv dose reduction) to the Drs. attention and arguing for epo instead of a reduction http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19552664 and http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.
here is my stats which prove I am insulin resistant this was not even questioned by my GI but I went and had the tests anyway I would have not had this test if not for my continuing contact with people on this site and now I am going to discuss it with my GI HOW TO CALCULATE HOMA IR Your fasting blood sugar is 103 GLUCOSE. That means you're pre-diabetic. A fatsing blood sugar higher than 100 lowers your chances of treatment success. Your insulin is 12 and your fasting blood sugar is 103.
I don't know your ht/wt but weight-based riba also helps. Lots of folks here can calculate that for you if you provide your height/weight. More is not always better. These drugs are hard on your body. I'm also a 3a. Had a high viral load (16.5 million) and moderate steatosis. Don't yet know the final verdict but I was clear at 5 weeks post TX (had EVR at 4 weeks, was on a fairly high dose of Riba just because I happen to be small and got the standard dose).
It seems like he weight is coming off on its own now. I don't crave anything. I'm hoping to reach my goal by January. I'm not worried about the holidays because I have been turned off all food and I don't think it will be difficult to continue following what the naturopath has told me to do. By the way...eat a lot of yogourt..it really facilitates weight loss. I eat about 500g of yogourt per day and drink 2-3 glasses of milk per day.
As previously reported, IDEAL compared 180 mcg/week pegylated interferon afa-2a (Pegasys) plus 1000-1200 mg/day weight-adjusted ribavirin versus 1.0 or 1.5 mcg/kg/week pegylated interferon alfa-2b (PegIntron) plus 800-1400 mg/day ribavirin in more than 3000 previously untreated genotype 1 chronic hepatitis C patients at 118 U.S. sites.
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How did you get your anxiety under control? I've been on Prozac a few different times in the last 4 years, it doesn't help. I only take 20 mg, do you think I could possibily need to up my dosage? Maybe I need a "shrink".
I read that this is the best there is and still the pts appeared to be fine in terms of sides / toxicity. So don't let your doctor scare your with double-combo. It really should be a worthwhile discussion.
I shall be here with you and supporting you all through your BFP's. Some good news from my end, I ovulated in this cycle from Clomid....Last cycle was a bust but this cycle seems hopeful. Keep me in your prayers. All the best and thank you for your support girls.
One thing my Retinologist did say though, was that the more you focus on something in your eye, the more your brain sees it. I think he was suggesting that your brain learns to kind of fill in the blanks and make up for the errors, but if you constantly look for the errors and find them, then your brain sees them more clearly. Of course he did end with "The brain is a powerful thing," which to me smacked of "You're imagining it.
i have been reading your posts and although i havent been able to offer any advice, throughout all of your posts you sounded so very excited at the possibly be pregnant. if i am not mistaken, you thought you were for quite some time. now you have your period. how do you feel about it? are you okay? you seem very calm after all of the excitement.
Congratulations! Wishing you all the very best with your pregnancy. Its always nice to hear success stories.
It's early just wait and see...make your special someone take you to the movies and nice dinner to help keep your mind off of it. Sendind SSBD your way!!!