Weight chart according to height

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2095187 tn?1333095034 5 years, if you look at the chart, you are still considered average height for a girl. So I would not worry, you are healthy according to the chart. If you are 13, then you are still growing, and will be taller than the average girl by the time you're 18 years old.
Avatar n tn Technically, I'm only partially overweight, according to the BMI chart. Anyway, I've had friends your height who weighed 90 pounds, and they get sick very easily, and when they get sick, it's bad. Your body will start to shut down because it cannot support itself. The average weight for your height is at least 110. At the very least. Remember that you are wonderfully made, and that you are beautiful! 90 pounds is sick, not healthy, and healthy is beautiful.
Avatar n tn I have taken her to the Dr to be measure to make use she is on line with growth and weight. According to her chart which they hold the trend is that she is has gone taller but her weigth is about the same. I am more worried for her later on .She does have a eats the same as my 10year old who is not skinny but just right. I need any advice please.
1530342 tn?1405020090 I'm 2lbs overweight according to the womens weight chart. I guess trying for a baby isn't gonna make that go down.
1153085 tn?1341305493 None of us here are doctors -- we are just ordinary people on a weight loss journey, trying to support and help each other......... Here's just a single line for your height from a height/weight chart that might help. Height Small Frame Medium Frame Large Frame 5'7" 123-136 133-147 143-163 According to my calculations you should weigh 132 pounds (1 kg = 2.2 pounds; 60 kgs X 2.
Avatar f tn ( just my opinion btw) they told me i was over weight according to my height etc..mind u, i had a flat stomach, nice "***" big breast etc ( i am from d island) but according to their bmi chart i was over weight.
Avatar f tn According to standard height/weight charts you aren't overweight. Your weight not only depends on your height, but also your frame size. Some with a large frame (large bones) should weigh more than someone who is very small/fine boned.
10389360 tn?1410827568 You can't use a BMI chart while you are pregnant because you naturally are going to gain weight while pregnant, so it is not your "true" weight. If you want to get a more accurate BMI result, use your pre-pregnancy weight, although BMI is a terrible way to measure normalcy - obesity since everyone is built different.
6918915 tn?1395936471 By the way you dont sound over weight to me. Its not un heard of to gain up to 60lbs in a pregnancy. With myself I have the opposite problem. I loose a lot of weight when im pregnant. Its scarry.
Avatar f tn Brandy, according to this chart, he is well below even the 1% mark, indicating he is "off the chart" low. http://www.keepkidshealthy.com/growthcharts/boysbirth.html Has he always been low weight? How is his height compared to the chart? That was something our pediatrician always looked for - a consistent pattern.
1168369 tn?1263219300 For his age his weight and height are below ‘normal’, however, he was born premature and still needs to 'catch' up. As a guideline for a 15-24 month old child should eat the following: Dairy 4 feedings a day – Milk (4oz), cheese (½ oz), yogurt (½ cup), or cottage cheese (¼ cup). Starch 4 feedings a day – Cereal (¼ cup), pasta (¼ cup), rice (¼ cup), bread (½ slice), or crackers (2).
Avatar n tn someone posted above about wanting to lose weight fast. i wrote in about a 3 day diet. seems to be working. i lost about 5 pounds and so far its staying off. i feel so much better. not as bloated. thanks for your post.
1626068 tn?1303760162 18.5 = weight / (1.67)^2 weight = 18.5 * 2.7889 Weight (minimum) = 51.6 kg 24.9 = weight / (1.67)^2 weight = 24.9 * 2.7889 Weight (maximum) = 69.44 kg So the healthy weight range for someone with 1.67 m is between 51.6 to 69.44 kg. I hope this helps.
Avatar f tn I also joined My Fitness Pal online and had my calories adjusted to 1280 a day, according to my height, weight, and losing a pound a week. In the last month, I have gained another two pounds. I am beside myself with grief. I never consume all of the calories gained through exercise. I was going to allow myself one cheat day a week, but have only taken two, the entire month, because I was not losing. I am the heaviest I've been in five years, and I am counting every calorie.
Avatar n tn would it be so bad if I discontinued eating potatoes/pasta/bread on a regular basis (I wouldnt cut it out completey, just limit to maybe a day or two per week). I dont want to call this a diet for I am not looking to lose weight, I just want to slow down my gain. Any thoughts would be appreciated! Thank you!
Avatar m tn You should consult a dietician and access your calorie needs according to your body structure, height, waist etc. May be you are not consuming enough calories. The dietician can help you prepare a diet chart and give your food and portion options. Then you need to consult a trainer to find out what exercises you can do to tone up your body. Building up some muscle mass in the right places also adds to the looks. This you need to slowly build up into your routine.
1473300 tn?1397592129 Your height and weight put you in the same weight gain category as me and by 20 weeks they want us to gain between 20-30 pounds. According to the book, we should gain 40-56 pounds by 38 weeks. The reason they give for gaining more weight early on is that with twins as they grow your stomach has less room for food so they want you to store up some fat at the beginning. This is why I will definitely get my doctor's opinion before following this advise.
Avatar f tn You should consult a dietician and access your calorie needs according to your body structure, height, waist etc. The dietician can help you prepare a diet chart and give your food and portion options. Then you need to consult a trainer to find out what exercises you can do to burn more calories than your requirement. This you need to slowly build up into your routine. Also, you need to find out whether you have anemia or electrolyte imbalance (this can cause weight gain by water retention).
Avatar f tn My unhappieness and insecurity about the weight had led me to wanting to change my lifestyle... and loose about 30 lbs. I am going into my 7th full week of going to the gym in the morning before work. I do between 20-37 minutes of cardio (depending on what time I make it to the gym) on the eliptical or treadmill. I go at least 4 times a week, sometimes 5. Twice a week I do some light weight training.
Avatar f tn granted my son is very healthy according to drs. thankfully I want to be healthu too after my dr. called me fat yesterday he told me he isnt concerned....so then why the f u c k would you mention it ... like way to state the obvious. I weigh myself at least once a week and since ive changed my ways ive lost 4 pounds. is that ok? I eat enough I never go hungry I just do healthier and leaner. the dr. told me I shouldn't be worried about losing weight right now, but is it bad that I'm doing it?
Avatar n tn I put those words in italics because I personally believe that height/weight charts are laughable and it's no way to actually judge whether or not a person is at a healthy weight. I can guarantee that I will never weight 135 LBs. I certainly do need to lose some weight because I am carrying some unhealthy weight but I am one of those people who will never be thin or "height/weight proportionate".
Avatar n tn I haven't had any migranes, I'm not dreadfully tired and as an added bonus, it is already helping me to lose weight. I have struggled with weight all of my life, so knowing that this can help is wonderful. I eat smart and exercise, but before, I slept all the time. Now I don't eat as much and I have more energy. It is great hope for anyone with epilepsy, migranes, maia, but I don't think it should be prescribed for people as a weight loss pill.
167 tn?1374177417 I've gained 4 pounds so far at 29 weeks and according to the average fetal growth chart I found (at http://parenting.ivillage.com/pregnancy/psecondtri/0,,b0lt88zj,00.html) 2.75pounds of that is baby. Having said that I lost about 13-15pounds early on with morning sickness and overactive thyroid. So from my low point that is a 17-19pound weight gain. So right around what everyone else has had.
4377655 tn?1354250309 You should consult a dietician and access your calorie needs according to your body structure, height, waist etc. May be you are not consuming enough calories. The dietician can help you prepare a diet chart and give your food and portion options. Then you need to consult a trainer to find out what exercises you can do to tone up your body. Building up some muscle mass in the right places also adds to the looks. This you need to slowly build up into your routine.
Avatar n tn Although I am not a person living with diabetes, I can relate to the frustration when you do not know what to do when your weight is not where you would like to to be.
Avatar n tn My Daughter was in the 75th percentile weight wise for a while, but when I compared her lenght it was in the 75th percentile too. is his height relative to his weight? If your baby is short too...you don't want to put any more weight on him..he will be just fine..that is just his build! :D Good luck!
17239077 tn?1454878724 Blood volume increases between 12 and 20 percent after three to six cardio sessions, according to the authors of the book “Exercise Physiology, Energy, Nutrition & Human Performance.” The size and the number of mitochondria or energy-producing organelles in your skeletal muscle cells increase, adding to your lean muscle weight-gain. Aerobic exercise generates an increase in the capillaries surrounding each muscle cell, especially those muscles highly engaged in your activity.
Avatar f tn You should consult a dietician and access your calorie needs according to your body structure, height, waist etc. The dietician can help you prepare a diet chart and give your food and portion options. Then you need to consult a trainer to find out what exercises you can do to burn more calories than your requirement. This you need to slowly build up into your routine. Also, you need to find out whether you have anemia or electrolyte imbalance (this can cause weight gain by water retention).
964096 tn?1299510936 Please calculate your BMI and it relates with your height, weight and age. Go to a dietician to chalk out a good balanced diet chart for yourself. When the input and output of energy balances you do not lose weight. But before that you should remember that if your are in normal range of BMI do not worry that much and continue the good work you are doing. Do not stress your body and if you, other problems will arise. Take care!