How much protein should a 65 year old person consume daily?
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1,800 for Girls 2,200 for Boys this is only a rough average, everyone is different.
About 1,600 calories.
I dont know what the actual reccomended amount is, however i can tell you that whenever i feel under the whether, or i know im under pressure and dont seem to be getting enoug…h sleep - i take 2000 mg a day and it works like a charm!
The amount of protein someone should digest is there body weight in pounds for bodybuilders however the recommended intake for a man is 45 grams of protein daily Around 65 gra…ms a day for most people consuming 2000 calories. Athletes and weight lifters need much more, around 1.6-1.7 g/kg body weight (a 150 pound weightlifter would need around 110 grams of protein per day). Many athletes believe they need more than that, but the evidence that protein beyond 1.7 g/kg body weight does anything beneficial is scant. It probably won't hurt, but it probably won't help either.
11-13 year old's should times their current weight by 0.455 Ex: An 11 year old that weighs 85 lbs should eat 38.6 oz. of protein
On average, a 12- yr- old boy should eat/ consume about 2,000 calories every day. But if you want to raise the limit, try to keep it no bigger than 2,300 cpd.
First you would need to determine how many calories you eat in a day. To maintain good health, you should consume approximately 20% of your daily caloric intake as protein. Ea…ch gram of protein contains 4 calories.. If you consume 2000 calories per day, 400 should be from protein, which would equate to 100 grams - lean - protein each day. If you are like me and lift weights, you may want to try to up that amount to build lean muscle and reduce body fat.. Hope this helps.
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You should consume 0.8 grams of protein per one body kilogram.
The protein requirements of 15 year old girl can be aptly filled through the ingestion of a piece of meat anywhere from 6-10 inches long, with a cross-sectional radius of 5-6 …inches. Dark meat is usually larger, with a higher protein content upon fluid dispersion.
About 45grams a day
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Recommendations vary I've heard - at least 0.5 grams per lb body weight or no less than 10-15% of your total caloric intake. 30% is recommended for best testosterone levels. F…ats are 9calories per gram, protein and carbs are 4 calories. So get your 30% (or whatever you choose) from fats, get 0.8-1g/lb bodyweight of protein and the rest from carbs So far as sources of fat go, try to get it from a range of sources - good ones are nuts, fish oil, eggs, meats. Cholesterol is said to be beneficial for testosterone levels as well and the link between eating cholesterol and high cholesterol has been questioned (but do your own research and reach your own conclusions). The only "bad" fats are trans fats. Basically anything you fry, or any fats you see in prepackaged foods (chips, etc) are advised against. From personal experience I DO NOT recommend an extremely low fat diet - it will only hurt your goals (weight loss OR gain) http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=532
Given the current year of 2010, if someone had already celebrated their birthday today, they would have been born in 2010 - 65 = 1945. If they had not yet celebrated their bir…thday, they would have been born in 1944.
at least 2 everyday.
A cancer patient diet should be adjusted to provide protein in the range of 0.65 to 0.8gm/pound of body weight (or 1.43 to 1.76 gm/kg body weight).