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You find the individual BMI by a maths calculation using the height and weight of the person, its calculated by multiplying the weight in pounds by 703 then dividing the answer by the height in inches, The total number you get is BMI of the body, the, I also found out what the number mean for example if the BMI is less than 18.5 the body is under weight and if the BMI is 30+ the body is obese. Formula = Weight in Pounds / (Height in inches x Height in inches) x 703. A unit equal to the kilocalorie, used to express the heat output of an organism, and the fuel energy value of food. Mostly calorie intake can depend of 4 factors,1 your age, every age group needs different energy levels, for example teenagers and children need more energy than the elderly. secondly your lifestyle which depends on how active you are, if you take part in a lot of physical activity you’ll be needing more energy to move around therefore it can depend on physical activity, thirdly your size, height and weight can affect how you use your energy in physical activity and daily life. Lastly gender can play a big part in calorie intake as males and females have different bodies which produce hormones like thyroid that can change how the body deals with energy. Average male =2500

Average female =2000
12 and under =1500

I asked friends and family what they like for exercise and activities, I got a vary of answers between all ages, ages from 6-12 mostly like to be free and play around the playground and park, running around and jumping, they also like games for example dodge ball and football,13-18 are more active but have not a lot of time due to studies so they like going Gym and stretching which helps relaxation, football and basketball,19-29 are very in to relaxing so they prefer Yoga and long walks also jogging the morning,30-40 like more home activities like planting and home cleaning also yoga and walks,50+ swimming for therapy and stretching muscles also small walks, its differs a...
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