Healthy Recommended Weight for Women
Written by Sky Taylor, Diet Bites
Ideal Weight & Women
If you are a female looking for a perfect, ideal or recommended weight - we'd like to point you into the area of 'healthy' weight.
The data charts below are based on an average low end acceptable healthy weight averaged with the high-end range.
More Muscle Mass, Larger Body Frame Equals a Naturally Heavier Healthy Body Weight
We have two columns for each category. When an individual - whether male or female, has more muscle mass they will normally weigh a bit heavier - and at times, a lot heavier. They are still at an acceptable healthy weight as muscle weighs heavier than fat, as well as requires more energy (calories) to support.
The data chart is not set in stone - and factually speaking, you should never consider any online weight chart as set in stone; always trust your doctor's advice as he attended many years of professional schooling and medical training and is your best go-to source for all health issues.
Use online tools for setting goals and patterns only.
As to the data chart below - let's say that Nancy is five feet, three inches in height. If she were to weigh 120 pounds - give or take three to five pounds upwards or downwards, then she is more likely than not within her healthy range of weight.
This is based on an inactive Nancy - and by that, we mean that she goes to her desk job as well as performs routine duties around the house, such as doing the laundry, preparing meals and so forth. Is she wants to be considered at an active state, then the health recommendations are set at walking (or doing comparable activity) 10,000 to 12,499 steps per day.
Average Healthy Body Weight for Men
If you are on a weight loss plan, you can use the above data chart in setting your healthy weight - and once you get close to the goal number, you can adjust to be the weight that you feel best at - which is, your ideal healthy weight.
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