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The HealthLife calculators provide you a quick assessment on your general health and should only be used for a general overview. Before taking any action using these calculators, consult your physician.
Weight Management
Body Mass Index For Adults
Body Mass Index (BMI) is a numeric value calculated from your weight in relationship to your height. Your BMI is a good indicator of healthy or unhealthy weights for adult men and women. BMI’s of 25 or higher indicate people who are more likely to develop heart disease and the possibility of strokes, even if they don’t have any other health risk factors.
Body Mass Index For Children
The Body Mass Index (BMI) results will indicate if you are in the normal range based on your height and weight. Health professionals recommend that your BMI should be between 19.5 and 24.9. You may be an athlete with a low body fat percentage and your BMI may be in the 27 to 29 range.
Weight Maintenance
The Weight Maintenance calculator provides an estimate of how many calories you would need to consume daily in order to maintain your existing weight and also what level of intake would be required for moderate and extreme fat loss. As your activity level increases, your calorie intake level should also increase; this makes the activity level you choose critical for an accurate result.
Ideal Body Weight
The Ideal Body Weight calculator considers height, body frame size and gender. The healthy weight range is based on a healthy body mass (BMI). Individuals with weights above the healthy weight range may be at higher risk for developing health problems. Always consult your physician for more information regarding your health risks and your healthy body weight. The healthy body weight calculator accounts for pregnancy, nursing, the endurance of strenuous activity (athlete or body builder), children under 18 years of age or people under 5 feet or over 7 feet tall.
Lean Body Mass
Lean Body Mass (LBM) is an estimate that considers height, weight, and gender coupled with waist, neck, and hip sizes to find out how much you weigh without body fat. The LBM is basically the weight of your bones, organs, and muscles. This is a critical number to know when trying to lose or gain weight. Your LBM can help you make an accurate gauge of how your training is working since you will be able to determine how much muscle you need to gain in order to lose fat.
Lose One Pound
The Lose One Pound calculator shows you a variety of activities such as exercises and sports and the time period you must perform that specific activity in order to lose one pound. You can now see how long it takes to lose a pound by considering a variety of ways that suit your personal lifestyle.
Calories Burned
The Calories Burned Calculator estimates the number of calories that you will burn performing a specific list of activities, exercises or sports per time period you designate. You can now quickly determine the effects of your physical activities with ease.
Waist to Hip
Waist to Hip Ratio (WHR) has shown to correlate strongly with general health and fertility. Women within the 0.7 range and men within the 0.9 range have been shown to be more healthy. Women within the 0.7 range are less susceptible to major disease such as ovarian cancers, cardiovascular disorders and diabetes and have higher levels of estrogen. Men with WHR in the 0.9 range have been shown to be less prone to testicular and prostate cancer.
Women's Health
Ovulation refers to the time when a mature egg is released from the ovary, pushed down the fallopian tube and is then available to be fertilized. The calculator input information is used to determine the date of your next period, the time of high fertility and the end of ovulation. However, be aware that ovulation can be affected by stress, illness, or change of normal routines.
Pregnancy Due Date
The Pregnancy Due Date calculator determines the approximate date your baby will be born and the date conception occurred. Please note that 40 weeks is an average term of pregnancy; this time frame comes from the assumption that a woman ovulates and then conceives two weeks after the first day of her last menstrual period. This two week time span in addition to the average carry term of 38 weeks gives a total of 40 weeks. A normal pregnancy can last anywhere between 38 and 42 weeks.
General Health
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
The Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is the number of calories your body needs daily to perform basic functions. Almost 75% of the calories eaten each day are used for this purpose. This calculator is to give an accurate BMI from information such as height, weight, age, and gender. Knowing what your BMR is will help you to maintain your weight by being able to estimate how many calories you will burn each day while performing basic body functions.
Vitamins and Minerals
The Vitamin and Mineral intake calculator is determined based on your age and calorie intake and specifies what vitamins and minerals you need daily. By knowing the amount of macronutrients and vitamins you need daily, you can now identify which nutrients you’re getting from the foods you eat and what specific supplements you can take daily in order to consume the rest of the necessary vitamins and minerals.
Water Requirement
The Water Requirement provides you with the required daily water intake based on your weight. Proper water intake is vital since the body requires a fresh supply of water every day. Water helps regulate and maintain your body temperature and transports nutrients and oxygen to your body. Water also is instrumental in removing waste products and also moistens your mouth, eyes, skin, joints, hair, and digestive system.
Risk Management
Target Heart Rate
Since exercise speeds up your heart rate in order to meet your increased energy levels, the Target Heart Rate (THR) calculator is beneficial so that you can determine a safe range for your heart rate during activity. The goal is to maximize your exercise benefits while not overworking your heart. This THR is the optimal rate for burning fat and increasing your cardiovascular endurance. This is not one rate, but is instead a range of heart rates that are ideal for your age.
Heart Attack 10yrs
The Ten Year Heart Attack Risk is used to estimate your risk of having a heart attack over the next ten years. This is calculated by adding up your points for age, total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, gender, smoking habits and diabetic information. Your percentage of having a heart attack will be calculated and shown in the results graph below.
Blood Alcohol
The Blood Alcohol Level Calculator determines an estimated percentage of alcohol in your bloodstream. There are many factors that affect the outcome of this result such as: your frame size, gender, physical conduction, what you eat, how much sleep you have had and if you are taking any medications.
Child Height Prediction
The child height prediction calculator is a method to calculate a child’s height by considering the factors that are instrumental in determining an accurate estimate. These factors include the child’s gender, age, height, and weight coupled with the child’s mother’s height and the father’s height. The objective of this calculator program is to give an accurate height prediction of the child using data from the child in addition to that of the parents.
Cost of Smoking
Not only has it been determined that smoking negatively affects your health, but it also has been shown to impact your pocket in the same negative way. By inputting your data on your smoking habits with the price of a pack of cigarettes, this calculator gives you the monthly and yearly amounts spent on cigarettes.
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