Answer: The average teenage girl needs to consume a minimum of 1,600 calories a day. For a healthy teenage girl, your body fat percentage would be 21%-30%. Anything below is dangerously unhealthy and anything above is overweight.
Answer: Your kidneys play a very big role in this. Your intestines also suck-up fluid to lube the passage for the breakdown of food. If you have too much fluid in the intestines= loose stool. If you have to little= hard stools.
Answer: It all depends how many liquids you consumed, and how full your bladder is, not to mention how large your bladder is. But the average exertion for an adult with a full bladder is around 10 tablespoons. Sometimes more, sometimes less, depends on the person.
Answer: No. Your body can dilate blood vessels so more blood reaches an area, or constrict or shunt it away from an area when more blood is not needed. It all depends on what the body requires for any given situations; your surroundings always change, so your body must always react to adapt to that change. For example, when you eat your body concentrates more blood to your disgestive system in order to process and absorb the incoming nutrients. In a stressful or dangerous situation, your body secretes the hormone adrenaline (the "fight or flight" hormone) and one of its effects is that less blood is concentrated to your digestive system.
Answer: Total cholesterol includes the good, or HDL, High Density LipoProtein, and the bad, LDL, Low Density Lipoprotein. A few things affect the total number. Saturated Fat, fat found in animal products (and coconut and palm oils), and cholesterol, only found in animal products, affect the total cholesterol.
Answer: If this is a true-false question, the answer is false. Part of the reason women have a higher BAC per pound after ingesting the same amount of alcohol as men is that they have a lower percent water per pound of body weight.
Answer: <a class="h2heading h2" style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0);" name="ex·er·tion[ig-zur-shuhn]">ex·er·tion[ig-zur-shuhn]</a>-noun1.vigorous action or effort: physical and mental exertion.2.an effort: a great exertion to help others.3.exercise, as of power or faculties.EXPAND4.an instance of this.
Answer: Drink more water and exercize! Please follow the advice given by your physician because you need a certain amout of salt, pottassium, and calcium in order for your heart to function properly. But if you just are on the high side of normal, watch your diet and work up a sweat every now and then.
Answer: Genetics, the amount of exercise you get, the amount of animal fat in your diet. To much cholesterol leads to heart disease, athersclerosis. To little = increased odds of hemorrhagic stroke, difficulty conceiving, interference with the action of serotonin in the brain