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1 AVERAGE WEIGHT FOR MEN IN 1960 166 POUNDS AVERAGE WEIGHT FOR MEN IN 2002 191 POUNDS AVERAGE WEIGHT FOR WOMEN IN 1960 140 POUNDS AVERAGE WEIGHT FOR WOMEN IN 2002 164 POUNDS
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2 DR. ROBERT ATKINS 1930-2003
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4 “Those desiring to lose weight should perform hard work before food. They should take their meals after exertion and while still panting from fatigue. They should, moreover, eat only once a day and take no baths and sleep on a hard bed and walk naked as long as possible.” OBESITY IS A RISK FACTOR FOR HEART DISEASE STROKE HYPERTENSION CANCER DIABETES INDEPENDENT RISK FACTOR FOR STROKE BMI=WEIGHT IN KG/HEIGHT IN M 2
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5 A CALORIE IS THE AMOUNT OF ENERGY NEEDED TO RAISE THE TEMPERATURE OF 1 GRAM OF WATER BY ONE DEGREE CELSIUS 1 FOOD CALORIE = 1000 “SMALL” CALORIES CALORIMETER ORANGE JUICE (1 CUP) 108 CAL FUDGE (1 SQUARE) 155 CAL DYNAMITE (1 GRAM) 155 CAL METABOLISM THE ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY BIOCHEMICAL PROCESSES
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6 BASAL METABOLIC RATE ACTIVITY CAL/MINUTE WALKING 2.8 BICYCLING 3.2
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2009 for the course CHEM 150 taught by Professor Shwartz during the Winter '08 term at McGill.

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