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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Personal Protein Requirements

Thursday, September 23, 2010
Every body need protein. Because protein is needed for every bodily function. According to the recommended dietary allowance of protein for a variety of age categories, every body need protein in several amounts:

infant :
up to 5 month = 13 grams
5 month - 1 year = 14 grams

children:
1 - 3 years = 16 grams
4 - 6 years = 24 grams
7 - 10 years = 28 grams

males :
11 - 14 years = 45 grams
15 -18 years = 59 grams
19 - 24 years = 58 grams
25 + = 63 grams

females :
11 - 14 years = 46 grams
15 -18 years = 44 grams
19 - 24 years = 46 grams
25 + = 50 grams
pregnant = 60 gram
lactating 1st 6 months = 65 gram
lactating second 6 months= 62 gram

1 comments:

Jennifer is Always Sick said...

Some people require more protein than others, beyond these recommended daily amounts. In fact, sometimes the ratio of protein to carbs makes a difference in some people as well.

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