How many pounds of sugar does an average person consume in a year?
Estimates are that each man, woman and child in the United States consumes over 100 pounds of sugar per year, or a little less than 2 pounds per week.
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If a person drinks an average of 1.86 L every day since 1987 how many gallons has the person consumed in the past 17 years?
Answer . Not including leap years, if a person consumed an average of 1.86 L every day for 17 years, they would have consumed 11256.72 gallons.
an average ten year old should weigh about 90-100 pounds Answer 70- 80 lbs. Most Canadian 11 year olds way 60-70 pounds. ( at least I do)
Answer . About 1.5 pounds each year, so the average person will lose around 105 pounds of skin by age 70.
Switzerland leads in chocolate consumption at more than 22 pounds per person followed by Austria at 20 pounds and Ireland at 19.5 pounds. America estimated at 11 pounds per person. while I jessica newkirk eats around 25 to 27 pounds a year. :)
This is an international website. The answer to your question probably varies a great deal depending on the country of the cheese-eater (Romania vs. Tahiti, for example). Just sayin'.
Well it all depends on the time period that you are asking about. The USDA reports that Americans consume a whopping 150-170 pounds of sugar. That number includes glucose, sucrose and fructose. And get this! Less than one hundred years ago, people only took in about 4lbs per year. I think it's had s…uch an increase because we have more accessibility to processed foods and simple carbs like soda, doughnuts, cakes etc. (MORE)
I consume roughly 76-84 gallons of milk a year, but I think Im at the high end of the spectrum. I drink about 2 gallons a week by myself
The average American consumes 136 pounds of sugar every year. Ofthat, 65 pounds is refined sugar and 68 pounds is corn derivedsugar, such as high fructose corn syrup.
The average 12 oz soda contains about the equivalent 10 tsps of sugar (technically speaking most sodas are made with corn syrup, which is essentially the same). Assuming you drink one soda a day, 365 days a year, you would consume 3650 tsps or approximately 32 lbs of sugar (113.4 tsps/lb) just in te…rms of soda. The sodas that are sold today usually come in 20 oz sizes (the ones typically sold in vending machines -- these state that they have 2.5 servings which is total BS. Everyone I know drinks those as one serving. I used to drink at least one of these per day, perhaps more). But assuming I drank a 20 oz bottle per day (or 2.5 servings), the math would work out to about 54 lbs of sugar per year, just in soda. Sugar is everywhere in food: most obviously in cakes, cookies, and candy, but also in bread, sauces and condiments, salty snacks, jellies and jams, batters, etc. I would estimate that the average american consumes about 100 - 120 lbs of sugar annually. Looking at the 5 lb. bag of sugar on my kitchen counter and envisioning what 100 lbs of sugar would look like, its disgusting to think that we expect our bodies to process this and not become obese and/or get diabetes. ***EDIT - I don't want to delete the above because it's informative....but according to the FDA the average American consumes between 140-200 pounds of sugar yearly....that equates to about 1/2 pound of sugar daily. (MORE)
1,800 for Girls 2,200 for Boys this is only a rough average, everyone is different.
\nAbout 1.6 pounds/ year based on a diet followed by the USDA at 2000mg of salt (sodium) per day.\n. \nWe actually probably eat more because most Americans eat more than the USDA rec. amount. (The recommendation a few years back was 2500mg)
The number of vegetables the average person eats in a year varies from person to person. On average people eat between 375 to 415 pounds of vegetables each year.
Not enough information. Male? Female? Height. Weight. Want to stay the same weight? Want to gain? Lose pounds? If you multiply your weight by 10 it will tell you how many calories you need to maintain that weight. But if you are into strenuous work, sports or exercise you need to multiply by 20. Rew…rite your question and I'm sure someone will give you more information. (MORE)
The average person will travel less than 600 miles per year. Thisis because most people do not have to fly.
The average American consumed about 24 pounds of candy in 2002. Themajority of that was consumed by children around Halloween.
an American consumes 690 million pounds at thanksgiving. not sure if that is still right.
The answer probably varies significantly depending on the culture/region. Average consumption in the United States is approximately 67 pounds per person per year.. [Davis, C.G. & Lin, Biing-Hwan (2005). Factors Affecting U.S. Beef Consumption. (Electronic Outlook Report from the Economic Research S…ervice LP-M-135-02). Retreived on August 6, 2009 from http://www.ers.usda.gov/publications/ldp/oct05/ldpm13502/] (MORE)
about 15 lb thank you yep 15 lb is the average turkey a personconsumes a year thank you
2,500 lbs. ****** Using the Recommended Daily Intake(RDI) and the Daily Value(DV) of foods for people 4 years or older eating 2,000 calories per day, as recommended by the United States Food & Drug Administration(FDA), as our reference point, we can determine that each human would need to ing…est the following on a daily basis in order to remain healthy, etc: Fat: 65 g Saturated Fatty Acids: 20 g Cholesterol: 300 mg Sodium: 2, 300 mg Potassium: 4, 700 mg Carbohydrate: 300 g Fiber: 25 g Protein: 50 g Timesing this by 365, for the days of the year, we get: Fat: 23,725 g Saturated Fatty Acids: 7, 300 g Cholesterol: 109, 500 mg Sodium: 839, 500 mg Potassium: 1, 715, 500 mg Carbohydrate: 109, 500 g Fiber: 9, 125 g Protein: 18, 250 g Or, converting to kilograms(and then to pounds), we get: Fat: 23.73 kg; 52.2 lbs Saturated Fatty Acids: 7.3 kg; 16.1 lbs Cholesterol: 0.11 kg; 0.2 lbs Sodium: 0.84 kg; 1.8 lbs Potassium: 1.72 kg; 3.8 lbs Carbohydrate: 109.5 kg; 240.9 lbs Fiber: 9.13 kg; 20.1 lbs Protein: 18.25 kg; 40.2 lbs For a grand total of: 170.58 kg or 376.06 lbs This is how much food is *recommended* on a yearly basis for a person to stay healthy...however, actual consumption among individuals will vary wildly both ways, from under to over-consumption, and also without considering food wastage, etc. Barring any quotable numbers on the matter(which I couldn't find in total, only a breakdown of how many eggs, etc), can we reasonably say an average of between 300 to 1000 lbs of food per year ? The first answer's claim of 2500 seems a bit high...more than 6 times the recommended amount? PS: I tried using Canada's Food Guide as well but because it uses millilitres as well as grams(ie: volume instead of weight), it was harder to work with and I abandoned it. (MORE)
it is estimated tha the average amercian eats 100 burgers a year. which is an average of course
A man between the ages of 19 and 30 with a sedentary lifestyle needs 2,400 calories; a more active male requires 200 more. Females between the ages of 19 and 30 with a sedentary lifestyle require 2,000 calories per day; a more active lifestyle requires 200 more as well.
6,000 according to The Independent . 7,000 according to The Daily Mail . So, probably neither, and both are made up.
There is no average weight for a 12 year old. Everyone is different and that's what makes them beautiful. I am physically active, I eat healthy, I am 4'10" and weigh 100 pounds.
The suggested amount of fat would be about 65 grams per day for a 2000 calorie per day diet or 80 grams of fat per day for a 2500 calorie per day diet.
i think that it depends on a person's diet, excercise habits. and it also depends on your metabolism. really bottom line, IT DEPENDS ON THE PERSON!
for girls that are 4.11 and heathy about 115 pounds, 11 year old boys I dont know
Weight has nothing to do with water consumption. Drinking more or less water will not affect weight loss or weight gain. Everyone should try to consume 6-8 cups (48 -64) of fluid daily. The fluid can be water, coffee, tea, juice, milk or the water in soup, stew, fruit and veggies. In other words,… it doesn't have to be water. (MORE)
you can use the really accurate formula from Harris-Benedict: 1)first of all find your BMR(basal metabolic rate)..in other words the amount of calories you'd spend staying all day in bed.. men :BMR = 66 + [13.7 x weight(kg)] + [5 x height(cm)] - [6.8 x age(years)] ->WOMEN :BMR = 655 + [9.6 x… weight(kg)] + [1.8 x height(cm)] - [4.7 x age(years)] where, weight in kgs = weight in lbs / 2.2 height in cm = height in inches / 0.394 2)find your daily caloric needs for maintenaning your weight depending on haw active you are.. daily calories intake for maintenance = BMR x activity level where activity level, a)sedentary,little or no excercise = 1.2 b)light excercise,sports 1-2 times per week = 1.375 c) moderate excercise, sports 3-5 times per week = 1.55 d) hard excercise, sports 6-7 times per week = 1.725 e) very hard excercise, double daily excercise = 1.9 you can decrease/increase you daily calories intake for maintenance, whether you want to lose/gain weight....try about 500 kcals... (MORE)
In which country? Anyway, an average is meaningless - I eat hardly any chicken, some of my friends eat lots.
The average American will eat about 10 pounds of carrots in a givenyear. Some individuals will eat more than this and others will eatless.
That depends on the person. In my case, the answer would be none, since I am a vegetarian.
I personally do not drink soda but the facts show that the average person drinks 2-3 sodas a day.
It depends on where you live. By far the most chocolate consumed - on average - is by the Swiss where the average person eats about 24 lbs of chocolate a year. Behind then is the US, where the average person eats about 11 lbs of chocolate a year.
Well, the average 12 year old's weight vary, first ask yourself these questions: Am I active? Do I snack too much? Am I tall? (compared to friends) o k a y lets see if you're active then check your muscles are they strong or weak? If they are strong, your weight might be more in muscles th…an in fat. Do you snack to much? Eating fast food and diet sodas really add up on the scale. That could lead to obesity so start eating fruits other than snacks. Only eat when you're really hungry not just when you feel like it! Are you tall? well if you've already hit puberty you should be taller than 5' and when you get taller it adds weight, and you should measure yourself once a month.( being tall is awesome!) So, If your active and tall and you've hit puberty, you should be around 130 lb but sometimes its WAY more and sometimes its a little less. But remember if you're active and healthy don't worry about your weight! (MORE)
There is no set answer for this. The amount of food each individual anorexic consumes is widely different. Some choose very low calorie diets while other choose long periods of fasting.
The average person spends approximately 33% of their life asleep. So if a person lived to be 90 years old, then they would have been asleep for 30 years. So the number of years depends on how old you are. A 9 year old would have slept for 3 years.
I do believe the average amount of peanuts a year eats in a person is about 700 lbs.
An average American receives about 41 pounds of mail in 1 year. I had this on my news game and thought this could be the only logical answer.
consumption of 132 grams per day is mean 48312 grams in one year 3.70 Pounds Per Day is mean 1.354,20 Pounds per one year
all of it you horse now stop trying to get people to eat your meat it stinks!
2.5 US tons = 5,000 pounds It has nothing to do with people or beef.
From 1994 to 2005 the average per capital consumption of pickles in the U.S. was approximately 3.5 to 5.25 pounds per person, per year. In the year 2005 consumption was approximately 4.25 pounds per person.
there is no average u.k person because there are so many different people here. Everyone is different so there is no definate answe to your question
A newsletter from the Wolfe Clinic sets a person's total intake at 60,000 to 100,000 pounds. One example: "An elephant weighs about 10,000 pounds. In your lifetime, you will eat the equivalent weight of 6 elephants." We're not sure that pachyderms are the most appetizing example to illustrate food… consumption, but it makes for an interesting visual. So what else weighs 60,000 pounds? . 60,000 paperback copies of Stephen King's "The Stand" . 17,455 iPods (80GB model) . 20,000 bags of Halloween candy . 15,000 Paris Hilton pets (Chihuahuas) . 9.4 Hummer H2s . (MORE)
Some Americans don't eat any, others eat a lot. Maybe you are asking what is the average.
Each year, each human digests at least a pound of bugs, because when people cook, a bug or two fall in and die, but the cook doesn't really notice.
In America the average person gets a promotion once every two years. With the economy at an all time low and the unemployment rate at an all time high, the odds on someone receiving a promotion may very well be extended past the average two years.
Consumer Reports Magazine is bought by over 4.3 million people each year around the world , around 2.8 million of those people subscribed to the magazine.
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About 1.5 kilo. However, you actually need ZERO table salt, sinceour diet today already contains so much added salt. There's salt incereals, bread, condiments, processed meats, canned food, andalmost everything else.