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What is the Average number of words spoken by adults per day?
16,000 for both men and women. See below. Are Women Really More Talkative Than Men? Matthias R. Mehl,1* Simine Vazire,2 Nairán Ramírez-Esparza,3 Richard B. Slatcher,3 James W. Pennebaker3 Women are generally assumed to be more talkative than men. Data were analyzed from 396 participants who wore a voice recorder that sampled ambient sounds for several days. Participants' daily word use was extrapolated from the number of recorded words. Women and men both spoke about 16,000 words per day.
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On an average, the heart of an adult beats about 72 times a minute and that of a child beats between 90 and 120 times a minute. Hence, in a day (that is, 1, 440 minutes), on a…n average, the adult heart beats 103, 680 times and a child's hearts beats between 129, 600 and 172, 800 times.
40 grams is the MAXIMUM amount recommended for non-diabetic people and no added sugar, such as granulated sugar, is necessary, since it adds no nutrition to the body. If you'r…e diabetic or borderline diabetic, please see the note at the bottom. 40 grams of sugar refers mainly to added sugar, which is anything that is put into foods rather that which is naturally occurring such as in fruit. By this logic, for instance, ALL sugar in soda would be considered "added," since the beverage itself is constructed rather than harvested. More input from WikiAnswers contributors: Actually, this is a bit of a complicated question. Carbohydrates can take the form of sugar once digested, and a certain amount of sugar, as the answer above indicates, occurs naturally in food. However, the following bit from healthatoz.com, I found helpful: In petitioning for labeling changes regarding sugar, CSPI (Center for Science in the Public Interest), joined by dozens of leading health experts, also wants the FDA to set a maximum recommended daily intake (Daily Value) for added sugars of 10 teaspoons (40 grams) and require labels to disclose the percentage of the Daily Value a food provides. There are many naturally occurring sugars such as sucrose which is a combination of glucose and fructose (or fruit sugar), lactose (from milk), maltose and galactose. You don't want too many of the simple sugar glucose, but you can have a few more of the complex ones. If you digest too many simple sugars, your body gets swamped and the excess that is not used by your body gets stored as fat. Also useful to know is that sugars also enters your cells using the same pathway as Vitamin C - so, too much sugar and your body does not absorb Vitamin C as well. Too much sugar also interrupts your immune system. However, you can eat or drink natural sugars in moderation - say up to 100 grams a day (like orange juice which contains quite a lot of fructose). From a health standpoint, specifically adding simple table sugar is a favorable alternative to adding a potentially hazardous substance such as high fructose corn syrup. This isn't to say sugar itself lacks dietary benefits. Sugar, in its original state, is a naturally produced substance rich in vitamins and minerals. And if refined properly, retains these qualities (so long as it remains in the form of table sugar.) In addition, a regular intake of table sugar is important in regulating insulin productivity. There are also positive metabolic effects. Sugar is added to FDA-approved energy products for a reason--it's a safe stimulant that augments energy in a confined period of time and promotes a heart-healthy agenda. Thus, it is somewhat difficult to say exactly how much sugar per day any one person may require. For someone with a regular metabolism, that doesn't devote time to exercise, a 100g maximum should not be crossed (and in many cases not be approached.) However, athletes may consume 150% of this without seeing notable side-effects. It is important that I reiterate that in either case this threshold should not be approached. Sugar in very high doses is dangerous; if you're concerned for your health it is best to stay at a far more shallow intake than the maximum dosage recommends. Recommended amount of any food per day is always subjective to the following: a. Age b. Health conditions c. Physical activity (calorie expenditure per day) d. General food habits (based on locality of individual, he may be consuming more of one food and may be immune to bad effects of it) e. Others There are many other minor factors which may determine the amount of sugars that a person needs. So based on the law of individualism, each individual is unique and their needs are different based on various factors. Processed sugar is not necessary at all in anyone's daily diet. It should be avoided. Our body gets enough carbohydrates from ordinary foods and converts raw carbs to sugars as needed. Grains, fruits, and other carbs provide enough(sometimes too much) sugars as is. Dried fruits such as raisins are especially full of sugars. To add even more processed sugar is harmful. As a dentist, I see daily the harm done by hard candy, chocolate, soda, cough drops (98% sugar), sweetened tea, coffee (with either sugar and sometimes powdered cream substitute (contains high % sugar), pastries, pies, cakes, cookies. None of these foods are necessary and should be avoided unless it is a rare special occasion. Hope I have been of some help to you. Consult a dietitian if you disagree with anything that I have said. **NOTE FOR DIABETICS The answer is different for each individual. A much more useful answer that may save lives is: Everyone is different. If you are diabetic and worried about harming your body with sugar intake (as you should be), then it is small comfort if your intake is fine for average people but tends to cause high blood sugar for you in particular. Rather than researching grams of sugar and asking people (or even doctors) if that's harmful, you should buy a glucometer (blood glucose meter) at any drugstore, learn to use it, and find out what foods you can eat (on your current medicine and diet) that will keep your blood sugar in the safe ranges according to the link below "How to keep your blood sugar under control". Fasting blood sugar under 100 mg/dl (5.5 mmol/L)One hour after meals under 140 mg/dl (7.8 mmol/L)Two hours after meals under 120 mg/dl (6.6 mmol/L) After you have determined how much milk or sugar or carbohydrate you can eat and stay within these boundaries, then and only then are absolute grams of carbohydrate or sugar a useful thing to know.
Answer The average number of working days per month is 22.
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The average number of days per month is exactly 29.6041667 days :D EDIT, I can't imagine how the above number was calculated. Show your work! The actual answer, …with the math behind it is: 365.25/12 = 30.4375 If you don't want to account for leap years: 365/12 = 30.416666667 EDIT, But another thing you didn't account for was that every 100 years there is no leap year and every 400 years there is so, really there is about 365.242357 days in a year so, 365.242357/12 = 30.4368631
it depends on a number of aspects: gender, age, height and weight. but to answer your question for the average adult (2000 diet) recommends... 45-75 grams 20-30% of diet 400-7…00 kcals hope that helps, I am taking a nutrition class and got this information from my book Understanding Nutrition by Ellie Whitney and Sharon Randy Rolfes
around 5000000g per day.
Europe is full of languages ranging from a national level (example, English) to a regional level (example, Basque). On a native tongue level, the most spoken languages are Rus…sian, German, French, English, and Italian. On a learners' level, the most learned languages are English, French, German, Russian, and Italian. The average European citizen (especially in the EU) speaks two languages.
Depends how you measure sunny days and the location in Colorado (i.e. Fort Collins gets much more sun then say, Vail). Usually, Front Range cities (which contain most of… Colo's population.. Colorado Spgs, Denver, Aurora, Boulder, Fort Collins) advertise that they get around 300 sunny days per year. As a Colorado resident, I can say that there're many more sunshine days here than you'd find in northeastern US cities (e.g. Boston, Detroit, NY) and it's much drier (Denver, for instance, gets about as much rain as LA, or about 1/4 of NY).
21.67 days per month. There are 52 weeks in the year with 5 working days each = 260 days, and when divided by 12 months = 21.67 days. Weekday holidays are also included. I… would say this to be more a accurate calculation: Would it not be correct to say on average there are 365.25 days a year (365 normally 366 every 4th year). With 7 days in a week there would be 52 weeks and 1.25 days. That extra 1.25 days is why the day of the week slips one calender day ahead every year, except on leap years which slips two days ahead after the leap day. 52 weeks would be 260 weekdays (52 x 5) but then we are left with that pesky 1.25 days which is not always a weekday or weekend. 5 out of 7 days are weekdays so you would multiple 1.25 by 5 and divide that answer by 7 (1.25 x 5 / 7 â 0.9). Adding this to the already determined 260 days will give us the average number of weekdays a year. So the average number of weekdays a year would be approximately 260.9. Over 28 years this number works out as whole number (7305 weekdays) which makes sense since it would take 7 leap years (which happen every 4 years) to complete a cycle of a leap years starting on different days of the week. With just over 52 weeks a year the calender should have had 13 four week months, but since 13 was such an "evil' number 12 months was chosen instead. They created a entire hodge-podge of month lengths; 7 months of 31 days (4 weeks 3 days), 4 months of 30 days (4 weeks 2 days) and February with 28 days (exactly 4 weeks) except every 4 years when it is a day longer. Dividing 260.9 days by 12 gives us about 21 and 3/4 weekdays a month, but that will only be truly accurate over 28 year periods. If you use that average to say how many weekdays there are in February you'd be off by almost two days since there will always 20 weekdays in Feb. In month with 31 days depending on the day of the week the month starts you could have as little as 21 days and as many as 23. Weekday holidays vary from place to place and job to job so there is no way to calculate that into that average and have be valid for all places in the world. You would have to take the number of weekday holidays that you have in a year and subtract that from 260.9 and then divide that answer by 12. As an example lets say you have 2 weeks vacation a year and 7 bank holidays. That would be 17 total days off a year. (260.9-17)/12 is approximately 20 5/16 days. Which, as I said before, is an average and only truly accurate over a period of 28 years and therefore could be very different from the actual number. As an example consider this; if you take your two week vacation In February and that month has a bank holiday as well you've actually only worked 9 days that month not 20.325 days.
1-3 is healthy; I don't know what's average but considering how unhealthy people are I'd say it's a bit less.
City Clear Days Partly Cloudy Days Cloudy Days Apalachicola 128 113 … 116 Daytona Beach 98 133 135 Fort Myers 99 168 99 Jacksonville 95 127 143 Key West 103 155 106 Miami 75 175 115 Orlando 90 147 128 Pensacola 106 123 136 Tallahassee 102 129 134 Tampa 102 143 121 West Palm Beach 75 159 131 Average of these cities: 98 143 124
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