Look at overall calories first. For instance, if you're eatind 3,000 calories a day it's probably going to be hard for you to lose weight no matter what the amount of carbs is. Rather, control your overall calories first. There is some debate about how many of those calories should come from carbs, but if it's around 50%-60% you should be ok. Another consideration is the type of carb. Check out this link from Vanderbilt University for more information: http://vanderbiltowc.wellsource.com/dh/content.asp?ID=655 Let's say you need to eat 1800 calories a day. This is a reasonable estimate without knowing your specific situation. If 60% of that were carbs, that would translate to 1080 calories, or 270 grams. That would leave you with 360 calories (90 grams) of protein, and 360 calories (40 grams) of fat. All of this assumes you are exercising as well, trying to do some cardio most days of the week and strength training 2-3 days per week. It's a rough estimate, but I'm guessing that if you follow this formula you will be on the way to long term weight loss success.
I came across a web site that contains detailed information pertaining to your question. The link to the web site is called Daily Carbohydrate Intake for Weight Control and is displayed directly below this window.
Because carbohydrates are non-essential there is no need to eat them at all. If you don't eat carbohydrates the body do not need to release insulin. But if your blood sugar is low and your body is unable to regulate it you should consider consuming small amounts of carbohydrates.
That is not possible to do safely. One to two pounds a week is a realistic goal. 10 lbs a week is NOT.
Carbohydrates in an eggplantUncooked 1.6 carbohydrates in 1 oz or 28g or eggplant, peeled2 carbohydrates in 1 oz or 28g or eggplant, unpeeled2.4 carbohydrates in a Â½ cup of eggplant4.8 carbohydrates in one cup of cubed peeled eggplants26Â½ carbohydrates in an average size peeled eggplant (weighs about 1Â¼ pounds)32 carbohydrates in an average size unpeeled eggplant (weighs about 1Â¼ pounds)Cooked (boiled or steamed)2Â½ carbohydrates in 1 oz or 28g or eggplant10 carbohydrates in a 4 oz or 114g portion of eggplant4Â½ carbohydrates in a Â½ cup of eggplant9 carbohydrates in one cup of cubed eggplantFor the carbohydrate content of other vegetables, and fruits, and for free fruit and vegetable carbohydrate charts that you can use as daily guides for either weight loss or weight maintenance, see the page links, further down this page, listed under Sources and Related Links..
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Its should be 156 cm.
My friend Ron weighs 185 lbs.