This is a very open-ended question, similar to "how long is a piece of string?" The answer depends on your goals (fat loss, maintenance, or fat gain for a minority of people). It also then depends on your energy output versus your energy input, and the speed of your metabolism.
If your goal is fat loss, then many leading fat loss nutritionists recommend that you reduce your fat intake to 30 grams per day. This is quite hard, but effective. However, you can screw this up quite well by increasing your carbohydrate intake (ie sugars & starches & grains), only because energy in vs energy out is what dictates your fatness. The fat free versions of most foods have just put more sugar in instead to keep you interested. Some endurance athletes comfortably take in 100 grams or more of dietary fat, because there energy output is high enough to burn it all up. For body fat maintenance and general good health, aim for somewhere between the two. You need fats to survive. Nerves and brains are made of fats. Never eliminate them completely.
If you have minimal energy output (you drive everywhere, you do no exercise and sit at a desk all day) your overall energy intake should be low too, which includes fats, proteins and carbohydrates. If one is high, then the other needs to be high too. When there is a surplus or a deficit, you will either gain or lose bodyfat.
1400 to 2600 grams of fat should a 10 year old girl should have on each day.
around 30 grams.
400 grams on a 1200 gram diet
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.
you should have no more that 50-60 grams a day, depending on the calorie intake 50 grams for 1,500 calories a day 60 grams for 1,800 calories a day
The average adolescent should consume no more than 65-70 grams of fat per day.
5 grams of fat per day for children
Basing this on the average 2,000 calorie diet, you should consume no more than 20 grams of saturated fat.
A 45 year old woman should comsume approximately 30-50 grams of fat per day.
20 grams for a 2000 calorie diet.
20 grams a day
You should avoid trans fat. If you must have some, try to limit your consumption to 0.5 g/day.
An athlete will have a higher calorie intake each day. Their grams of fat should equal between 30-45, give or take depending on their sport.
How many grans of fat a kid should have each day depends on their age and caloric requirements. Children need anything between 25 and 40 percent of their daily calorie requirements to come from fat. For example, a 5 year old child should have between 40 and 56 grams of fat per day.
At 2 grams per day they can see undesirable effects. 5 grams per day increases your chance of heart disease by 25%. We googled "grams per day trans fat" try that for a more thorough answer.
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a 13 year old girl eats 20-25 grams of fat each day