I'm assuming that you are far from falling into the reigns of an eating disorder or distorted self-image perception, and that you are instead focused on making sure you maintain your weight, or perhaps shed some (if necessary, that is, your BMI, Body Mass Index, is 25+) if necesssary. Whatever steps to be taken should be done in a healthy manner, otherwise your body will take a toll: physically, mentally, psychologically but more importantly for your future state of health and wellness: internally. So you'd like to know the normal amount of calories for a thirteen to fifteen year old. There really is no definitive answer to this: calories are simply units of energy, and, to know the general amount of calories you need to consume means you must know how much energy you are expending. Are you active? Participate in sports? If so, you'd need to increase your caloric intake... however, if you're sedentary, (you don't participate in exercise), obviously your caloric intake levels will be vastly contrasting with a more physically rigorous person. What gives you a general idea of the calories you need is an instrument called a BMR Calculator. If you go to any search engine type in "BMR Calculator" or "Basal Metabolic Rate" Calculator, and the search will return many inquiries.. click on any one and once you've reached the page enter the information (your height, gender and for some activity level) the calculator inquiries. This will then result in an estimation of your "normal" calorie needs. So there you go. Pretty simple. But, hey, the best indicator of your normal calorie needs isn't a calculator, from a physician, nutritionist or is the result of research.. it's your body. When your body needs calories you will feel hungry! And a state of hunger doesn't require emptiness, it's your stomach growling. That's the most simple and effective communication into getting the amount of calories you truly need. So listen to your stomach, and when you are satisfied (not in a state of pain, your stomach is no longer growling), you stop. That's the best way.
To view examples of the calories per day, see the Related Question.
for a recommended daily calorie intake of 2900 for 19-50 yr olds-about 90 gms fat is recommended.
i am replacing the starter on olds 1995 aurora
On the air intake filter box
Trick question. there isn't a 94 olds aurora.
The map sensor is located on the intake manifold on a 1996 Olds Achieva 2.4 liter. It is in the center of the intake manifold.
alero intake manifold torque specs
directly under the intake manifold
Cast iron intake is 30 lb/ft
Remove the upper intake.
On the lower intake by the crossover pipe for the exhaust
Remove the upper intake and there it is.
The Olds Aurora has the starter sitting inside of the engine. You'll need to take off the intake manifold to get to it, and even then its a tight squeeze. Once you get the intake manifold off it will be highly visible.
Its not suggested. You should wait until they are 13
The child's weight,metabolic rate, and the child's total intake of calories
Intake manifold torque specifications for the Olds 403 is listed as 30 ft-lbs.
The temperature sensor on a 93 Olds Cutlass Cierra 3.3 is located on the back of the engine. It is on the intake manifold.
In the intake behind the throtle body.
In the intake underneath the throttle body.
When replaceing the toronado engine, The intake and carb must come from a toronado or Riviera because it is lower. The 78 came with a 403. A 307 or 455 Olds engine will work also as long as you put the low profile intake on
I dont know but ty girls is a website for just girls suggested for 8 to 14 year olds
I found this in the local library that had chiltons manuals.
Remove the 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass intake manifold retaining bolts. The manifold will come off. Remove the old gasket. Clean the surface. Put the new intake gasket and tighten the intake manifold retaining bolts.
I believe it is in the intake for the upper coolant line on the engine. not sure myself. hope it's right.