Ideal body weight:The
weight appropriate for an individual that results in a body
mass index of 20- 25
Ideal Weight Chart:To
find your ideal weight range you need to identify your frame
lowest section of the small intestine. It is involved in
absorbing digested food into the body.
Impotence: the inability
in males to start,sustain or complete the act of sexual
Insulin a hormone produced by the pancreas that lowers blood
and covert beliefs held that guide our decisions (eating
through the use of synthetic hormones.
that, for the most part, does not dissolve in water. It
includes cellulose, some hemicelluloses, and lignin
Insulin: Dependent Diabetes
see type 1 diabetes.
many people with noninsulin-dependent diabetes produce enough
insulin, but their bodies do not respond to the action of
insulin. This may happen because the person is overweight
and has too many fat cells, which do not respond well to
insulin. Also, as people age, their body cells lose some
of the ability to respond to insulin.
Dependent Diabetes: Occurs when the pancreas does
not produce insulin at all leading to elevated blood glucose
of a medication through a needle into the muscles.
of a medication through a needle into a vein.
hard the body works during an activity. In general, the
higher your heart rate (that is, the faster your heart beats)
the more intense the activity.
that run upward and inward from the hip bones to the lower
ribs, allowing you to rotate and bend at the waist. These
are located underneath the external obliques
workouts, usually run on a track, with distances and target
paces decided before you run. They typically consist of
relatively short sprints of 220 yards to 1 mile interspersed
with rest periods of slower running
Islet Cells: (of Langerhans)
clusters of cells in the pancreas which include the beta
(insulin producing) and alpha (glucagon producing) cells.
system of exercise in which opposing muscles are contracted.
There is little movement even though both muscle sets are