Simulating the Ideal Body Mass in Adult Human Samples

Md. Abdul Hakim
2017 International Journal of Sports Science and Physical Education  
Estimating ideal body mass in adult human samples in a specific geographic level is vital for effective health promotion programmes in order to seeking better health services. Lack of nutritional knowledge and information gap on various health and nutritional tools affect the ability of national and international agencies to manage serious health related risks in the community. A solution to this challenge would be to develop a method that simulates reliable statistics on assessing the ideal
more » ... y mass in adult human samples. This paper provides a significant appraisal of the biophysical methodologies for estimating ideal body mass to mitigate health problems of samples at different sites. There is no procedure in this ground that can be used to assume the ideal body mass in human samples in health physics and nutritional mathematics. The physical educators are often in confusion to direct the advice of taking proper exercise which would be benificial for the learners' health. The aim of this study is making a dot over these ongoing hesitations simulating a biophysical modeling in nutrition counseling to sustain long term sound health. The study findings is the mathematical equation (4) that can be a superb modeling as an instructive tool in physical education.
doi:10.11648/j.ijsspe.20170204.12 fatcat:zczycp2ebvgt5bqtz3gsv57mr4