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1 Aug 2019
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It seems that every time you turn on the news or open a newspaper, you are told something about the weight. Newspaper magazines benefit from weight loss guarantees through a specific eating routine. There are few carbohydrates, no carbohydrates and an explicit diet that avoids eating. Also, there are diet pills that guarantee weight loss without "strenuous exercises". New journalists often accuse stars of being too big or too low. What is the norm? Is there a? Or is everyone so extraordinary that there is no standard?

 

The study of muscles and fat does not end with the elimination of the unadulterated load, without anyone being. If you jump on a scale, you get a data section. In any case, it does not tell the whole story. Someone taller will inevitably measure more than another. Someone with a smaller hull can weigh less and is not considered "too thin" because of the structure of their body. The standard is called a weight file or BMI. This takes into account both size and weight and indicates a number that fits into a classification. The classifications are: underweight, solid, overweight and corpulent. Each classification is a series of numbers. Remember that this is a measure of muscle fat. Only the thickness test can determine the muscle / fat ratio.

 

For example, a person measuring 5 feet 2 inches and weighing 120 pounds has a BMI of 22. This is in the range of BMI set from 18.5 to 24.9. Anyway, a person measuring 6 feet 2 inches and weighing 120 pounds will have a body mass index of 15.4 pounds less. It's not just about weight. It is the weight, the link with the stature of the person.

 

Be that as it may, BMI says nothing about the extent of the body or how we treat it. It is quite conceivable that you are in the fixed zone and that you always have a stomach that goes further than you would like. Or, you can fall into the class of sound and be sensitive with little muscle tissue. There are many things to consider. The correlation is much stronger than a scale. We often face individuals we consider our friends.

 

Finding your BMI is only part of the overall puzzle of well-being. If you find that you can agree on certain choices in your nutritional choices and your wellness goals. You may decide to continue with the course you are following. Or, on the other hand, you may need to make some changes and move on. In any case, determining your BMI can help you solve this difficult problem.




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