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Body mass index (BMI) is a value derived from weight and height of a person. The BMI is defined as the body mass square of the body height and is universally expressed in units of kg/m2, resulting from mass in Kg's and height in metres.

 It is a rule of thumb measure, a guide. Not a definitive number to calculate obesity. It was initially developed for calculating obesity in terms of population. It should be remembered that health is not defined by height or weight. There are many factors into a person’s weight i.e. muscle mass, fat, water.

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It should be accepted that this is a guide and a healthy diet is always preferred. we advise that you talk to a professional dietician if you wish to gain knowledge of foods and food stuffs. Saying that; common sense should always take precedent. For example, process foods although tasty are not great. A lot of foods come as healthy but are full of salt and sugar.. Especially take away Pizza's. Deep fried food are never going to be accepted as healthy food even though fish is good for you. Snacks are not great, sweets, crisps, biscuits are all going to be look upon unfavourably.

I would recommend that home cooked food is always going to be better for you. However, I am a firm believer that quantity of food is our biggest problem, plates are larger and we fill it up. This is where I believe our obesity problem comes from.

I was also encourage you to look at the fasting diets, not particularly for food loss but for the health benefits of switching between growth and repair hormones. Contact me for details. Or try and find a link to Dr. Michael Mosley Eat, fast, Live, Longer  BBC Horizon

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But like everything consult your GP to make sure you can do it.

Quote, in poor countrys people die of starvation in rich its from overeating.

 

 

 

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