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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

bhm hates all studies. lol  all.
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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

LOL jesus, y'all be doing the most on these hair, dark skin, and weight threads.  theeeee most.



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Originally posted by GG GG wrote:

Is the point to make obese people go out and change their habits in droves or to make fun of them for the fact that they're gonna die (which we all will)?
good question. Not about the study per se, but I often wonder what people who criticize other people's weight plan to get out of their criticism. Maybe someone could explain this too me.
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this article talks about future health risks....
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You have to look at your BMI (Body Mass Index) and this comes in ranges based on your Height as compared to your weight.

A healthy BMI is 25, from 25 - 30 BMI is overweight .. but based on how you are built is okay. Meaning if you have a slim frame (like Nicole Kidmen) 25 is good but if you are built like Serena Williams 29 or 30 is more likely your BMI. But Serena is not fat nor in danger of heart attack.

But if your BMI is over 30 .. you are obese and you have a good chance of getting all those illnesses. So if you are Oprah's size or the size of that girl in 'Precious' (who hs gotten much biggee since that movie BTW), yes, you have to try working on it ... because you will likely have troubles.

IMO just try to stay somewhere between 25 and 30, eat well and exercise and you will be fine.

http://www.healthnetwork.com.au/weight-loss/bmi-chart.asp



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Here we go with the BMI nonsense again.
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Originally posted by sexyandfamous sexyandfamous wrote:

i think if the person is having a hard time walking - she is not healthy.
if she can't go up the stairs without sweating and having difficulty breathing - she is not healthy.
if she has several layers of fat all over the place, she is not healthy. you cannot be healthy when you have a lot of extra fat all over the place.
i guess im not healthy. i hate stairs and they hate me.LOLAngry

i know lots of healthy fat folks tho. *shrug*
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Originally posted by nitabug nitabug wrote:

this article talks about future health risks....


exactly so in essence they're saying thee sack opposite of this thread title lol
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Originally posted by Lady ICE Lady ICE wrote:

Originally posted by sexyandfamous sexyandfamous wrote:

i think if the person is having a hard time walking - she is not healthy.
if she can't go up the stairs without sweating and having difficulty breathing - she is not healthy.
if she has several layers of fat all over the place, she is not healthy. you cannot be healthy when you have a lot of extra fat all over the place.
i guess im not healthy. i hate stairs and they hate me.LOLAngry

i know lots of healthy fat folks tho. *shrug*
LOL
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Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:


sounds like common sense..............*shrugs*

It really is.

I have to tell someone this every time I given them instructions on healthier living and they counter with "Well my bp, cholesterol, blood glucose etc is fine." Its fine for now. The human body will compensate for as long as it is able and if you are young you are better equipped to. Like anything else, it succumbs to normal wear and tear and especially abuse. You will pay for an unhealthy lifestyle, eventually.
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