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Old 11-30-2016, 12:32 PM   #31
happily_married
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I don't really see any value to BMI as it factors only height and weight and ignores other factors such as muscle mass, bone density, organ tissue, etc. It also has a somewhat arbitrary classification system. What makes a 25 overweight and a 24.9 normal? My BMI (171, 5'7") is 26.8 which puts me solidly iverweight. If everyone in Dims met and I tried to tell everyone I was overweight you'd all laugh at me!
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