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Possible Health Risks when People cannot Maintain Normal BMI for Women

Possible Health Risks when People cannot Maintain Normal BMI for Women17 Sep. 2020
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Possible Health Risks when

Possible Health Risks when People cannot Maintain Normal BMI for Women

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Women and weight loss cannot be separated from one another. It is undeniable that many women pay great attention to their body weight because it will affect their appearance and confidence.

They want to lose some weight because it makes them feel more beautiful and confident. Nevertheless, losing weight is not only about beauty.

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Time Health Fit

You're all that and a super-size bag of chips, want to be youtube friends?

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Chrissy shares how hard

Chrissy shares how hard being over 500 pounds has been on her life, causing her physical and emotional pain. Chrissy previously had lap band surgery, and she feels like a failure since it did not work.

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twilliamsca

It is sad that we live in a world that does not accept Chrissy, it is one of the last forms of discrimination. And, before you say it, I have seen women larger that her force themselves to go out and are in far better health.

Ghiwa Nassereddine

Well shes beautiful...

why you mad

Man the harpoons

Mike Boyd

What a beautiful woman!

ShxdowX

Should've lost weight a long time ago instead of being on here looking for attention fatass

burymedeep 2093

She aint beautiful. Super fat is horrible you all are those weird feeder freaks

BEING OVERWEIGHT ASSOCIATED WITH SLIGHTLY LOWER ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY RELATIVE TO NORMAL WEIGHT

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B-M-I or Body Mass Index

B-M-I or Body Mass Index can help determine how much fat is carried in the body. The B-M-I also corresponds to particular weight categories that may indicate certain health problems. A new study examined standard B-M-I categories of normal weight, overweight and obesity and the association with mortality. Catherine Dolf explains in this weekís JAMA Report

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Ivan Riboy

Hey! I'm Jessica.I did -25 lbs past two weeks.Go to hawght.so

Pestilence 452

Cool now I'll just eat myself to death

Jas Hobbs

Interesting, I know scientifically that we loose fat as we get old, and slightly overweight older people look way more healthier. So I am not surprised.