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<18 (30)
13.45%
18 - 20 (61)
27.35%
20.1 - 22 (53)
23.77%
22.1 - 24 (45)
20.18%
24.1 - 25 (11)
4.93%
>25 (23)
10.31%
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:cry2:

I'm so skipping tea tonight.
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#42
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BMI lies to me.
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#43
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I came in expecting an article on the detrimental effects of the over-use of internet forums on the health of teenagers... :sad:
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#44
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21.63

Don't even know that that means
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#46
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16.12, yikes.
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#47
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Who gives a feck, BMI is not an indicator of health. You can be optimal BMI and have AIDS
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#48
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17.6? 17.6?!

IT'S-A PIZZA TIME. :woo:
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#49
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(Original post by Mazty)
Any chance of the real answer? Or avoiding the truth maybes?
I'm not posting my BMI on the internets :eek:
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#50
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27.5 and apparently in the 98th percentile. I doubt that's correct.
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#51
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BMI = 19.11

I have a healthy weight, I guess that diet worked.
The last time my doctor checked, I was underweight.
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#52
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Don't really agree with BMI as it is skewed for those with a high muscle density/ratio...
If I went by BMI I'd be at 26.2... however, I am most definitely not overweight! (well I may be after that lovely victoria sponge this morning)
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#53
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lol at BMI, BMI is ****, mine is 26 and I bet I'm healthier than everyone who's posted on this thread with a lower BMI

muscle > fat
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i dunno i weigh 95kg and am 6 ft 3

i aint fat i went gym for 2 year so got fair bit of muscle.
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#55
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Pretty much dead on 17. :emo:

I knew this anyway, though.
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#56
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15 :K:
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#57
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BMI is not an indicator of health, bodybuilders usually have a high BMI doesn't mean they aren't living healthy. My BMI is 23.1 though.
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#58
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BMI isn't a great indicator of how healthy you are, and what weight you should be. For instance I just put Jonny Wilkinson's data into the calculator and they recommend he loses some weight...
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Mine is 20.42 - which is apprently very healthy
I've not measured myself in a while so it's probably not entirely accurate, though by the looks of it I have a fair amount of room either way before there'd be an issue - and because I eat very healthily and keep fit I dont see that changing, thank goodness
Interesting Thread!!
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(Original post by xStaceyy)
I'm not posting my BMI on the internets :eek:
If it was perfectly healthy then why not?

(Original post by Powerlifter)
Who gives a feck, BMI is not an indicator of health. You can be optimal BMI and have AIDS
It's a good general indicator of your bodyweight though. The thread isn't about the pros and cons of the BMI.
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