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    image.jpgI'm 165cm and 57kgs which makes me 21 bmi which is in the healthy range.Up until I had kids and turned 30 I was always around 52 kgs which is 19 bmi and just underweight. I can't figure out bmi and think its a load of crap mostly. I have a few friends that are amazingly healthy and fit and yet are considered overweight on the bmi scale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJones&Me View Post
    Some of these replies are ringing warning bells for me. Please folks lets not start becoming pro-Ana or encouraging low BMIs
    Which ones? I can't see any alarming replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJones&Me View Post
    Some of these replies are ringing warning bells for me. Please folks lets not start becoming pro-Ana or encouraging low BMIs
    Huh? How do you come up with that?

    Anywoo, not utd which I currently am. I think im a 22 bmi I am 165cm and 56kg to 58kg normally. I fit fine into 8/10 clothes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    Which ones? I can't see any alarming replies.
    I don't want to single any out, but there are a couple for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    Which ones? I can't see any alarming replies.
    Me either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJones&Me View Post
    Some of these replies are ringing warning bells for me. Please folks lets not start becoming pro-Ana or encouraging low BMIs
    If your talking about my
    Post then you're wrong. I am trying to overcome difficulties i have had and am in a positive place. I wont hide in shame about it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJones&Me View Post
    I don't want to single any out, but there are a couple for sure.
    I just read through it again - you seem to be the keenest to get the weight off You've totally lost me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
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    Yeah, I'm not 100% sure what my bmi is (I think I blanked it out lol) but it's not good
    After Bub is born I'm going back on the shakes and keeping to a healthy diet (I'm currently going low gi for gestational diabetes, and it's actually not bad ).




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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJones&Me View Post
    Some of these replies are ringing warning bells for me. Please folks lets not start becoming pro-Ana or encouraging low BMIs
    I'm seeing nothing of the sort??? Some people are naturally smaller than the bmi allows for, some are naturally larger. Nobody's said anything about 'encouraging' low BMIs.
    My best friend is the exact same height as me, but is around 48-52kg. 50kg is the threshold for underweight for our height but I can tell you that on her over 50 doesn't look healthy. She does martial arts and when training hard she is a tiny ball of fitness. If she were the same size as me she would be as unhealthy as I would be if I were obese.

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