These pics show the difference between my weight/BMI
First picture I was 165cm tall and weighed 90 kg. BMI 33.06 - obese
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After pics same height ( I wish I could grow!!!) weighed 65 kg. BMI 23.88 - normal
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I'm now 67.5kg BMI 24.79 - normal
I just took a pic in my togs cos I ain't doing an undies shot - not matter what my BMI ... No one needs those kind of images just before bed!! Lol
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In all three photos I've always done some form of exercise (whether it be netball, touch footy, running, walking, oztag). I was in no way eating healthy at my heaviest. Sure I liked healthy food but I ate terribly in between, snacked on crap and over ate. I'm much much healthier now - still not perfect though. I'd also to lose a little more and I will be working towards it.
Ideally I'd like to be 58 kg - BMI would be 21.3 - still in normal range.
Might as well. I have square shoulders but small sweet potatoes
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I'm 169 cm tall & 103 kg (guessing I gained some during preg)
I'm obese. There is no denying it. Two pregnancies, laziness and blaming meds for weight gain. I eat junk and I am lazy bones! Since being with df I haven't walked into a gym
270cms tall, 52.2 kgs, wear a size 8, giving me a bmi of 18.1. Which is (apparently) underweight.
I've decided bmi is a crock! I am not underweight, I am breast feeding my baby at least 4 times a day. If I were underweight, I'd have supply issues, which I do not. I'm still carrying 2 kgs over my pre baby weight, which I think is my fat reserve to maintain my supply.
I do not diet, I eat according to hunger, I do not exercise excessively (though I don't have a car, so I walk a lot).
I should probably add, I'm from a tall skinny family, so I think my size may be genetic.
*170cm s tall not 270!!!
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