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08-02-2012 08:49 #51
08-02-2012 10:09 #52
It's different for everyone. Different heights and body shapes/ frames for me I look healthy at 70kg im not tall 5'3 but I look quite slim at this weight. I wouldnt want to be below 65kg however ive never been that light. I dont always think the bmi charts get it right for me it says I should weigh 50kg that would look horrible on me so to me there isnt a magic number for what is a healthy weight it's individual to each person.
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08-02-2012 10:16 #53
I looked sick at 158cm and 49kg. I now look a bit better at 58kg but i want to lose 3kg. 55kg is my fave spot
08-02-2012 10:26 #54Senior Member
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I would say a range between 55 to 75 would be acceptable for most women.. its so variable..I'm 58 kg and look slim but not tiny or anything. At 65 I would get comments from family about how chubby and unhealthy I was!! 7 kg makes a huge difference on me. I really think its more about clothes size and how big your waist line is. A big overhanging belly, and just being "wider" is what looks unhealthy in my opinion.
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08-02-2012 10:37 #55
It really depends. I'm 5'6, and somewhere around 55-58 looks normal on me, but I have a tiny frame. At 74 kilos, which I am now, I look really chubby and overweight. My mum is 5'7 and she's about the same, and she looks slim. It really varies depending on the figure and frame size.
08-02-2012 10:42 #56
I'm 5'8 and currently on the road of weight loss, my goal being 80kg which will put me roughly a size 12, which i think is healthy
08-02-2012 11:06 #57
It depends on one's frame. The size and weight of one's bones and whether the weight comprises mostly of fat or muscle. Also need to counter in the size of one's boobs too.
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