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the past few years under a duvet, you've probably heard about the 'obesity crisis'. More than two-thirds of Brits are either overweight or obese, according to the government. But how do they know this? They rely on the Body Mass Index (BMI). It's a well
real reasons to get on the scales every Saturday: I want to find and maintain my healthiest weight, and I also want to determine my fastest weight.Twenty years ago I read some early studies on body mass index (BMI) and longevity and cringed. People
body mass index – or BMI – of 25-29.9) or obese (with a BMI of above 30) will face health issues, regardless of how often – or fast – they run. But some studies show that heavy people who exercise can be cardiovascularly healthy and may live longer than
and the distance you covered on your last run to discover just how many calories you burnt over the course of the session. BMI CalculatorCalculate your Body Mass Index to determine if you're in a healthy weight range.
-all and end-all of life, can lead to a spiral of problems including depression, malnutrition and even eating disorders. Here is a series of steps that may help you organise and assess your need to lose weight:1. Calculate your Body-Mass Index (BMI) as a rough
body mass index – or BMI – of 25-29.9) or obese (with a BMI of above 30) will face health issues, regardless of how often – or fast – they run. But some studies show that heavy people who exercise can be cardiovascularly healthy and may live longer
no better way of losing weight than running: it's the most efficient calorie burner there is. You should, though, ask yourself if you actually need to lose weight at all. When assessing a person's "normality", Body Mass Index (BMI) is considered the best
TendonitisWhat it is Tenderness in your lower calf near your heel that usually strikes when you push off your toes.Who's at risk? Men with a BMI of 25 or higher (a man who is 5'10"and weighs 12.5 stone [80kg], for example) who run a nine-minute-per-mile pace
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