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    Jean Raimist says:

    Very good information.

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    Jean Raimist says:

    All I can say is that I welcomed the information about the BMI and would like to have some clues about losing 10 lbs.

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    Yael says:

    Wholly unreliable measurement. According to this calculator my BMI is 30.17 which places me in the obese category. I am a big-boned, large framed man who has an athletic body and unfortunately BMI does not consider body type. I know better than to rely on a one dimensional tool like this BMI calculator but for someone who is unfamliar with its limitations may be misled.

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      Discoveries Admin says:

      When embarking on a weight loss or fitness program, one needs to consider many factors to evaluate physical fitness levels and goals for healthy living. BMI is only one part of the big picture but it’s a good number to know.

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