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Anorexic Bmi Calculator
Body mass index (BMI) is a measurement based on a person's height and weight, to decide if a person is too heavy or too light for his height. The index is a number that can be in the underweight range, normal range, overweight range, or obese range. Children use different number ranges than adults do, ...Read more
For studies: In order to study obesity, one has to have a definition of what it means to be obese. You can't simply use weight, as 200 lb might be obese for some people but would be a thin person if their height was 6 ft 8 in. Bmi takes into account height and weight. A bmi over 30 is considered obese. ...Read more
Here's one: Http://www. Bmicalculatorforfemales. Us/.Get a more detailed answer ›
All should be OK: If you enter your correct height and weight into any bmi calculator, the results should be correct. The exact meaning of a particular bmi might be open to interpretation as someone who is very muscular and has only 4% body fat might have a higher bmi than a couch potato who has love handles. For most of us, the bmi is a good indicator of appropriate weight versus overweight. ...Read more
I was just wondering what this is as a bmi I typed it in on my calculator and came up with this 17.96875 and I was just wondering if it’s 18 or 17.9??
You get to choose: We are a free people living in a free country, so you get to choose. The number is 18 if you choose to use only whole numbers. The number is 18.0 if you choose to have one number after the decimal. The number is 17.97 if you choose to have 2 numbers after the decimal. They are all the same number, but it's your choice. ...Read more
I'm a 26 yr old female standing 5'2" how much should I weigh? All the BMI calculators say something different!
Weight recommends: Are general. Around a 100 pounds if really petite. 110 pounds is spot on. Up to 121 is within range. However if you are muscular or have large bone structure you could weight more ; be just fine. ...Read more
I am a male in my 50's non smoker Good Blood Pressure with a BMI of 22 I used an online Body Fat Calculator I appear to have 32% body fat, what does this mean in terms of health and lifestyle?
I've used BMI calculators online, which say my 10 yr. Old has a healthy weight. She is a 10 yr. Old girl 4 ft.11in.101lbs. Is she at a healthy weight?
She is tall for her age but weighs a good amount for her height. this is true if she is 120 months old (just turned 10).
at 10 yrs, 59 inches is 95th percentile for height and 101 pounds is 92nd percentile for weight. According to World Health Organization growth curves.
she is well proportioned. ...Read more
What are BMI calculators don't calculate muscle mass and bone mass in addition to body fat do they?
It's a mindset: While the majority of people with anorexia will be underweight, some to dangerous degrees, anorexia is more about the mindset that one's actual body weight. The mindset results in the underweight state, or the perception of an underweight state, or the need to have more control over your weight. So yes, you could think anorexic without actually being physically underweight. ...Read more
Please get help.: Symptoms of Anorexia may include low body weight, fear of gaining weight, over- exercising, use of laxatives, diuretics, diet pills or supplements to manage weight, feeling fat, marked weight loss, skipping meals, fatigue, low blood pressure, cold intolerance, preoccupation with one’s weight, body fat or food, lack of menstrual period. Etc. ...Read more
Would you consider anorexia that's 5'3" and 77.5 lbs severe? I know most severe ones are between BMI 9-12 I'm not I'm at 13
BMI of 13 dangerous: Whatever label one might put on it, a BMI of 13 is dangerous. Anorexia nervosa is very serious. Young women die from it all the time. Please get help with this life-threatening condition. There's nothing more tragic than an otherwise healthy young woman literally starving herself to death because of deranged body image. Please do not minimize or rationalize this. Get help. Your life is at stake. ...Read more
Is it bad to go on a low sugar diet for Anorexic recovery? My current BMI is 17.7 which is an increase from 15 point something.
I have a BMI of 16.0 and I think it's alright but apparently anything under 17 is considered anorexic. How can I get that extra 1 bmi?
Says who?: You're anorexic if you have inappropriate thoughts and behaviors about food. The bmi was not developed for individuals and shouldn't replace common sense. John cena is not "obese" and many elite runners are "underweight". Almost all men and most women want some muscle for which you can do resistance training, but the key here is staying fit ; your weight will take care of itself. ...Read more
Female 22years old Not physically active Eats 1500kJ per day BMI 18.1 Is this BMI too low? What is considered anorexia BMI?
As long you are in good health, performing your daily activities, not obsessed with your weight, it is okay. You will gain weight, as you age, do not get too worked up if your BMI goes up to 20 or so.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Drink enough water daily so that your urine is mostly colorless.
Practice safe sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Is it possible to be free of Anorexia if you start eating more but able and want to stay at a BMI weigh of 15.5. I am 48 years old.?
No: Anorexia is a medical diagnosis and needs medical evaluation. ...Read more
I am 24 and my BMI is 16.3. What should I do? When I was younger I was very chubby and not skinny. My friends think I am anorexic. Any advice for me?
See Dr., then eat...: If one is truly underweight (based on height, family background, and body type), a Dr. Can evaluate for a hormonal, digestive, or other disorder. If no medical cause is found, then one can add weight by eating more calories of nutritious foods, while also doing weight-training to increase muscle. Proteins: egg white, chicken breast, salmon, . .. Better fats: olive oil, peanuts, almonds, tofu, . ... ...Read more
Bmi of 15.5 with waist measurement of 24". Anorexia - with no appetite. A couple biscuits a day for about a week. Am I in danger?
Yes: See you md for help. Asap.Get a more detailed answer ›
If eating at night makes you fat, can I recover more quickly from anorexia if I eat most of my calories at night? Current BMI at 18.5
No: Eating late at night does not make you fat- eating more calories than you need in a day, will help gain weight. When recovering from anorexia, you do not want to gain weight too fast either. Seek out the advice of a nutritional consultant with expertise in food eating conditions as yours. ...Read more
I am gaining weight after anorexia for the past month (BMI reaching 17 after being at 15). Any chance I could build up muscle? If so, how can I do it?
Requires using them: Muscle cells respond to both intensity & frequency of use. Without use they atrophy away as in polio victims (Polio virus damages nerves, not muscles). But if muscles get no nerve orders they rarely contract & waste away. Thus focus on all opportunities to use muscles to do actions which require/challenge your strength, hopefully without overdoing & creating damage. Athletes say: No Pain, No Gain. ...Read more
Relapsed w/ purging anorexia 6/21&22. See psychiatrist in 3 weeks & should tell him; but I don't want to stop. What will happen if I tell him? Bmi = 24.
Anorexia: I think you would feel better if you saw a mental health professional weekly for psychoterapy in addition to psychiatrist. It is common to not want to stop but think of this compulsion as an addiction that will compromise your life drastically if you continue. A clinical psychologist experienced in treating eating disorders could help you greatly. Best wishes. ...Read more
Is rapid weight gain or slow weight gain better for Anorexic recovery? Current BMI at 17.7. Had BMI of 15 around early March...
Slow and steady: It sounds like you are making good progress. Slow weight gain will not tax your body and is more likely, to become a healthy way, of, eating. Rapid weight gain is more likely to overly tax your, body, which can be dangerous. Manage your exercise as well. Keep it moderate if you have been exercising. It is important to be followed by your doc, a nutritionist, and, therapist during, this process. ...Read more