Debates and Opinions


  • Is obesity a disease?

    A disease is defined as: "a disordered or incorrectly functioning organ, part, structure, or system of the body resulting from the effect of genetic or developmental errors, infection, poisons, nutritional deficiency or imbalance, toxicity, or unfavorable environmental factors; illness; sickness; ailment." (2) Also, obesity is measured as anyone with a BMI of 30 or higher. However, although obesity sometimes results from genetics or is a side effect of diseases (1) a person can have a BMI higher than 30 without any disease or bad genetics. As for nutritional deficiency, although it may cause obesity one can still achieve a BMI higher than 30 by eating a lot of healthy foods.

  • YO MAMA JOKES challenge

    Round 1:to accept Round 2: Fat Round 3:Ugly Round 4: Stupid Accepted Yo moma so fat Her BMI is measured in miles Yo mama so fat not even DORA can explore her!!!


  • Should we increase health care costs for increased BMIs?

    Health care costs are high enough Raising the cost of health care in relation to your BMI might motivate some people to get into better shape, but if health care costs were to be raised based on BMIs then that would be a violation of basic rights.

  • Is there a perfect weight for a woman to be?

    Nobody is perfect I personally am not a fan of the infamous BMI scale, and I truly believe there is no such thing as a "perfect" weight, especially for a woman.


  • Easy Ways To Increase Muscle Mass

    Sharing information with parents and caregivers so that they have actionable messages clear messages about what they should be doing what will be helpful to them to make sure that their children the children under their care are leading healthier lives and they we removing closer to our goal those things include reduced marketing unhealthy products to children and also improved health care services including BMI measurement for children third we're providing and suggesting in making recommendations around providing healthy foods in schools through investments in federally supported school lunches and breakfasts upgrading the.

  • high and the exact same weight

    high and the exact same weight and the exact same BMI why are they so vastly different and that has to do with percentages of lean body mass and percentage of fat so this individual probably is 55 percent fat 45 percent lean in this individualism probably 25 percent fat and 75 percent lean that has a lot of significance as far as your metabolic rate and how many calories you burn even when you"re sleeping and your ability to maintain your weight so I'm going to just run through the data first the ball arm what they did was create maps that show the percentages a the population that are overweight or obese so arm though the grayish blue is showing states where we had no data this is for 1985 the light blue had less than 10 percent of the population had were or obese or had a BMI of 30 or higher and the dark blue had 10 to14 percent of the population was obese and notably Wisconsin is in that so that was1985 I'm going to scroll through arm eachyear now...

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