Benchmark BMI is not Healthy Body Weight

COMPASS. com No one is also a way of measuring body weight can be sure whether the body healthy. Even some experts have different opinions, body mass index (BMI) or body mass index is commonly used in many types of research also there is not a completely accurate. Most research is based on BMI, even though it is not an accurate measure, said medical professor from the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Dr. Rexford AHIMA. Exception can not calculate a lot of fat, BMI also did not explain the cause of poor health. BMI which is a measure derived from body weight in kilograms (kg) divided by height (mtr. Square). BMI sizes 18, 524, 9 were classified as normal, in 2525, nine belong to a group of overweight, over 30 is being increasingly obese category. People with a BMI over 30 are facing increasing risk of heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and other diseases. But some studies suggest that high BMI can actually make the protection of an unsuccessful heart, kidneys, and other critical illnesses. When a critically ill, having excessive fat provide additional power. On most issues, a low BMI have resulted in a hospital. BMI also did not give an indication of body fat distribution. Belly fat in the know could increase the risk of diabetes, heart disease, and death. Average fat feriperal that spread in all agencies, not leaning at risk. BMI was also unable to calculate inequality more specifically related to race, gender, and age are not the same. According to AHIMA, BMI is often used because of its use is simple. This measure does not apply to athletes, whose weight is more because of muscle. BMI also does not apply to parents who lose weight. AHIMA delivered, there is no one way to describe the size of a healthy weight. It also depends on body weight, genetic, sex type, as well as other aspects. Obesity itself is a complex problem that is not just a fat excellence.
What’s wrong with obesity that lead to a healthy and unhealthy We must know the mechanisms by means of molecular, said AHIMA.

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