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BMI range - kg/m2.

Severely underweight <16.5.

Underweight 16.5 to 18.5.

Normal 18.5 to 25.

Overweight 25 to 30.

Obese Class I 30 to 35.

Obese Class II 35 to 40.

Severely Obese 40 to 45.

Morbidly Obese 45 to 50.

Super Obese 50 to 60.

Hyper Obese >60.

Hope you find these interesting. Soon I will only be morbidly obese and not super obese!..

asked Apr 21 at 17:15

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I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I discover an anything. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably could help you..

answered Apr 21 at 18:24

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I'm still Severely Obese with a BMI of 40.1. I don't lend a lot of credibility to that number since I found out Arnold Schwarzenegger is considered obese..

Congrats on the loss so far, keep it going...

answered Apr 21 at 19:18

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When you start looking like Ahnold, then you can discredit the numbers...

answered Apr 21 at 20:57

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With Arnold, the heavy doses of anabolic steroids may have skewed his numbers a bit........

answered Apr 21 at 22:34

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I never realized just how many classes of obese there are..

Damon, they say the BMI measurements are not applicable to children or to extreme athletes. It makes sense because children are still developing and constantly growing and changing in their bodies, and the serious athlete will have more weight due to muscle mass that will skew the #'s toward the high just like Arnold Shwarzenegger..

Discobolus, congrats on the 15 down...

answered Apr 22 at 00:07

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I found a couple you left out......

All of the following happens between Dec 20th and Dec 23rd in the northern hemisphere, Also known as the winter solstice..

* Amaterasu celebration, Requiem of the Dead (7th century Japan).

* Beiwe Festival (Smi of Northern Fennoscandia).

* Choimus, Chaomos (Kalash of Pakistan).

* Christmas, Natalis Domini (4th century Rome, 11th century England, Christian).

* Deuorius Riuri (Gaul).

* Deygn (Zoroastrian).

* DngZh Festival, Tji Festival (East Asia, Vietnam, and Buddhist).

* Goru (Dogon of Mali).

* Hogmanay (Scotland).

* Inti Raymi (Inca, Peru).

* Junkanoo, Jonkonnu, John Canoe (West Africa, Bahamas, Jamaica, 19th-century North Carolina).

* Karachun (Ancient Western Slavic).

* Koleda, , Sviatki, Dazh Boh (Ancient Eastern Slavic and Sarmatian).

* Lena, Brumalia (Ancient and Hellenistic Greece, Roman Kingdom).

* Lucia, Feast of St. Lucy (Ancient Swedish, Scandinavian Lutheran, Eastern Orthodox).

* Makara Sankranti (India and Nepal, Hindu).

* Men Geimhridh, Celtic Midwinter (Celtic, Ancient Welsh, Neodruidic).

O Mummer's Day (Celtic, Cornish).

O Wren day (Celtic, Irish, Welsh, Manx).

O Alban Arthan (Neodruidic).

* Midvinterblt (Swedish folk religion).

* Modranicht, Modresnach (Anglo-Saxon, Germanic).

* Perchta ritual (Germania, Alps).

* Rozhanitsa Feast (12th century Eastern Slavic Russian).

* Shabe Celle, , Yald (2nd millennium BCE Persian, Iranian).

* Sanghamitta Day (Buddhist).

* Saturnalia, Chronia (Ancient Greek, Roman Republic).

* eva Zistan (Kurdish).

* Sol Invictus Festival (3rd century Roman Empire).

* Soyal (Zuni and Hopi of North America).

* Teufat ebet (Jewish).

* Wayeb (Maya).

* Yule, Jul, Jl, Joul, Joulu, Julud, Gol, Geul (Viking Age, Northern Europe, Anglospherean, and Germanic cultures).

O Jul (Germanic Neopaganism).

O Yule (Wiccan).

* Zagmuk, Sacaea (Ancient Mesopotamia, Sumerian, Babylonian).

* Ziemassvtki (Latvian, Baltic, Romuva)..

answered Apr 22 at 00:40

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Hey, there's another fun tracking chart. I've gone from morbidly obese to obese class 1. Soon I'll be overweight!.

(never thought I'd cheer being overweight)..

answered Apr 22 at 01:43

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Damon my friend you left out the two most important items:.

21 December is my 34 wedding anniversary and my wifes birthday...

answered Apr 22 at 03:02

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Ha ha...just a few huh.


I think the siggy is long enough, but did post them in the peace thread so they are noted. I haven't heard of many of them..


answered Apr 22 at 04:14

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Our anniversary is on the 21st as well. 12 years this year..

Congrats on 34...

answered Apr 22 at 04:16

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Is that a pal-in-drone or something like that?.

Married on the 21st and this is the 12th. i.e. 21 backwords is 12..

Hope you're as happy as I am at 34th...

answered Apr 22 at 05:36

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I've been married 34 years too but to two different women. My current BMI is 25.1 but 70% of American males my height and 50-59 years old weigh more than me..


answered Apr 22 at 07:14

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Hmnn... I don't feel so bad being obese than lol. Bottom line I Would say it's all in the way you look..

Here's one more.....

answered Apr 22 at 07:22

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