I am a 19 year old teenager, I weight about 63 kg (138 lbs) and my height is about 176 cm. I want to gain weight because I look a bit skinny. Though according to my BMI, I'm average. I was wondering whether eating corn alone everyday would increase my weight and benefit me at the same time. I surely don't want to gain weight going to McDonald's.
A while ago, I saw this great BMI calculator that had accompanying picture of simulating body which, through a slider (?) could change from "fat" to "muscular". I found that I could reproduce fairly accurately the shape of my body (including the dreaded fat bulges...) with it and found it much more useful to see what I should target for. Unfortunately I can't find it again amongst the morass ... Surely AskMeFi sleuths can find it!
I have a BMI of a little over 26. What should I do? Should I accept myself as I am and keep eating healthy foods or should I keep trying to diet? I keep thinking about my weight and wish I could concentrate on more important things. I'm a female and am almost 40 years old. [more inside]
Am I suffering from some sort of body dysmorphia? Or do I just have a slow-so-adjust sense of self? (yanmd/t/p) [more inside]
What kind of recourse do I have when my company's new health insurance will be charging me if I don't take a biometric screening and health assessment? [more inside]
If it's as easy as move more and eat less, why aren't I losing weight? [more inside]
I'm going to make 2011 the year I keep my New Year's resolution to lose weight. Can you help me figure out a realistic target/loss rate? [more inside]
Music publishing structure for songs with multiple authors? [more inside]
Is BMI Bogus? My employer is providing an incentive for the employees to be healthy. Assessment of health is based upon cholesterol, blood pressure, no nicotine usage, and BMI. I feel that blood pressure and cholesterol have a large genetic component and that BMI doesn’t reflect who is and who is not healthy. I need help making a thoughtful, respectful argument.
Over the last 4 weeks, I've changed both my eating habits and my exercise habits pretty drastically. Yet I'm still at the exact same weight and body fat percentage. Why? [more inside]
How do I know if I'm at a healthy weight, given some complications? [more inside]
Can a radio service such as XM or Sirius replace the need to pay ASCAP/BMI fees for a business waiting room? [more inside]
How much weight loss is too much? [more inside]
If you're an obese man who's been successful in the dating scene, please give me some tips and advice. As always, there's [more inside]
I have a question to ask of heterosexual women on Metafilter: are you as shallow as I am? Do you find overweight men attractive? [more inside]
Given that I sink in a pool with my lungs full, how much is my percent body fat/bmi? [more inside]
Help me pick a bathroom scale - with decent BODYFAT SENSOR. Lost url of a review from about a year ago that had good info on common models. The googles do nothing for that particular review, however [more inside]
So I am about to join a gym. In most ways, I am a rational human being - but this membership comes with fitness evaluation and body composition test and if I have someone tell me that I am a big, fat, pudding of a man I am going to be posting an "ask metafilter" thread about how to hide a body. How do I handle this is a constructive manner? [more inside]
How much does an average-sized restaurant pay ASCAP/BMI to play music? [more inside]
What are the differences between ASCAP and BMI? Does anyone consider one performing right organization superior to the other and, if so, why? [more inside]
Should I finally join ASCAP, despite my misgivings about copyright, the music-licensing industry, and certain practices by ASCAP and similar orgs? Yes, the cash would make a real difference for me, given the way ASCAP handles my genre and given my low income overall. [more inside]
Can ASCAP/BMI sue you or levy fees for original music not in their catalog? [more inside]
How do I get my doctor to stop lecturing me about my weight? [more inside]