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does Bmi 25 means stopping ss

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by Sas101, 16 March 2011 Social URL.

  1. Sas101

    Sas101 Full Member

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    Hey all do u have to stop ss when you reach a Bmi of 25, if so why?
     
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    Yes you do. The reason being that your body will start to burn muscle and this could be a problem for your heart. It really is important that you don't ss or ss+ with a BMI of 25 or under. I'm sure someone will be along to give you the full details soon.

    I'm going to hit a BMI of 25 this week (hopefully) and am worried about movingup the plans but it really is important. x
     
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    yep !! you have to go onto 810. when your body gets to a certain healthy BMI it no longer has the fat stores it needs to live off , it panics and holds onto the last bit of fat and starts to use the next best thing .. muscle !! ( this includes you heart muscle so continuing can be dangerous )
     
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    Wow that is interesting Iam not near that stage yet but I will be scared going up a plan as knowing my body I will put on and probably keep doing :(
     
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    If you have a BMI of 25, does that normally mean your in the 'normal' range then? Really good info btw!
     
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    Just calculated that when I am 10st then il be Bmi 25 and il be a stone away from goal hmm interesting
     
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    yeah a healthy BMI is classed as between 20 -25 :D
     
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