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02/09/2014

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Jarek

Totally agree with you here, I live in UK and in 2012 I lost just over 5st in weight (approx 30kg) this was done very gradually and slowly. I am currently in the lower scale of healthy BMI but would like to loose further 2-3kg for the season June-October.
Majority of people are telling me is how thin I would look and how unhealthy it would be without the understanding in fitness, exercise and nutrition.
Being overweight is like an elephant in the room, but being underweight is a sign of serious physical and mental illness for general public. Current eating habits seem to have brought a different perspective for a lot of people.

Sinead

AMEN!!

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