Fat or not you decide (link to other pic)
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Most Helpful Girl
Unfortunately yes. But if she is healthy and happy, and willing to accept the risks of being a little overweight. It's no business of mine! I know in Australia, the health department uses the average waist measurement of 30 inches to determine healthy and unhealthy. Research has shown that a woman's waist greater then 30 inches put her at greater risk of diabetes, heart disease, heart attacks, some cancers... the list just goes on. I personally have been keeping my diet in check, so that my waist is now between 27 and 28 inches, as I have a trouble family health history.0
Most Helpful Guy
While she does appear to have the curvy body shape she still has a lot of fat on her body and does need to continue to lose it at least for a while longer she has what we call fat weight at the moment, now if she was just able to switch it to muscle weight then she would be the same size more or less, same curves but her body would be toned, fit and healthy which is important because she'd lived longer as well.
Unfortunately she is overweight but the reason she just looks curvy though is because instead of the fat being connected in her belly or arms or upper region at all it's being concentrated in her ass and legs, mostly ass though if it was more distributed more unevenly across the body then she would appear to be more bigger then she looks now and closer to what her actual weight is.
Just because the weight is distributed in your body in a way that doesn't look fat does not mean you are healthy, toned or fit, you just appear to be. And you should still train, eat healthy and work towards losing the weight that way you can truly be healthy, fit, toned and overall happier and live longer. I mean don't get me wrong the body "shape" she has is appeasing but she could and would look so much better if she was training.
And as a soon to be professional trainer and I can't just simply sit back and lie.0