i don't really care but its annoying thick is the new thick then you see a photo of a girl with a big ass and small waist then a photo of a skinny girl saying no one can get this type of body which is bull shit.
am 6 feet and weigh 129-135 pounds which i known isn't healthy for my height or frame which i plan on changing one day.
here is a list of healthy weights for your shape and height.
am not trying to offend anyone but why can't we all accept when we are unheathy and try making a change?
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The BMI scale is inaccurate because it doesn't account for muscle. Muscular people, because muscle weighs more than fat, are overweight on the BMI scale, so don't use that as your basis.
Either way, you're PARTIALLY right. The people you demonstrated as fat are not at a healthy weight. However, the people you showed as thick of healthy may not be healthy. They could be eating poorly, never exercising, and just got lucky with genetics but bet terribly out of shape. The "fat" people may be disabled or have a disease that makes it very hard to lose weight. The skinny and unhealthy may be naturally that way, again genetics. I know plenty of girls that eat tons and are still very naturally skinny. I know girls who eat healthy and exercise often and still have a lot of chub.
Long story short: BMI and body type don't equate to healthiness. Being larger and having fat isn't necessarily laziness nor is it always unhealthy.
Either way, it's not your business to tell someone that they need to do something t be healthy. I get that you want to help them and you may find it unsightly, but unless you're their doctor, their trainer, or they specifically asked you, it's best just to not mention it because it's not your business to.
First off let me say it agree with the first half of what you said but the rest is bull shit. Where was it telling anyone in my post what to do? I said why can't people admit when they have a problem then try changing it, if thats what they want or accepting themselves for who they are? Why do they instend try conviceing everyone to be just like them? please read the full post before you speak out of your ass
I read the post in its entirety. I was mentioning the fact that you wish people to step up and change their behavior, which implied that you feel it necessary to inform people of their poor health. This is also indirectly taken from the pictures. I may have gotten the wrong impression, but that is the idea you gave off. I do not know anyone who wishes for others to partake in unhealthy habits, but I have met many healthy people who try to change the lifestyles of others to fit theirs out of misdirected goodwill.
There's no need for you to talk to me like that. I did not insult you, simply discussed a viewpoint I disagreed with and explained why I thought it was wrong. If you are not imposing your lifestyle on other people by trying to get them to act healthier and are instead are looking to have people examine their health based on their choices when they notice a problem, then there is no problem and I simply misunderstood.
Is this the case?