When people go on a diet, they often set themselves a big target in terms of the kilos they are planning to lose, without knowing their body well enough.
The weight loss that you want to attain must not be less than your fitness weight, meaning the weight at which your body and mind feel good, without endangering yourself. It is a stable weight requiring no dietary deprivation or excess. It can vary by more or less 2 kg over time – this is entirely normal.
You can calculate your BMI = weight (kg) / height (m)². If the result is between 18.5 and 25, the body weight is deemed normal. A figure between 25 and 30 indicates that you are overweight and a figure in excess of 30 indicates obesity. BMI as an indicator should be treated critically, because it does not take into account muscle mass, fat mass, age or gender. It can help you set an objective but you should bear in mind that muscle weighs more than fat.
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