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Is it better to be thin and healthy or "thick" and healthy?


Thick meaning still in a healthy BMI but on the higher side of the normal range. Thin meaning on the lower end of the normal BMI range. Currently I am thick, but have been trying to decide if being thick leads to being overweight, and if being thinner is the best option long run(early 30's now). How does someone make the decision of what is best for themselves?

 

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