Why Being too fat or thin messes with your well-being?
According to a new poll conducted in the United States between January and September 14, having a Body Mass Index (BMI)
too fat causes difficult even to walk,stand and sit etc, too thin is over you can not remain silent for a minute, it is over killing as well, so we all need is nominal or average weight and height and fat etc.,
Well, there are a lot of factors why it is important to have a healthy balance. Firstly, it's not natural to be too fat or thin, being so, means that you have a disorder. Apart from the obvious, physical difficulties, your organism is not adjusted for such a state and you can get sick easier, and it's harder for your organs to process things that have increased in case of you being too fat, while if you are too thin, you might have issues with the immune system, which, however, doesn't have to be the case.
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