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  1. Health and Fitness
    16.7 for me, but I’m only 14 so I’ve never technically been classed as underweight. Current BMI is 17.6 but has to increase to 19.4 in anorexia recovery.
  2. Health and Fitness
    14-year-old Ftm with anorexia and BMI of 17.6. I compulsively walk 20000 steps a day and typically eat 1200 calories a day, but binging loads aboit 4 times a month. Yesterday, very shortly after a binge night, I ate 1400 calories. Will I gain weight?
  3. Blog
    I live on a budget so tight I'm always behind, and at 55, I'm well passed my "green" stage. I make my own castile soap, from almonds, pretty natural, cost--other than labor? $5 or so, and I haven't had to make any in months: I use it for shampoo, body wash, laundry. I don't shave my legs...
  4. Health and Fitness
    I've noticed that recently I tend to be much more critical of my diet and feel the need to exercise more despite not enjoying it much. I go for long walks a few times a week (running in between) in the woods, climbing steep hills. It's got to the point where every time I eat something I always...
  5. INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    It seems as though INTPs are more likely to be underweight (or less fat) than other types. I am creating this survey to see where INTP weights range. Select your Body Mass Index (BMI) range from above. Underweight: <18.5 Normal: 18.5 - 24.9 Overweight: 25.0 - 29.9 Obese: 30.0 - 39.9...
  6. Health and Fitness
    Okay, so, through the last months I've lost 9kg (about 19.8lbs), 5kg by exercising (11lbs). No I weight almost perfectly. My daily workout consisted of warm-up, TUM, BUM, legs (everything with Mel B) and one with Tiffany Rothe or cardio, depending on which day it was. In the end I was...
  7. Health and Fitness
    I had a similar poll to this some time ago where I asked if eating 3 or more meals a day was related to weight. Interestingly enough it seems that those who skipped meals in general on a regular basis were more likely to be normal or underweight, contrary to the studies I've seen where it...
  8. Health and Fitness
    First of all, let me say that I really admire people that have made a choice to change their lifestyle and bodies. If this is you, I'm proud of you! What frustrates me is when I hear people say "I'm going on a diet". Why? Because it never works!!! They lose some weight, and call it a day...
  9. INFP Forum - The Idealists
    For those of you who can't take the time to read, here you go: I'm Fat I give up easily 0 Motivation 0 Will power I tried Please Help Lets go on a journey that is quite similar to what some of you may have experienced or heard from another source. In high school I was fine and a lot...
  10. Health and Fitness
    I was just wondering whether eating disorders such as bulimia, binge-eating disorder, anorexia, EDNOS, and compulsive eating are more prominent in NF types, who are always trying to better themselves, as opposed to others. And whether it is more prominent in J types, as they tend to be more...
  11. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    "... like their first cousin, the ENFP, both ESFP males and females can have a life long struggle with weight control. The combination of their preferences leads them to eat when they are happy, when they are sad, when someone new walks into the room, and whenever." Type Talk At Work, Otto...
  12. Type 3 Forum - The Achiever
    Do you have any? If you do, and feel like venting, do it here!
  13. Cognitive Functions
    Now, but especially when I was young, I had almost uncontrollable urges to touch things. The only way I feel like I can know something is to feel it's texture, how easily it bends, it's weight and so on. When I was/am in a store I find myself touching things as I walk past them. It drove my...
  14. Cognitive Functions
    I'm sorry if the thread sounds offensive. I made a point on the INTJ forums about overweight INTJs and maybe the root of it is Se. I know there are other factors to put in as well such as stress, metabolism and genetics but let's look at a perfectly normal person who has lost or gained weight...
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