The body mass index has been a long argued topic within the nutrition world. The problem with this method, is that while it might be accurate for the average person, it is not overall an objective measuring tool. The problem comes when dealing with clients who have a high amount of muscle. Rather than the equation accounting for this, it instead counts it as fat, and the person who is lean and muscular will be considered obese by the test.
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