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BMI Calculator

Thursday, November 26, 2009

BMI = Body Mass Index

This BMI calculator will let you know if your weight/height ratio is in the healthy range.

A BMI of 25-29 is categorized as "overweight"
A BMI over 30 is "obese"

Oh.... Happy Thanksgiving.
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Did you know.... ?
About 92 cents out of every dollar you spend on food typically winds up in the pockets of processors, middlemen, and retailers.
"...artisanal producers like Joel compete on quality, which, oddly enough, is still a somewhat novel idea when it comes to food. “When someone drives up to the farm in a BMW and asks me why our eggs cost more, well, first I try not to get mad,” said Joel. “Frankly, any city person who doesn’t think I deserve a white-collar salary as a farmer doesn’t deserve my special food. Let them eat E. coli. But I don’t say that. Instead I take him outside and point at his car. ‘Sir, you clearly understand quality and are willing to pay for it. Well, food is no different: You get what you pay for."
Ref: "No Bar Code" by Michael Pollan / article published in Mother Jones Newsletter (2006)
posted by Deb, 9:32 AM

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