Our expert says:
Firstly you started off your exercise regimen with a BMI of 20,5 which is already below the ideal and now your BMI = 20,9 which is still below the ideal of 22. You are thus in no way overweight and are actually in the low-normal range. In similar fashion your body fat% when you started was below the normal range. According to Prof Tim Noakes in his book 'The Lore of Running', the normal body fat percentage of adult women who are not elite athletes is 24% and 14% for adult men. I do not think that your body fat % has increased by 2.3% and I would question to accuracy of the instruments used to determine your body fat%. If you are doing a great deal of exercise then you will be developing your muscle tissues which ironically weigh more than fat tissue! But you will certainly not be producing fat esp because the diet you describe is practically minimalistic and your weight is so low. Please don't worry about these read-outs, just enjoy your svelte body and increased fitness.
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