Our expert says:
At present your BMI = 20, which is already below the ideal of 22 for your height. One of the prime reasons for this slight weight gain and increase in BMI from 18,8 (when you weighed 62 kg), is that you are still growing and it is normal to gain some weight and height until your 20's. You must under no circumstances try to lose any more weight as this can lead to deficiencies and ultimately to anorexia. You are already tending towards an eating disorder by getting depressed even while your weight is below ideal and feeling guilty for eating 'a bit more'. If you starve yourself at this time of your life, you will develop all kinds of problems in future, including osteoporosis if you don't drink sufficient low-fat milk or eat plenty of low-fat yoghurt. Eat a normal balanced diet and continue with the exercise and you will be fine. You don't really want to look like a 15-year-old for the rest of your life do you?
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