Our expert says:
Your present BMI = 26,1 which is just above the upper level of the normal range (18-25). I would suggest that you try to start exercising again. It is not necessary to go to a gym, all you need do is to buy a skipping rope and start skipping for at least 30 min a day (10 min in the morning, afternoon and evening), whenever you get a chance. Combine the exercise with your diet making sure that you do not eat a lot of fat and I am sure you will be able to lose weight. Click on 'DietnFood' at the top of this page, then on 'Healthy Diets' and select one of the slimming diets to use in conjunction with your exercise programme. If you can get back to an ideal BMI of 22, for which you would need to weigh 68 kg (thus a loss of 13 kg), then you will look slim and beautiful again. But you will need to stick to your diet and exercise as faithfully as you stuck to your ballet and then you will see the results. Do not chop and change between diets as this can have a negative effect on your metabolism.
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