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  • Writer's picturePremanandhan Narayanan

Weight Loss Journey: Balancing Science and Humor

Are you worried that you are fat?, If you weigh 100 kg, you will weigh only 38 kg in Mars and 16.5 kg in Moon. So you are not fat, you are in a wrong planet.

Well this is how someone can console himself when he is fat. In the mean while he has to take scientific measures to reduce his body weight.

According to BMI ( Body Mass Index) chart, if your height is 175cm, 175 minus 100 should be your body weight, meaning 75 kg.

So reduce weight you have to take scientific measures, in the meanwhile to console yourself you may think you are in the wrong planet.

Embark on a unique exploration of the weight loss journey through the lens of humor and science. This insightful conversation delves into a common struggle many individuals face when addressing their weight concerns. With a touch of whimsy, it playfully suggests that if you feel "fat," it might just be because you're on the wrong planet, not Earth!

The conversation takes a light-hearted approach to a serious matter. It acknowledges the emotional complexities surrounding body image while gently steering the conversation toward the importance of scientific measures for weight management. By citing the Body Mass Index (BMI) chart as a guideline, the talk emphasizes the significance of maintaining a healthy weight for overall well-being.

Listeners are encouraged to consider both the emotional and scientific aspects of weight loss. It aims to inspire those on a journey to better health by acknowledging that while a sense of humor can provide temporary consolation, taking practical steps based on scientific principles is the key to long-term success.


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