How to gain healthy body fat is the most asked question if you are underweight and if it’s the result of poor nutrition or if you are pregnant or have other health concerns. Some people need to gain weight after illness or surgery or to reach a healthy size. Do you know being underweight can be just as bad for your health as being obese? This article will give you a clear outline or a simple strategy to gain healthy body fat quickly and of course in a healthy way.
What does underweight mean?
Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on your height and weight. If your BMI is below 18.5, this is estimated at less than the body mass needed. BMI 18.5–24.9 is considered as a normal weight. Body mass index over 25 is considered as overweight and over 30 is considered as obese.
Among us, we can see that some people are naturally very skinny or thin by born but still, they are healthy and strong as well. So being underweight according to the BMI scale does not mean that you have a health problem.