I mentioned my BMI last week, which I checked using a calculator on the Australian Heart Foundation website.
Using sliders to adjust weight and height, it's also accompanied by a graphic of a body that grows fatter as BMI increases. The trouble is, it might have a bit of a problem with the gradation.
Here it is at a BMI of 25 which, at this morning's DNW (dry nude weight, a term of my invention with which I dismay female workers at the office), I have achieved, the illustration is this:
Yes, I can live with that image - seems pretty accurate to what I'm seeing in the mirror.
But move the weight scale up 1 kg, and at a BMI of 26. this is what the drawing becomes: