Why Pink Wants You to Stay Off the Scale
If there's one thing we can count on Pink for, it's to keep it real. This past fall, she gave us major fitmom goals by making the most adorable pregnancy announcement ever. And now that she's had her second child, she's hitting up the gym again on the reg.
The scale can be a great tool for those who are on weight-loss journeys. But just like the BMI measurement, it doesn't tell the whole story when it comes to body composition. "Overall, we should shift away from crude numbers as the sole measure of health but take into account dynamic measures like exercise tolerance, total body fat percentage, and other biomarkers collectively to assess health," Niket Sonpal, M.D., assistant clinical professor at Touro College of Medicine in New York City, told us in "The Healthiest BMI Is Actually Overweight." Essentially, weight and BMI are just some of the factors that can be used to evaluate health, but they're not the only ones that should be taken into consideration.