The answer is Yes, but... you might want to make sure and wait for another member to confirm my answer as I am unsure. Better yet, why don't you call the Nutrisystem guys because they can answer your Nutrisystem question better...
BMI is also not a good number. Muscular guys always have higher numbers for the same body fat percentage...
The last time I was on the beach, concerned people nearby tried to.
By rolling me back into the surf!.
Another 6 inches in height wouldn't have helped me much I'm thinking.
PS. Basically, we should all weigh less. Thinner, active, eating good things, lots of hydration. Doesn't matter if you are 6'3" and weigh 185still could eat well. At 5'11" and 212 I've got 25 lbs to contribute to 2011. If I was 6'3" tall I'd still have 25 lbs to give away. Still flabby and overweightjust 40-odd lbs less than in Feb 2010..
I hate BMI. The US Army always used that stupid number and they always said I was overweight and need more PT. I played friggin' outside lineback in College, I was built like a building in those days! The Federal Gov't wanted to add a BMI to the Healthcare plan! Gee thanks, but no thanks!..
You were in the Army too? I have always thought your pic looks just like an old army buddy of mine..
When were you in and where were you stationed?..
Im 6'5 and this calculator I just saw say that to be normal BMI I should weigh 210. Seems slim to me considering I want to add more muscle..
Ft. Bragg. Graduated from The Citadel (1988) and did my time with Chemical Corp. I'm a chemist, seemed like a natural fit for me! LOL My friends got to travel the world, not me!..