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Popular TV chef with a body mass index of 31 - he thinks this is the ideal diet

2020-08-31T15:09:49.484Z

Those who want to lose weight are spoiled for choice: low carb, food combining, weight watchers, etc. TV chef Tim Mälzer knows why diets are basically of no use.



Those who want to lose weight are spoiled for choice: low carb, food combining, weight watchers, etc. TV chef Tim Mälzer knows why diets are basically of no use.

  • TV chef and cookbook author Tim Mälzer is too fat.

  • In the "grocery check" format, which ran some time ago on ARD, doctors certify the cook is overweight.

  • In the program, Tim Mälzer not only dealt with the perfect diet, but also with the right recipe to lose weight in the long term, as well as the body mass index.

Tim Mälzer: TV chef overweight according to the Body Mass Index

The topic of losing weight is on everyone's lips because around two thirds of men and almost half of women in Germany are considered overweight.

Diets promise a remedy: low carb, food combining, formula diets or weight watchers should quickly put an end to the excess kilos.

But as Stern reports, among others, diets only work if you stick to them over the long term.

If not, there is

the notorious yo-yo effect, which conjures up the pounds back on the hips

.

Tim Mälzer had to weigh in on the ARD program Lebensmittelcheck some time ago.

His body mass index (BMI) was 31 - so overweight

.

The TV chef has gained 15 kilos in the past few years.

He knows exactly which foods are healthy, but describes himself as a connoisseur who sometimes beats the strictest.

Body mass index table

Weight

Body mass index female

Body mass index female

Underweight

under 20

under 19

Normal weight

20-25

19-24

Obesity

26-30

25-30

Obesity

31-40

31-40

severe obesity

greater than 40

greater than 40

You just don't lose weight despite exercising

?

That could be the reason

.

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Tim Mälzer: That's why he doesn't take his body mass index seriously

Tim Mälzer actually doesn't want to lose weight.

As long as he feels good and no doctor certifies that he is obese, he wants to stay the way he is, he says on the TV show.

There is no such thing as the perfect diet for the cook.

His recipe for healthy and sustainable weight loss:

change your diet and build muscle mass

.

The BMI is not only the wrong approach for Mälzer, but now also for many medical professionals, because it does not take into account the fat and muscle mass percentage of the body.

Mälzer has enough muscles, but a body fat percentage of 31 percent.

Because that's too much, doctors advised him on the show to exercise regularly and make a slight change in diet.

On Sat.1, the cooking show "The Taste" went into its seventh season.

One change made the fans happy.

Body mass index is a thing of the past

: This is how the WHtR is calculated.

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Source: merkur

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