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A woman who was told she was “obese” by doctors despite being a size 10 has spoken out about her experience.
Kayla Reardon, 22, from Florida, said she was left feeling “humiliated” and “belittled” after doctors told her she was overweight and needed to lose weight.
Reardon, who is 5ft 5in and weighs around 11st, said she was shocked when doctors told her she was “obese” and put her on a weight-loss plan.
“I was completely shocked,” she said. “I’ve always been a size 10. I’m not overweight, I’m not obese.
“I eat healthy, I work out. For them to tell me I’m obese, it was really hard to hear.”
Reardon said she was told she was “obese” based on her body mass index (BMI), which is a measure of body fat based on height and weight.
However, BMI has been criticized by many as it does not take into account muscle mass, bone density or body fat percentage.
Reardon said she was put on a weight-loss plan which involved her eating 1,200 calories a day and working out for an hour a day, five days a week.
“I was feeling really … I guess the best word is humiliated,” she said. “I felt like my doctor was belittling me.”
Reardon said she was able to lose the weight and get down to a size 8, but she was still not happy.
“I felt like I was starving myself,” she said. “I was working out for hours every day and I was still not happy with my body.”
Reardon said she has now stopped dieting and is happy with her size 10 body.
“I’m not going to diet anymore,” she said. “I’m not going to punish myself for something that isn’t a problem.”