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People are born with an inherited body type based on skeletal frame and body composition. Most people are unique combinations of the three body types: ectomorph, mesomorph, and endomorph.What best describes body composition?
The composition of the body is best described as BMI or BMR. These abbreviations stand for Body-Mass Index or Body-Mass Ratio. These give us the allowable body fat based on the height and weight of an individual. This is a clear indication of the body mass that should be appropriate to the height and build of the body.What are the normal ranges for body composition?
However, there are ranges established for optimal health--for men this range is 10-25%, and for women it's 18-30%. Being too thin can be just as dangerous as being overweight or obese. For example, women need to have at least 13-17% body fat in order to menstruate, a normal body process.