How To Calculate BMI (Body Mass Index). Body Mass Index (BMI) is a measure that uses your height and weight to work out if you have a healthy weight.
The calculation to work out BMI divides an adult’s weight in kilograms by their height in metres squared.
A Range of 18.5 to 24.9 BMI is ideal for most adults
If your BMI is:
Calculate your BMI with our free BMI Calculator below.
Your BMI is……
|less than 18.5:||Underweight|
|18.5 – 24.9:||Normal weight|
|25 – 29.9:||Overweight|
|30 – 34.9:||Class I Obese|
|35 – 39.9:||Class II Obese|
|40 upwards:||Class III Obese|
To get a healthy weight range for a particular height, BMI takes into account natural variations in body shape.
Other Factors are also taken into account when assessing if you are a healthy weight, as well measuring your BMI.
Because muscle is much denser and therefore, heavier than fat, very muscular people, such as athletes, weight trainers and heavyweight boxers, may be a healthy weight even though their BMI is classed as obese.
Because BMI does not differentiate between muscle and fat, BMI is not used for young Children as they are still developing. Athletes and bodybuilders as they may not be at risk despite having a high BMI, pregnant women as the body composition changes and the elderly as muscle reduces with age.
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