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BMI Calculator

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Body Mass Index
According to the Panel on Energy, Obesity, and Body Weight Standards published by American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, your category is:
To calculate kgs to lbs = kgs x 2.2046

Body Mass Index (BMI) measures the relationship between weight and height and is one of the most accurate ways to determine if extra pounds pose health risks. In June of 1998, the federal government announced guidelines which established a definition of a healthy weight. A BMI score of 20-24 is associated with the lowest health risk, while a BMI of 25-29.9 is considered overweight. Individuals who have a BMI in the range of 25-34.9 and who have a waist size of over 35 inches for women or 40 inches for men are considered to be at an especially increased risk for health problems. Exceptions to a high BMI score include athletes whose BMI is high due to increased muscle mass, and pregnant or lactating women.

According to health experts, people who are overweight but who have no other risk factors (such as heart disease, hypertension, or diabetes) should eat healthfully and exercise to prevent further weight gain. It is recommended that individuals who are overweight and who have health risks actively try to lose weight. A weight loss of just five to ten percent can reduce an individual's risk for other health problems. It is suggested that individuals consult a doctor or other health professional before beginning any exercise or weight loss program.

Please note that BMI does not take into consideration body tissue makeup. It classes both fat and muscle together. So, for example, if you are a short bodybuilder and have a lot of muscle mass for your height the BMI will be grossly inaccurate. Because it will class the muscle as fat.

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