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Body Mass Index (BMI)


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Height

Weight

Height

Weight

Body mass index, or BMI, is used to determine whether you are in a healthy weight range for your height.

BMI is a useful measurement for most people over 18 years old. But it is only an estimate and it doesn’t take into account gender, age, ethnicity and body composition. We recommend you also check your waist measurement, and other risk factors.

This calculator shouldn’t be used for pregnant women or children.

Your BMI is

Your Ideal Body Weight (IBW) is *

*Ideal body weight is affected by the frame size, Please consult your dietitian for more details.

Waist to Hip Ratio (WHR)


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Waist

Hip

Regardless of your height and build, a relative excess of fat around your waist appears to increase your risk of developing one or more chronic diseases or conditions such as heart disease and diabetes. One way doctors recommend assessing your weight-related risk is by measuring your waist circumference in relation to your hip circumference.

Instructions

Measure the circumference of your waist and hips in centimetres. Your waist circumference is measured at the narrowest point between your ribs and hips after exhaling. Once you have taken this measurement, insert it in the box on the left.

Your hip circumference is measured at the point where the buttocks are most extended when viewed from the side. Insert this measurement in the box on the left.

Waist and hip measurements and the advice below are appropriate for adults only and recommended ratios differ based on your age and gender.

Your Waist to Hip Ratio is

Your waist to hip circumference is within the ideal range. Well done. But it can be easy to let yourself slip so try to stay within this range and maintain a healthy weight to help keep your chances of developing heart disease and diabetes low.

Your waist to hip circumference is slightly above the ideal range. However these ratings may not be appropriate for all age and ethnic groups. Whether you are in doubt or have an increased risk, speak to your doctor to make sure and learn more about how you can lower your risks of developing conditions such as heart disease and diabetes.

Your waist to hip circumference suggests your body shape and weight are putting you at increased risk of developing conditions such as heart disease and diabetes. We hope you take this opportunity to talk to your doctor about how you can take steps to reach and maintain a healthy weight and improve your heart health risk with healthy eating and regular physical activity.