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BMI Calculator for Men


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Body Mass Index or BMI is a tool for indicating weight status and body composition in adults. It is a measure of weight for height. Keep in mind that BMI is only based on height and weight; it does not take into consideration your body composition or genetics. A healthy weight for you may be higher than the BMI standards. Your eating habits, physical activity patterns, other lifestyle choices, body composition and genetics are more important than any number on the scale in determining what weight is right for you. Use BMI as a rough indicator, and consult a health care professional to help you determine what weight is right for you.

1. A BMI from 20 through 26:
desirable for most middle-aged adults. Nonsmokers with a consistent BMI within this range have the lowest risk of disease and premature death. In this category, weight gain can be avoided through moderate eating habits and exercise.

2. A BMI from 27 through 29: moderately overweight, carries a slightly increased risk of weight-related health problems, such as high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, heart disease and adult-onset diabetes. People in this group have the hardest decision to make about reducing, given the potential health risks of weight loss. Most people in this category should avoid gaining additional pounds by adopting a low-fat diet and a routine of regular exercise.

3. A BMI of 30 through 40: truly overweight, the risk of developing heart disease and other weight-related conditions rises sharply. Most people should lose weight in this category. Adult-onset diabetics in this category should definitely reduce, since blood-sugar control improves with weight loss.

4. A BMI of 40 or more: severely overweight, you are in great danger of dying early. 80% eat in frequent binges. common. Best weight loss technique is often a fasting diet.

BMI is just a guide - it does not accurately apply to elderly populations, pregnant women or very muscular athletes such as weightlifters.


Body Mass Index or BMI is a tool for indicating weight status and body composition in adults. It is a measure of weight for height. Keep in mind that BMI is only based on height and weight; it does not take into consideration your body composition or genetics.  A healthy weight for you may be higher than the BMI standards.  Your eating habits, physical activity patterns, other lifestyle choices, body composition and genetics are more important than any number on the scale in determining what weight is right for you.  Use BMI as a rough indicator, and consult a health care professional to help you determine what weight is right for you.
 

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