INIKATA.com – Body Mass Index (BMI) is the size of the body, the calculation of which combines body weight and height.
BMI measurement results can provide an idea of whether a person has the right weight for his height.
Unhealthy weight can adversely affect your health. Excessive weight can, for example, cause type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and cardiovascular problems.
While too low a weight can increase the risk of malnutrition, osteoporosis and anemia.
As reported by the medical news Today, on Friday (9/11), the formula for BMI is calculated for adults BMI = kg / m2. Divide the weight (in kilograms or kg) by height (in meters and square (m2).
If you are counting instead, try using the BMI calculator. Enter your height or weight in imperial measurements or metrics to find BMI.
BMI less than 18.5
BMI less than 18.5 means you are underweight so you need to gain weight. It is recommended that you ask for a physician or dietitian recommendation.
BMI 18.5-24.9 means you are at a healthy weight. Keeping healthy weight reduces the risk of serious health problems.
BMI 25-29.9 shows you're a bit overweight. You may be advised to lose weight for health reasons.
BMI by over 30
BMI greater than 30 means you are already overweight. Your health can be risky if you do not lose. (Inikata / Fin)