Body mass index (BMI) is a common method for interpreting body weight. It analyses your weight in relation to your height.
The calculated value should be in the range of 18.5-24.9 kg/mÂ² for adults. If the value is above 30 kg/mÂ², this is considered obese.
The following formula is used to calculate BMI: Body weight (kg) / heightÂ² (in m).
For it is not only the BMI which serves as a guideline; waist circumference is also helpful here. Investigations have shown that the health risk is increased by excessive fat distribution to the abdomen. The guideline value here is waist circumference, taken from between the bottom rib bone and the top of the pelvis. Men are at higher risk at waist measurements >94 cm, women at >80 cm.
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