Many people are interested in knowing if they have a healthy weight for your height, if you are gaining unwanted kilos or if you have to do are modify your diet to achieve weight gain to improve your health.
The body mass index is a numerical tool that helps determine if the weight at which a person is, is right or not for your height. However it should not be taken as an indication only and rigid. People who have had parents robust, and who spend much of their time to exercise can be mistaken readings of this issue.
It is known that muscles tend to tip the balance because the consistency is different from the fatty tissue, so the body mass index should be used wisely, as a guide in choosing the measures to be taken to achieve the goal to stay at a healthy weight, regardless of fashion trends.
The elements that should be clear are the height in centimeters and weight in kilograms. With these you can start calculating the body mass index.
After setting the height and the number of balance resolves the following formula:
BMI = Weight in Kilograms / (Height in meters X Height in meters)
An example with numbers would look like:
BMI = 60 kg / (165 cms. X 165 cms.)
Depending on the outcome of this operation is that if you have less than 18.5 is underweight, if you are between 18.5 and 24.9 is normal if between 25 and 29.9 as overweight announces is greater than 30 is declared obesity. It is important to remember that BMI is only one measure; an indicator should be used in conjunction with other methods to establish the general health status.
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