No, don't worry! That's in the healthy BMI range.
Nope, that's a pretty good average healthy bmi
You see, my friend checked her BMI. it's 96. she was like: this is AWESOME! my BMI is better by 7! She's really fat, so i think it's bad. Is it? Please answer!
The BMI scale relies on length, weight and gender to make sense. Age and a value doesn't say much.
BMI is weight/(height*height) in kg and metres, a good BMI for adult females is between 20 and 25. You need to work out the weight not the BMI. About 49 to 60 kg or 108 lb to 132 lb.
yes rather underweight
A BMI of 30 is bad, it means you are obese under 18.5 is underweight18.5-24.9 is acceptable25-29.9 is overweightover 30 is obese
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It is deemed to be just underweight (18.5-24.9 is healthy)
Then your BMI is 29.4, not bad but could do with losing a few.
Omg I have the same bmi and I'm 12 but ya it's healthy just make sure you're being active not a couch potato!
BMI is a bad form of measurement in general, BMI only uses a persons weight and height, the problem with this is that people have different bone density and muscle strength/size. basically the BMI tells you the weight range you should be at if you never worked out in your life. because anyone who have a little bit of extra muscle would be considered overweight according to the BMI
Not necessarily. It depends on your sex and Body Mass Index (BMI)
under 18.5 is underweight18.5-24.9 is aceptable25-29.9 is overweightover 30 is obese
There are different sites to find the ideal BMI using a BMI calculator. Here are some sites: www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/, or also www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/bminojs.htm.
The BMI scale can help you to establish this. If you search online for a BMI calculator, this will help you to understand how healthy your weight is. I believe the NHS website is a useful source of information for this.
A Belgian invented this fomuls in 1835. What is BMI? Often people want to know the Body Mass Index, or BMI. It is your weight in kilograms divided by the square of your height in meters. A kilogram is about 2.2 pounds and a meter is about 39 inches. For example, if you weigh 80 Kg and your height is 1.6 meters (160 cm), then your BMI is 80 / (1.6 x 1.6) = 31. There are lots of web sites with BMI calculators so you just enter your height and weight and it tells you.
"A BMI scale is used to calculate BMI or Body Mass Index; additionally, a BMI chart, formula, or a standard BMI calculator may be used to calculate BMI or Body Mass Index as well."
to measure your bmi you also need to know your weight as bmi is your body fat based on height and weight. go to this site to mease your bmi http://www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/bmi-m.htm
depends on how tall you are. Do a net search for "BMI calculator" and find out
there are many ways to measure bmi. bmi can be measured simply on the computer. go to this site and put in your weight and height and it will give you your bmi. http://www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/bmi-m.htm
Yes, a BMI is considered to be quite thin. A healthy BMI ranges from 18 to 24 in females. A BMI < 18 may be associated with anorexia. Yes, a BMI of 19 is considered to be quite thin. A healthy BMI ranges from 18 to 24 in females. A BMI < 18 may be associated with anorexia.
a BMI is your body measure identifier. so techneclaly a bmi is not considered "good for you".
There really is no average BMI, although the healthy BMI range is 18.5-24.9, roughly.
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