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Ideal body weight should be based upon height, muscle and bone density.

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It is based on Body Mass Index or BMI. The calculation is done by dividing your weight in kilograms by your height in meters twice (kg/m2). Ideal body weight is a range from 18.5 to 24.9 BMI.


The Ideal Weight Calculator computes the ideal body weight as well as a healthy body weight range based on height, gender, and age. People have pursued an ideal weight formula for centuries, and hundreds of formulas and tables have been created.


Based on the Body Mass Index, your ideal weight would be anywhere between 111 and 146 pounds.


Ideal body weight is the body weight in which an individual is expected to perform best at. This is also what is considered to be the most healthy.


The "ideal weight" is based on gender and height (and to some extent, age), and there are charts (see links) which can tell you. However, you must be aware that the ideal weight for you as an individual is much, much more complicated. Differences based on body mass, muscle vs fatty tissue, bone structure and others all have an affect on what your weight should be.


In order for a person to be considered as being morbidly obese, they would have to weigh at least one hundred pounds over their ideal body weight. A person's ideal body weight is based on their body mass index.



There is no 'ideal' weight for a human being because weight is related to height and body composition. What counts more than your body weight, is your body fat percentage.


body weight depends on your body structure. ideally u should weight between 45-53 kgs.


Yes. Try wii fit. If its in the yellow block you have an ideal body weight( It also means healthy weight)


The Diet Calculator computes the ideal body weight as well as a healthy body weight range based on height, gender, and age. People have pursued an ideal weight formula for centuries, and hundreds of formulas and tables have been created.


There is no ideal weight. It depends on factors, and lots of them. Your family heritage, your genes, your body plan, are you muscular are you skinny, are you fat, are you big boned. Technically there's really no ideal weight for anything, it changes based upon biological and psychological factors.


Height. Between 5' And 5'4Weight. 114 to 135There is no set height for anyone because they is based on genes and can vary widely. There may be an average height but not ideal height.As far as weight goes, again there is no ideal weight for a 14-year-old. The ideal weight of anyone is based on height, gender, and body composition.


The healthy weight calculator is accurate. It calculates your BMI (body mass index) your ideal weight based on your height. It is used for both females and males.


The ideal body weight for new born baby is 2.7 kg to 4 kg.



Average body type simply means what should be the ideal built of an individual. Example: A 5'10 feet person should have 72kg weight.


The ideal weight for a man and woman of the same height is different due to different body requirements. For a man of 5 feet 8 inch the ideal body weight is 151-200 pounds.


It depends on your body structure. I would say around 65 Kg is ideal weight.


There is no set amount that a person should be able to lift based on their body weight.


Ideal body weight range for your height should be 106-130 lbs with an average of 118 lbs.For better calculations you must check up the 'Ideal Body Weight Calculator' in the Related Resources below.


Important factors to consider when calculating body weight are gender, age, and height. Arranging to have a physical exam and talking to your doctor will be helpful in determining and ideal weight.


It depends each person. Her height, her weight and the form of her body.


Ideal body weight would be a body mass index of 20-25, or about 160-170 for a 5' 11" person (male or female).




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