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“What’s my ideal weight?” It’s a pretty normal question for most men and women. Knowing your ideal weight can help you make healthy choices for fitness, nutrition and lifestyle. Use this ideal weight calculator to find out the ideal weight for someone your height.
Understanding your Ideal Weight:Your ideal body weight varies based on gender, age, and current health. This ideal weight calculator is an approximation and based on the standard equations provided by Welltech Solutions. Calculators are appropriate for healthy, non-pregnant adults. Please consult your physical or medical provider for more specific calculations of your ideal body weight.
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♣ Body mass index (BMI): is measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to both adult men and women.For an Ideal body weight, you should keep Body Mass Index between 18.5 and 25. BMI does not differentiate between body fat and muscle mass. Therefore, body builders and people who have a lot of muscle bulk will have a high BMI but are not overweight.
Being overweight or underweight can affect your health
♣ If you are overweight:If you are overweight (BMI over 25), nutritionist suggested you may possibly develop:
Cardiovascular (heart and blood circulation) disease
Gall bladder disease
High blood pressure (hypertension)
Non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus
Osteoarthritis-this is induced by the excess weight of obesity and can be a major problem. If inadequately managed it can be a barrier to adequate weight loss.
Certain types of cancer, i.e. breast, colon, endometrium and prostate.
Social implications that is often neglected.
♣ If you are underweight:If you are underweight (BMI less than 20), nutritionist suggested you may possibly develop:
Compromised immune function
Tuberculosis (an infection of the lung)
Digestive (stomach) disease
Fat predominantly distributed around the waist is also a risk factor for health complications such as cardiovascular disease and type II diabetes.Fat predominantly deposited around the hips and buttocks doesn't have this same risk.
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