Body Mass Index (BMI)

How do you know that your weight is normal. After all, it is not just your weight, but also your height that determines normal from abnormal. So if you are tall you can weigh a lot more before you are medically classified as overweight. And on the contrary, the shorter you are, the less weight you can carry around.

This is where the Body Mass Index, popularly known as the BMI comes into play. It is a way of standardising everyone’s weight, taking into account their height. The formula and normal values  can be found easily on the web, but in case you need it, here is more information on BMI.

Keep your BMI in the normal range (18.5-25) and you will ward off many of our lifestyle as well as reproductive problems.

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