BMI is a quick and easy way to determine if your weight is appropriate for your height. It’s just a general measure (and isn’t always accurate for everyone), but can give you an idea of where you are so that you know where you need to go! Enter your information below:
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There are some drawbacks to using BMI. It is not very accurate for pregnant women, people less than five feet tall, or people who have a lot of muscle mass. For most adults, however, there is a clear correlation between higher BMI and negative health consequences. Just remember, BMI is a guideline to help you decide your target weight. If you feel you need more help, you can talk to your doctor or other health professional.
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