BMI Calculator

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If your BMI calculation result is 30 or above, you fall into the obese category.
If your result is 25.0 – 29.9, you are considered overweight.
Results in the range of 18.5 – 24.9 are considered normal.
And, if your calculated result is below 18.5, you are underweight.


The BMI calculation is an estimation, a tool. It is not an exact or definitive result. BMI is calculated based on a formula and therefore has some shortcomings. For instance, BMI doesn’t take genetic history, body type differences, or behaviors such as drinking and smoking into account. If you are an athlete, you may weigh more for your height, but your weight is muscle not fat. Therefore, as an athlete, you would not obtain an accurate BMI by using this formula. BMI is still a useful tool, when used together with other health measurements, to help you to generally understand where you are in terms of body fat ratio, and whether your health is at higher risk for diseases such as heart disease or diabetes.

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