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How to Calculate a BMI | Ausmed Explains...

pounding and measuring overweight and

obesity body mass index BMI is used to

classify it weight it is calculated as

the ratio of weight in kilograms divided

by height and meters squared

letters BMI is equal to weight in

kilograms divided by height and meter

squared

how about calculating your own one the

table gives the classification if you're

underweight less than eighteen point

five normal weight is eighteen point

five to twenty four point nine nine

you're overweight you're not obese

starting to work is just above the

twenty five but when you get to 30 it is

classified as a class-one obese and

above 35 is class two obese class three

is over forty

the BMI does not necessarily reflect

body fat distribution or describe the

same degree of obesity in different

population groups

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