Correct Weight for Height

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Find out your Correct Weight for Height... Knowing if you are Underweight, Overweight or at a Normal, Correct Weight...

Find out your Correct Weight for Height... Knowing if you are Underweight, Overweight or at a Normal, Correct Weight...

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  • 1. How to Control Weight Gain & Burn Calories AS SEEN ON TV Correct Weight for Height < click here > to GO
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    • Even though weight sits on us all differently, there is a way to calculate what your ideal weight should be. Using your height and weight, you can calculate this number, usually called the body mass index (BMI).
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    • Measure yourself and note the height in inches. For example, if you are 5'10&quot;, then in total you are 70 inches.
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    • Square your height; that is, multiply the number of inches of your height by itself. Using the previous example of 70 inches, that would mean that you multiply 70 by 70 to get a result of 4,900.
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    • Divide your weight in pounds by the squared number you just came up with. Keeping along with our example, if the 5'10&quot; person is 160, they will divide 160 by 4,900.
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    • For North Americans working with pounds and inches, multiply the number you got from dividing your weight by your squared height by 703 to get your BMI number. U.K. residents should multiply by 6.35 instead of 703. If you are using the metric system, you may skip this step.
  • 7.
    • With your BMI number, Here are the Results:
    • If your BMI is less than 18.5, you are underweight.
    • If your BMI is between 18.5 and 24.9, your weight is normal.
    • If your BMI is between 25.0 and 29.9, you are considered overweight.
    • If your BMI is above 30.0, you are obese.
  • 8. How to Control Weight Gain & Burn Calories AS SEEN ON TV Correct Weight for Height < click here > to GO