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What is the Normal Weight for my Height ? Find the Right Answer as seen on TV.... Learn to Control Weight Gain and Burn Calories...

What is the Normal Weight for my Height ? Find the Right Answer as seen on TV.... Learn to Control Weight Gain and Burn Calories...

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  • What is the Normal Weight for my Height ? <click here> to GO How to Control Weight Gain & Burn Calories AS SEEN ON TV
  • • The BMI is a measure of weight based on height and is used by health professionals to determine if an individual is at a healthy weight. It is calculated using weight in kilograms over height in meters squared. However, if you know your weight in kilograms and your height in inches, a very easy conversion will allow you to determine your BMI.
  • • Write down your weight in kilograms. If you only have it in pounds, divide that number by 2.2 to get the reading in kilograms.
  • • Multiply your height in inches by 2.54. Then divide that number by 100. This will convert your height to meters, which is needed to determine BMI.
  • • Multiply your height in meters by itself, or square it. For example, if it is 1.75 meters, calculate 1.75 x 1.75 to get the final number you will need to plug into the BMI equation.
  • • Divide your weight in kilograms by your height in meters squared. This number is your BMI.
  • • Compare your final number to these ranges: Underweight = <18.5 Normal weight = 18.5-24.9 Overweight = 25-29.9 Obesity = BMI of 30 or greater
  • What is the Normal Weight for my Height ? <click here> to GO How to Control Weight Gain & Burn Calories AS SEEN ON TV