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Do you have an ideal weight?

Enter your height in centimeters and your weight in kilograms in the form below and press the "Let's see" button.
(Please read disclaimer below before using this form)

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If your BMI is below 20:

This indicates a lean BMI, which means you have a low amount of body fat. If you are an athlete, this can be desirable. If you are not an athlete, a lean BMI can indicate that your weight may be too low which may lower your immunity. If your BMI and body weight are low, you should consider gaining weight through good diet and exercise habits, to increase your muscle mass.


If your BMI is between 20 and 22:

This indicates the ideal, healthy amount of body fat, which is associated with living longest, and the lowest incidence of serious illness. Coincidentally, 20.0 seems to be the ratio that many individuals perceive to be the most aesthetically attractive.


If your BMI is between 22 and 25:

This is still considered an acceptable range, and is associated with good health. However, it would be good to do some exercises and watch what you are eating.


If your BMI is between 25 and 30:

You are considered "Hefty" and should find ways to lower your weight, through diet and exercise. You are at increased risk for a variety of illnesses at your present weight. You should lose weight by changing your diet and exercising more.


If your BMI is over 30:

This indicates an unhealthy condition, your excess "Prosperity" is putting you at risk for heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, gall bladder disease and some cancers. You should lose weight by changing your diet and exercising more.



This form is based on the calculation of "Body Mass Index" and is only meant to be a demonstration of how JavaScript(tm) could be used on a Web Page. Information it contains may not be accurate and is not designed or intended to serve as medical advice. You should not act in accordance to the "comment" provided in this form and I shall not be liable for any physical or psychological damages suffered as a result of using this form or script.

The BODY MASS INDEX is used to define nutritional status and is derived from the formula:

Weight(Kg) / Height(m)2


PID: 1002 CLT: 0.001 LMD: 2013-Aug-17

Updated 2007 Oct. 09