BMIBody Mass Index (BMI) is the most commonly used method for assessing health risk based on height and weight worldwide. You only need to measure your height (m) and weight (kg), and then use the following formula to assess whether your weight is standard:
BMI = Weight in kg/ Height in m2
BMI is suitable for all people between the ages of 18 and 65, except for pregnant women, lactating women and athletes.
Please enter your weight and height below to assess if your weight is within the healthy normal range:
Do you have an apple shape?
Even if your BMI is within the normal body weight range, it does not mean that your health is at the optimal level. If body fat is mainly distributed in the waist and abdomen area, your risk of developing diabetes increases. Do you want to find if you have an apple shape? Please enter your information below:
|Your waist circumference||inches|
|Your hip circumference||inches|
Cardiopulmonary function assessment
To assess the resting pulse per minute, use the index finger and ring finger to gently press the wrist artery or the carotid artery on the neck, after getting up in the morning. This will tell you about your cardiopulmonary function.
|Pulse per minute||times|
Your exercise heart rate for optimal fat burning
The speed of exercise will affect the effectiveness of burning fat; therefore, it is important to monitor your heart rate during exercises. You only need to fill in your age to calculate the optimal heart rate range.