April 07, 2021
It's Katie bringing you another week of tips, hints, styles, and trends to help you look and feel your best!
Do you know your BMI? All you need is your height and weight to calculate your Body Mass Index. Most importantly, BMI is a tool that can indicate whether a person is underweight or if they have a healthy weight, excess weight, or obese. If a person's BMI is outside of the healthy range, their health risks may increase significantly.
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*-- How Your BMI Effects You --*
The Significance of BMI: BMI is a simple, quick calculation meant for use in classifying people who are not physically active and who have an average body composition, and is generally considered a good indicator of whether you're at a healthy, normal weight for your height. Numerous research studies have related BMI, especially the degree of overweight, to an increased risk of developing various diseases as well as premature death.
BMI Ranges: While BMI does not directly measure body fat, it is more accurate at approximating degree of body fatness than weight alone. In addition, because it uses ranges instead of absolute numbers, it does not suggest one absolute "ideal body weight" for each person. Two women of the same height could differ in weight by 10 or 15 lb. and still fall within the normal weight range. Neither ideal body weight nor BMI accounts for differences in body composition (lean vs. fat mass) or waist, chest or hip measurements.
Knowing your BMI is also a key part of goal setting when you are trying to get into shape or maintain the weight you are.
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