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The BMI is a
formula that involves dividing one’s weight (in kilograms) by one’s height
in meters squared. The resulting number is one’s BMI. The BMI is not adjusted for age, gender or
other health status. It is meant to be a proxy for excess adipose
tissue in the body.
Normal BMI is less than 18
if less than 25 but greater than 18 it is overweight
from 25 to 30 is obese
above 30 is severe obese
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Jul 4th, 2015
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