How does Body Fat influence BMI

How does Body Fat influence BMI

Behind the well known BMI (Body Mass Index) calculation lays much topic for discussion. Started as a general indicator of acceptable weight range, is the BMI calculation for many an A to Z ...
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What should my waist measurement be?

What should my waist measurement be?

A ratio of around 0.4 - 0.5 is considered to be a healthy range for waist measurements.
This is a very simple calculation based on the ratio of your waist measurement in relation to ...
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Measuring up! How to measure yourself

Taking measurements is easy ...

Areas to be measured should be without clothing. When measuring limbs, use your dominant side (i.e. if you are right handed, then measure your right side limbs). The tape measure should not pinch ...
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Is your weight normal for your age, height and gender? Did you know that being underweight can be unhealthy just as being overweight can? How many calories per day ...
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Body Mass Index (BMI)

Body Mass Index is a simple calculation which uses your height and weight in a standard calculation to determine if your weight is correctly proportional to your height..
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Ideal Weight

Ideal Weight for Men and Women is subjective and is strongly related to an individual's calorie intake, nutritional habits, activity levels and general fitness levels ...
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Percent Body Fat and Lean Body Mass

Because of the limits of the values from a BMI calculation for an above average muscular person, can the body status often be better estimated through the use of "Percent Body Fat" and "Lean Body Mass" ...
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Waist to Height Ratio (WHtR)

The Waist to Height Ratio (WHtR) is calculated by dividing your waist size by your height. The WHtR may give a more accurate assessment of health for serious athletes, especially body builders, who have a higher ....
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RMR (Resting Metabolic Rate)

Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) and BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) are scales of measurements for the metabolism of your body. They indicate the required calorie intake when the body is at complete rest ...
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