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BMI Calculator, Weight Control

This is a minimal weight calculator with a small error rate

This is a minimal weight calculator with a small error rate

BMI Calculator, Weight Control

by Jianhua Ming
BMI Calculator, Weight Control
BMI Calculator, Weight Control
BMI Calculator, Weight Control

What is it about?

This is a minimal weight calculator with a small error rate

BMI Calculator, Weight Control

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
NA
Size
7Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Utilities
Last updated
December 30, 2019
Release date
December 10, 2019
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App Store Description

This is a minimal weight calculator with a small error rate
-Calculate BMI Body Mass Index
-Calculate your ideal weight
-Support switching between metric and imperial units
-Exclusive support for WHO international standards, Asian standards and Chinese BMI body standards switching

This is the ideal companion app for your weight loss program. Whether you want to lose weight or gain weight, the app helps you assess your current weight.

Body Mass Index (BMI, Body Mass Index) is an important standard used to measure the degree of obesity and health of the human body. It is mainly used for statistical analysis. The absolute value of weight cannot be used to determine the degree of obesity, which is naturally related to height. Therefore, BMI obtains a relatively objective parameter through two values ​​of body weight and height, and uses this parameter to measure the body mass.

Body mass index BMI = weight / height square (in international units kg / m ^ 2)
Ideal BMI (18.5 ~ 23.9) = weight (unit Kg) ÷ height square (unit m) According to the standards set by the World Health Organization, Asians with a BMI (Body Mass Index) above 22.9 are considered overweight. Asians and Europeans and Americans belong to different races. The WHO standards are not very suitable for Asians. For this reason, Asian reference standards have been developed:

The world standard for obesity is: BMI is in the normal range from 18.5 to 24.9, BMI greater than 25 is overweight, and BMI greater than 30 is obese. Asian standards for obesity: Asians are relatively small, and it is not appropriate to use the world standard for obesity. For example: when the BMI is 24.9 in Japan, the risk of hypertension is tripled; in Chinese in Hong Kong, the BMI has the lowest mortality rate at 23.7, and it starts to rise when it is higher. Experts believe that the standard of obesity in Asians should be that BMI is normal at 18.5 to 22.9, BMI greater than 23 is overweight, and BMI greater than 30 is obese. Chinese standard for obesity: Chinese experts believe that although the Chinese are Asian, the upper limit of the normal range of body mass index should be lower than the Asian standard. Some experts have suggested that the optimal value of Chinese body mass index should be 20-22, BMI greater than 27.9 is overweight, and BMI greater than 30 is obese.

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