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This SBMI chart shows your BMI value and its age-dependent significance for the health. Your value is marked in the center of the highlighted area.


The calculation of the body mass index is based on a height of 5 feet 8 inches (173 cm) and a weight of 296 pounds (134.3 kilograms). If it does not seem to be correct, feel free to check your entries.

BMI = 45

Your body mass index (BMI) is calculated as exactly 45.0 kilograms per square meter.

Health aspects

Your weight is at a very high level; in our view, it can cause serious health problems. By classification of the WHO, you are "obese".

SBMI = 65/70

This assessment is based on the newly developed Smart Body Mass Index. Its ideal range is between 30/70 and 39/70.

Your Smart Body Mass Index (SBMI) is calculated as 65/70 or "65 points out of 70".

Things that you may want to discuss with your doctor

It is important to know the extent to which your health can be affected by obesity and what can be done against it.

Important factors influencing the health

  • Blood pressure, hypertension
  • Blood sugar, diabetes
  • Cholesterol
  • Respiratory sleep disorders
  • Locomotor system: joints, muscles, mobility

Possible measures

  • Set a weight target
  • Nutritional
  • Physical activity, exercise
  • Psychological: coaching, therapy
  • Medicaments
  • Surgery

Important to know

This feedback can only be based on the inevitably limited extent of the data that you have entered here. This data has been evaluated by comparing it with the results of the most comprehensive study published so far on the BMI and its associated health risks.

The results and comments above can only give you an estimate that applies to all men at 32 years of age with a body mass index of 45, as a statistical group. They are non-personal. They should never replace medical advice.  Read more...



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