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Weight Chart and Body Mass Index

There is no definitive way of assessing who is overweight, underweight or normal weight. However, many doctors use a height and weight system known as the Body Mass Index as a rough guide to determining healthy weight among the general population.

Overweight Chart – Based on Body Mass Index

According to the Body Mass Index, a person whose body mass index is 25+ is considered overweight. The Weight Chart below shows the weight equivalent to a BMI of 25 for each height between 4 feet 10 and six feet.

How to use the Weight Chart

1. Find your height in the Height column

2. Look in the Overweight here column to see when you become overweight

Example

If you are 5 ft 4 inches tall, you become overweight when you reach about 146 pounds

Height

Overweight here

Ft/inches Metres

Pounds

Kilos

4.10
4.11
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
6.0
1.47m
1.50m
1.52m
1.55m
1.57m
1.60m
1.63m
1.65m
1.68m
1.70m
1.73m
1.75m
1.78m
1.80m
1.83m
120 pounds (8 stone 8lbs)
124 pounds (8 stone 12 lbs)
129 pounds (9 stone 3lbs)
133 pounds (9 stone 7lbs)
137 pounds (9 stone 11lbs)
142 pounds (10 stone 2lbs)
146 pounds (10 stone 6lbs)
150 pounds (10 stone 10lbs)
155 pounds (11 stone 1lb)
160 pounds (11 stone 6lbs)
165 pounds (11 stone 11lbs)
169 pounds (12 stone 1lb)
174 pounds (12 stone 6lbs)
180 pounds (12 stone 12lbs)
185 pounds (13 stone 3lbs)
54.5kg
56.3kg
57.8kg
60.4kg
62.2kg
64.5kg
66.3kg
68.1kg
70.4kg
72.7kg
75.0kg
76.8kg
79.0kg
81.8kg
84.0kg

Note: All weights are approximate

If You Overweight According to this Weight Chart

If the above weight chart indicates you are overweight, we strongly recommend you try the Weight Loss Program. It’s a healthy balanced diet with a great range of food, sensible exercise advice, lots of weight loss tips and NO gimmicks.

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