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This BMI calculator (pre-version 1) and any other topics in the vague folder means this BMI subject is not my expertise,
just what I have learnt off Internet, another words there is unlikely to be a mistake however the weight limits might not be set correctly to what health people use.
How this calculator come about. When I stopped growing I always thought of my height in foot-inches, since then New Zealand has gone metric, so guess what? There are not many calculators on Internet that works out the BMI from Foot-Inches & Kilograms.

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B.M.I. (Body Mass Index) Calculation.

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Hint: Some years ago I was weighing myself many times per day, like just before going to work and just after getting home, I put the results into a spreadsheet. As you can imagine, one could not get a diet plan from this “hobby”. But one thing was very clear the most reliable constant figure between day to day, was the reading taken first thing in the morning just minutes after getting out of bed. Either way it is all relative, even if the scale do not give accurate reading, you weigh yourself one day and you are ten percent over weight, and a few weeks later you might five percent overweight you know you are on the right track. The most effective diet plan I found is apart from not eating between meals, is to eat just enough to be hungry before the next meal, and as your stomach shrinks you get less craving for food. Going for quality not quantity

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B.M.I. =
Weight. (in Kg)
Height.2 (in metres)

Enter one entry for height

Height.
e.g. 150 to 180 Centimeters.


  Enter  = Centimeters.
   or   = Feet = Inches.

1 Inch = 2.54 Centimetres

Then one entry for weight,

then click mouse over
[Answer] button.


 

Weight.

   Enter  = Kg.
  or  = Pounds.
  or  = Stone = Pounds.

1 Pound = 0.4536 Kg.
1 Kilogram = 2.2 Pounds.

Click mouse over [Reset]
before you use it again


  B.M.I.   =       
  Goal if Overweight or Obese
  getting to Normal or Overweight.

Kg.
Pounds.
Stone Pounds.

BMI = Weight/(Height2)


< 18.5 = Underweight.
18.5 to 24.9 = Normal.
25 to 29.9 = Overweight.
> 30 = Obese.