This tool will estimate your BMI (Body Mass Index). Your BMI takes into account your height and weight and is a guideline for overall health.
Thank you for this information. We’ve taken your weight and height to provide an indication of your of body fat. Your BMI or Body Mass Index, shows where you are on a standard weight measurement scale.
Please view the scale below. The numbers span from under 18.5 which is underweight to 30 or above which is considered obese.
You can also measure how your BMI compares to that of other adult Americans by taking your BMI number and comparing it to the four circles below.
Overweight and obese individuals live with a higher risk of suffering from diseases and health conditions such as:
You too can lose weight and be in better health. As our patients experience weight loss, they often see their risk factors for diseases and health conditions decrease. In fact, even a 5% weight loss can improve the risks to your health associated with being overweight like lower blood sugar readings and improved blood pressure. These are just the first milestones along your path to weight loss and better health.
Weight loss that results in even small changes in body composition can pay off to life changing benefits.