The BMI Calculator will help give you an idea of your BMI
BMI can provide an indication of whether you are underweight, normal, overweight or obese. As such BMI is often used to identify possible weight problems in adults. BMI is not and should not be used as a diagnostic tool. A healthcare worker will need to perform further tests to determine if excess weight is a health risk.
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Health International Insurance
Your BMI may have an effect on your health international insurance or your ability to apply for health international insurance. Typically, in cases where there is an applicant with a BMI that is either too high or too low, health international insurance companies may decide to add an additional loading to your premium, or in some cases may decline coverage. This may depend on the insurance company and their policies, so it is advisable to seek advice or information from your health international insurance.
This information should be taken with a grain of salt. These are afterall based largely on statistics and do not constitute medical advice. If you find that you have a high chance of contracting a disease, perhaps you should re-evaluate your life style.