Body Mass Index calculator

Calculating your BMI is a popular and easy way to tell if your weight is putting your health at risk. Our example spreadsheet calculates your BMI after you’ve entered your weight and height.

The higher the BMI, the greater the risk of developing health problems. The World Health Organization (WHO) regard a BMI of less than 18.5 as underweight and a BMI of 25 or more as overweight.

Learn more about the BMI Body Mass Index calculator.

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Calorie usage calculator with a live chart

Had enough of hearing about diets and weight loss? Well, from a physical point of view, there’s really nothing new under the sun. Want to lose a few pounds? Eat less or move around more, that’s all there’s to it.

The difference between your intake of energy (e.g. measured in calories) and the energy you consume on various activities is the only thing that affects your weight.

Here’s a chance to match your calorie intake to your consumption of calories. First, describe how much you spend of a normal day on various levels of physical activity, then enter your approximate daily calorie intake. Depending on the balance between calorie intake and consumption, the spreadsheet calculates your weight change prognosis for the coming 52 weeks.

A nice thing with this example is that it lets us show you the beauty of live charts. Change the figures and the chart changes automatically.

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