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Take the BMI test to determine if your height to weight ratio is a healthy one.

BMI refers to Body Mass Index, which correlates with body fat. BMI is a mathematical formula that expresses height-to-weight ratio. Measured in kilograms, the person's body weight is divided by the square of his height in meters. The BMI test is an extremely easy way to find out if you are over or under weight for your height.

It is important to take the test and to find out if you are indeed over or underweight because then you can work to gain the ideal height to weight ratio for the average American of your age.

Overweight, defined as a BMI of 25-29 for adults, refers to increased body weight in relation to height and may or may not be due to increased body fat. It may also be due to an increase in lean muscle. Apart from adults, children or teenagers are also encouraged to take the height to weight ratio test to detect any obesity problems early.

In some cases, BMI is also used to detect how much of at a risk you are to getting sick. As BMI increases, the risk for some disease also increases. Some common conditions related to overweight and obesity include: premature death, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, osteoarthritis, certain cancers, and diabetes.

In fact, this height to weight ratio is so popular these days, you can easily locate a BMI calculator online and count your BMI from the comfort of your own home. All you need is to check your height and weight. Most of these sites will also provide charts to explain your BMI results.

As quick as a jiffy you'll be able to find out if your height to weight ratio matches the average American. And also if you could be under or over weight, and take steps to protect yourself from related diseases.

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