A few questions to help you figure out if you should lose weight. Or maybe not ...

This is a great way to see if there are extra centimeters. And you will also find out the reason: overeating, too much sweets, or lack of exercise.

Body Mass Index (BMI)

The body mass index (BMI) was developed in 1869 by Adolphe Quetelet, a Belgian mathematician, sociologist, pioneer of scientific statistics.

It allows you to assess the degree of correspondence between the mass of a person and his height. The resulting digital value shows whether your weight is within normal limits or there are deviations in one direction or another.

- BMI up to 16 - starvation
- BMI 16,1-16.99 - emaciation
- BMI 17-18.49 - underweight
- BMI 18.5-24.99 - correct bodyweight
- BMI 25-29.99 - overweight
- BMI 30-34.99 - 1st-degree obesity
- BMI 35-39.99 - 2nd-degree obesity
- BMI over 40 - 3rd-degree obesity

For example, a person's weight is 64 kg, and his height is 162 cm. The body mass index in this case is: BMI = 64: (1.62 x 1.62) = 24.3.

The golden mean) but I think that a little more than normal weight. 11 years old, height 165 and weight 61 -62, although the norm for me is 55! But there is nothing special with the appearance). The belly hardly sticks out, but there are 2 chins, but not the largest, the frogs spread out when I sit. To be honest, I thought that I was fat, but I pass the test for the millionth time and everything is okay! Girls, you are all beautiful! Each has its own peculiarity! And the opinion of others is nonsense!