IDEAL WEIGHT

The ideal weight is the weight value that is proportional to your height so that you can live a healthy life. You can learn your ideal weight based on your gender, height and weight information by using the ideal weight calculation tool. Weak or fat individuals who are out of the ideal weight range become more resistant to diseases, while those in the ideal weight range can live a healthier and longer life.

The most common method used when calculating the height-weight ratio is body mass index calculation. It is obtained by dividing the weight by the square of the height of the person. Although it may vary somewhat depending on the body structure of the person, in general a value between 20-25 is considered normal.

The ideal body mass index was accepted as 22 in men and 21 in women.

0-18.4 (Weak): It shows that your weight is less than your height. If you have these values, you should have a balanced and good eating habit.

18.5-24.9 (Normal): These are the normal limit values ‚Äč‚Äčthat indicate that you have the ideal weight. If you have this profile, be careful to maintain stability and keep your form.

25.0-29.9 (Overweight): It is the value that indicates that you have excess weight according to your height. If you see these values, try to lose weight in a healthy and controlled manner, otherwise you may experience obesity problems.

30.0-34.9 (Obese): If you have these values, it says you are dealing with obesity problems. You should lose weight as soon as possible under the supervision of a doctor. Although obesity is a gradually increasing disease, fast food style foods are thought to cause this. So you should be very careful with what you eat.

45.0 and above (Overly obese): It is a more risky value range than an obese person. Nutrition programs should be organized and controlled by the doctor and dietician as soon as possible.

Unfortunately, the body structure of each person is more or less different from the others and it is not possible to accurately determine the ideal weight for each person based on these values that are accepted as average.

What can you
measure with DigiME?

The percentage of body fat you have at your weight

Type of body fat that's stored within the abdominal cavity.

The mass of all organs except body fat, including muscles, bones ...

Daily amount of energy consumed via food and beverage

Optimal weight for your skeleton system

Segmental analysis of body composition

Basal Metabolic Rate & Body Mass Index

All anthropometric measurements.