Obesity 1


Obesity 2

Your BMI is the norm

It would be beneficial for you to slim down

and return your weight within normal limits.

Some of the risks

Development of type 2 diabetes

High blood pressure

Cardiovascular problems

Metabolic age

1 year

The metabolic age is an indicator for the age of your body. If it is higher than your actual age, your metabolism is slower than it should be. In this case you need to go on a calorie-restricting meal plan and increase your level of physical activity in order to increase your physiological processes. If your metabolic age is lower or equal to your actual age, your body feels well and you should keep up the good work.

The basal metabolic rate (BMR) is the amount of energy needed while resting in a temperate environment when the digestive system is inactive. It is the equivalent of figuring out how much gas an idle car consumes while parked. In such a state, energy will be used only to maintain vital organs, which include the heart, lungs, kidneys, nervous system, intestines, liver, lungs, sex organs, muscles, and skin.

For most people, upwards of ~70% of total energy (calories) burned each day is due to upkeep. Physical activity makes up ~20% of expenditure and ~10% is used for the digestion of food, also known as thermogenesis. Most men have a BMR of about 1,600 to 1,800 kCals a day. Most women have a BMR of 1,550 kCals a day.



Daily recommended




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Ideal weight

0-14 lbs

This is the weight that other people of the same height and at the same age consider perfect.

Achievable weight

7 lbs

The weight you can achieve without putting your health at risk. The results may vary, so we can't engage with that you will achieve this result.