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Body Mass Index Chart Misleading by Jim O'Connor
... After calculating their body mass index (BMI), many were shocked to find out their calculated number indicated a detriment to their health. So how do you calculate this number anyway? First off, you can be lazy and go to and have the computer tell you the answer. However, if you want to calculate it yourself simply multiply your weight in pounds by 703 then divide the square of your height in inches. It is that simple. Now after using a body mass index calculator you get your big number.

Life Insurance – Smokers and Overweights Pay Over 50% More! by Michael Challiner
... Previously, only people with a Body Mass Index of 33 or more were considered as overweight. This level has now been reduced by 16%. Now anyone with a BMI of 28 or more is likely to face premiums loaded by 50%. If you're anxious to know whether that includes you, you'll need a calculator! BMI is calculated by dividing your weight in kilos by your height in meters and the result squared. So if you're intending to apply for life insurance is may be as well to loose a few pounds first – oops ...

Body Mass Index (BMI): Are You at a Healthy Weight? by Dana E. Smith
... Calculating your approximate body mass index is relatively straightforward, although you'll probably need a calculator just to save time. To get your BMI, multiply your weight in pounds by 703. Next, divide that result by your height in inches. Then divide that result by your height in inches one more time. As an example, let's say you weigh 180 pounds and are 5 feet 10 inches tall. Multiply 180 by 703 to get 126,540. Next, divide this by 70 (70 inches is the same as 5' 10") to get 1807.7.

Is Body Mass Index or BMI a Real Measure of Obesity or is It Flawed? by Armand Dupuis
... You have gotten much fitter, and improved your health a great deal, but when you calculate your body mass index “You’re still Obese”That’s when most people just give up! However You may even have reduced your percentage of body fat quite a bit over time, but the bmi will “Not Reveal that Success to You”What’s wrong with that picture? First of all, why use a measuring system which won’t even reveal to you, what little Success you are having? It’s hard enough to stay motivated on any weight ...