Type in your height and weight to discover your BMI (Body Mass Index), and see if you're in a healthy weight range, underweight, overweight or obese
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Your BMI is 22
This is below the BMI range of 20 to 25 which medical experts consider to be healthy. Consult your GP if you have any questions about your diet needs.
BMI Ranges: What they mean Experts generally consider a BMI below 20 to be underweight and a BMI of 20 to 25 to be healthy. BMIs of 25 to 30 are generally considered overweight while a BMI over 30 is generally considered very overweight.
Doctors, nurses and other health workers around the world use the BMI (Body Mass Index) measurement to get a rough idea of how healthy a person's weight is. Being overweight or underweight can increase your risk of health problems, so it's best to maintain a healthy weight by enjoying a sensible, balanced diet and taking part in regular physical activity. Coca‑Cola supports active, healthy lifestyles and provides detailed nutritional information on all our packaging so you can make informed choices in order to stay within a healthy BMI range.
Are you getting the balance right?
To achieve and maintain a healthy weight, it’s essential to strike a balance between diet and exercise. This is achieved through balancing the calories you consume when eating and drinking (energy in) against the calories you expend through physical activity (energy out). Experts refer to this as energy balance.
BMI isn't always a perfect indicator of whether you are at a healthy weight because it doesn't account for the amount of body fat or muscle mass you might have. A professional athlete, for example, might have a high BMI even though he or she is very fit.
Treat your BMI as an indicator of your weight status, rather than gospel truth. If your BMI seems to be too low or high, the first person you should talk to is your GP.