Calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI)

BMI is used to give you an idea of whether you’re underweight, overweight or an ideal weight for your height. It’s useful to know because if your weight increases or decreases outside of the ideal range, your health risks may increase.

Note – BMI can be an inaccurate measure of healthy weight for pregnant women, children, older people, athletes or very muscular people. It may also need to be adjusted for some ethnic groups, including people of Asian, Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent.

For more information regarding weight loss or BMI, contact your friendly UFS pharmacist or health care professional.

Height in cms:
Weight in kgs:
Your BMI is:
UNDERWEIGHT - Your BMI suggests that you fall into the ‘underweight’ category. Being underweight may result in developing certain problematic health issues and diseases. We suggest you speak to your pharmacist or health care professional on suitable methods for you to return to the ‘healthy weight range’.
HEALTHY WEIGHT RANGE - Your BMI suggests that you fall into the ‘healthy weight’ category. Keep up the great work!
OVERWEIGHT - Your BMI suggest that you fall into the ‘overweight’ category. Being overweight may result in developing certain problematic health issues and diseases. We suggest you speak to your pharmacist or health care professional on suitable methods for you to return to the ‘healthy weight range’. UFS has a range of weight management programs to choose from. You can find your closest UFS Pharmacy here.
OBESE - Your BMI suggest that you fall into the ‘obese’ category. We suggest you speak to your pharmacist or health care professional on suitable methods for you to return to the ‘healthy weight range’. UFS has a range of weight management programs to choose from.