This online healthy weight calculator will help you to calculate the ideal amount you should weigh based on your height and body-frame type.
Plus, it will also tell you how many pounds or kilograms you will need to lose or gain in order to achieve that ideal.
The calculations used in this calculator are based on the Hamwi Method, a formula developed by Dr. G.J. Hamwi.
What sets this formula apart from other similar formulas (Robinson Formula, Miller Formula, etc.) is that the Hamwi Method accounts for differences in body frames (small, medium and large). Designed for adults at least 5 feet tall.
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So with that, let's use the online healthy weight calculator to calculate how many pounds or kilograms you should ideally weigh.
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Healthy Weight (HW): An estimate of ideal amount you should weigh based any one of many different methods available. No single calculator is capable of determining your exact "ideal," as none can account for your unique fat proportion, bone density, or muscle mass. However, just having an estimated target is better than having no goal at all. As long as you don't go below the safe level of calories per day (1,000-1,200 for women, 1,300-1,500 for men), common sense and a mirror will tell you when you've reached your own unique HW.
Ideal Body Weight Calculation: The formula used in the this page's calculation is based on the Hamwi Method, listed below: