Body Mass Index

Body mass index (BMI) is a worth gotten from the mass (weight) and tallness of an individual. The BMI is portrayed as the weight isolated by the square of the body height, and is by and large conveyed in units of kg/m2, coming about in view of mass in kilograms and height in meters .The BMI might be resolved utilizing a table or outline which shows BMI as an element of mass and stature utilizing form lines or hues for various BMI classes, and which may utilize different units of estimation (changed over to metric units for the count). The BMI is a helpful general guideline used to comprehensively classify an individual as underweight, typical weight, overweight, or stout dependent on tissue mass (muscle, fat, and bone) and stature. Ordinarily acknowledged BMI ranges are underweight (under 18.5 kg/m2), typical weight (18.5 to 25), overweight (25 to 30), and large (more than 30)