Healthy Weight Chart
Look up your healthy weight range on our height weight chart. The white band shows the healthy weight range for your height.
This height weight chart is based on body mass index and the healthy weight range shown covers both men and women.
Slim women tend to be towards the lower end of the healthy weight range, whilst men could still look slim at the top end of the healthy weight range. This is because of the differences in body composition between males and females.
Maintaining a healthier weight is important for protection against obesity related illness and disability.
If your weight is currently over the healthy range for your height, losing some weight may be beneficial to your health, your looks, and how you feel. The important thing is to aim for a weight loss that is realistic and healthy for you.
To find out how many calories you need to maintain your current weight, or to reach a healthy weight, you can try out the tools in Weight Loss Resources free.
If you are within a healthy weight range on our height weight chart, but don't feel you're at your best at your current weight, have a look at our ideal weight charts which narrow the ranges down for men and women.
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