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Calculate your BMI – input data directly in the boxes or move the toggles to correspond with your height in centimeters and weight in kilograms. Use the Height/Weight Converter below if you need help converting from inches and pounds to metric measures.


Calculate your BMR – by completing the following formula: be careful to ADD the ones with plus signs "+" and subtract the one with a minus sign "-".


WOMEN: 655 + (4.3 x weight in pounds) + (4.7 x height in inches) - (4.7 x age in years)

MEN: 66 + (6.3 x weight in pounds) + (12.9 x height in inches) - (6.8 x age in years)


Multiply the result of Step One above by one of the following that best describes your activity level below:

Sedentary: Step One x 120%
Lightly Active: Step One x 130%
Moderately Active (exercise most days): Step One x 140%
Very Active (exercise intensely daily for prolonged periods): Step One x 150%
Extra Active (hard labor or athletic training): Step One x 160%

The result is the number of calories you require daily to maintain your current weight. This is called your Basal Metabolic Rate or BMR.


Use the Height/Weight Converter below if you need help converting from metric to imperial measures.

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Overweight for an adult is defined as a person with a body mass index (BMI) greater than 25 kg/m2.

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Is the statement 'you are fat because you eat too much' true?

To some extent yes, but it is not the whole truth. Over-eating is the result of the obesity disorder, not its cause. The tendency to accumulate excess fat is a definite metabolic disorder.

There are 2 kinds of body fat:

Normal fat

  • structural fat – between the organs
  • normal reserve fuel – stored all over the body and available for nutritional emergency

Abnormal fat

  • 'white' adipose fat – unavailable source of energy until other types of fat is burned first

An obese patient who tries to reduce weight by dieting will first lose normal fat reserves. When these are exhausted he begins to burn up structural fat. Only as a last resort will the body give up abnormal 'white' adipose reserves.

Apart from feeling famished, tired and irritable, the dieter loses the 'wrong fat'. He will feel weak and hungry, may be drawn in the face and in the absence of tangible results in the places that count, he just gives up. The ensuing binge frequently results in more weight gained than had been temporarily lost.

This is not the case with the Skinny World Program which guarantees to target your 'white' adipose or hard to get rid of fat – without even exercising.

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