Lose Overweight

Welcome To Lose Overweight!

This website is designed to provide you with interesting information on how to optimally lose weight, living a happier and healthier life. Our dedicated team is constantly searching national and international media, articles and scientific literature to give you up-to-date information on how to optimise your weight and stay healthy.


BMI Calculator

Here is our diverse BMI (Body Mass Index) calculator. This calculator will allow you to measure whether your weight is normal, or if you are overweight or obese. This is as simple as entering your weight and height below, and the calculator doing the maths for you.

Body Mass Index Calculator

Enter Your Height:

Enter Your Weight:

Your BMI Is:

This Means You Are:

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What Your Results Mean

The above calculator just generated a number that represents your BMI (Body Mass Index). Using this number, you can see your weight category, which will help you decide how you should approach losing, maintaining or gaining weight in order to stay healthy.

If your BMI is less than 15 - You Are Very Severely Underweight

If your BMI is between 15 and 16 - You Are Severely Underweight

If your BMI is between 16 and 18.5 - You Are Underweight

If your BMI is between 18.5 and 25 - Congratulations! Your Weight Is Healthy!

If your BMI is between 25 and 30 - You Are Overweight

If your BMI is between 30 and 35 - You Are Moderately Obese (Obesity Class I)

If your BMI is between 35 and 40 - You Are Severely Obese (Obesity Class II)

If Your BMI is greater than 40 - You Are Very Severely Obese (Obesity Class III)

Click Your Corresponding Weight Class In Order To Receive Useful Information On How To Stay Healthy

Did you know that:

In the whole world population, 35% of people aged 20 and over were overweight, and 11% were obese in 2008.


Did you know that:

74.1% of Americans and 63.8% of Britons aged 15 years and older were overweight or obese in 2007.

Lauren Streib (8 February 2007). "World's Fattest Countries". Forbes:

Did you know that:

Physical excercise briefly blocks hunger and delays eating time.

Kina NA, Burley VJ, Blundell JE,; European Journal of Clinical Nutrition [1994, 48(10):715-724]: