Table ES-3Selected BMI Units Categorized by Inches (CM)and pounds (KG)

Body weight in pounds (kg)
Height in inches (cm)BMI 25 kg/m2BMI 27 kg/m2BMI 30 kg/m2
58 (147.32)119 (53.98)129 (58.51)143 (64.86)
59 (149.86)124 (56.25)133 (60.33)148 (67.13)
60 (152.40)128 (58.06)138 (62.60)153 (69.40)
61 (154.94)132 (59.87)143 (64.86)158 (71.67)
62 (157.48)136 (61.69)147 (66.68)164 (74.39)
63(160.02)141 (63.96)152 (68.95)169 (76.66)
64 (162.56)145 (65.77)157 (71.21)174 (78.93)
65 (165.10)150 (68.04)162 (73.48)180 (81.65)
66 (167.64)155 (70.31)167 (75.75)186 (84.37)
67 (170.18)159 (72.12)172 (78.02)191 (86.64)
68 (172.72)164 (74.39)177 (80.29)197 (89.36)
69 (175.26)169 (76.66)182 (82.56)203 (92.08)
70 (177.80)174 (78.93)188 (85.28)207 (93.89)
71 (180.34)179 (81.19)193 (87.54)215 (97.52)
72 (182.88)184 (83.46)199 (90.27)221 (100.25)
73 (185.42)189 (85.73)204 (92.53)227 (102.97)
74 (187.96)194 (88.00)210 (95.26)233 (105.69)
75 (190.50)200 (90.72)216 (97.98)240 (108.86)
76 (193.04)205 (92.99)221(100.25)246 (111.58)
Metric conversion formula = weight (kg)/height (m)2Non-metric conversion formula = [weight (pounds)/height (inches)2] × 703
Example of BMI calculation: A person who weighs 78.93 kilograms and is 177 centimeters tall has a BMI of 25:Example of BMI calculation: A person who weighs 164 pounds and is 68 inchs (or 5' 8") tall has a BMI of 25:
weight (78.93 kg)/height (1.77 m)2 = 25[weight (164 pounds)/height (68 inches)2] × 703 = 25

From: Executive Summary

Cover of Clinical Guidelines on the Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment of Overweight and Obesity in Adults
Clinical Guidelines on the Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment of Overweight and Obesity in Adults: The Evidence Report.
NHLBI Obesity Education Initiative Expert Panel on the Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment of Obesity in Adults (US).

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