Body Mass Index (BMI) is a commonly used and one of the easiest screening tools to determine healthy body weight.
As easy as it is, many healthcare experts question its accuracy because it's only based on height and weight. It doesn't count on gender and age. That's why muscular men might have high BMI yet looking fitter than women or less muscular men with the same BMI. Bare in mind, muscle cell is heavier than fat cell.
Nonetheless, when it comes to evaluating weight and it's impact on health, combining all the information (BMI, body fat percentage, waist-hip ratio, and physical activity) provides the best assessment.
Hence, knowing you BMI is the easiest step to get the idea where you're at.
So, let's do this simple calculation!