How much weight could you lose?

Use our calculator to measure your BMI and find out how much weight LifeShape Clinic could help you lose and be the healthiest version of you.

Body Mass Index (BMI) is used to determine whether you are in a healthy weight range for your height, and give you an idea about your health risks. A BMI between 20 to 251 is considered the healthiest range; high quality research shows this is the range where the risk of dying from all causes is the lowest and is the reference point for all health risk comparisons1.

Why is a healthy BMI important?

Being overweight or obese can lead to a multitude of health issues including increasing your risk of:

Some cancers

Type 2 diabetes

Heart disease

Stroke

Bone & joint problems

Internal inflammation

If you're trying to lose weight healthily and effectively, using your BMI can help you understand how much weight you should lose to reduce your health risks.

What do you weigh in kg?

What is your height in cms?


Your Results

Your Excess Weight: NAN kg

Your BMI: NAN

Your weight is in the Morbidly Obese category because your Body Mass Index is greater than 40.

Understanding your results and recommended next steps

Your results indicate your weight is well above an ideal range, which is detrimental to your health. By taking action today and reducing excess weight, many of the major adverse health effects can be reversed. Losing weight reduces your blood pressure, improves blood glucose control (reversing diabetes progression) and improves the make-up of blood lipids (fats), lowering your risk of heart attack, stroke and cancer.

We know losing weight can be challenging, but we’ll be with you every step of the way. Your health is one of the best investments of your life, and we can get you started on your journey to healthy living today! LifeShape Clinic offers a proven clinical model where weight losses of up to 1kg^ per week are achievable for the length of a program. The program length is set in consultation with one of our specialist dietitians considering your goals and your medical and lifestyle history.

What are the dangers of doing nothing? Morbid obesity presents very high health risks of diabetes, heart attack, stroke and cancer. Once BMI reaches 40 and above your lifespan is reduced by almost 8-10 years. This is the same risk as being a lifetime smoker. However, even morbidly obese people can lose extensive excess weight gaining back those potential lost life years. We encourage you to come and speak to one of our supportive Accredited Practising Dietitians about your weight and health goals today.

Your Excess Weight: NAN kg

Your BMI: NAN

Your weight is in the Obese category because your Body Mass Index is between 30 and 40.

Understanding your results and recommended next steps

Your results indicate your weight is well above an ideal range, which is detrimental to your health. By taking action today and reducing excess weight, many of the major adverse health effects can be reversed. Losing weight reduces your blood pressure, improves blood glucose control (reversing diabetes progression) and improves the make-up of blood lipids (fats), lowering your risk of heart attack, stroke and cancer.

We know losing weight can be challenging, but we’ll be with you every step of the way. Your health is one of the best investments of your life, and we can get you started on your journey to healthy living today! LifeShape Clinic offers a proven clinical model where weight losses of up to 1kg^ per week are achievable for the length of a program. The program length is set in consultation with one of our specialist dietitians considering your goals and your medical and lifestyle history.

What are the dangers of doing nothing? Medical research1,2 shows that obese people have a 60% higher risk of death from all causes, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, liver disease, cancer and respiratory disease compared to healthy weight people (BMI 20-25). The lifespan in obese people by the time they reach 60 is reduced by 2 to 4 years compared to healthy weight people. As you age every additional year saved from improved health is vitally important. We encourage you to come and speak to one of our supportive Accredited Practising Dietitians about your weight and health goals today.

Your Excess Weight: NAN kg

Your BMI: NAN

Your weight is in the Overweight category because your Body Mass Index is between 25 and 30.

Understanding your results and recommended next steps

Your results indicate your weight is above an ideal range, which is detrimental to your health. By taking action today and reducing excess weight, many of the major adverse health effects can be reversed. Losing weight reduces your blood pressure, lowering diabetes risk and improves the make-up of blood lipids (fats), lowering your risk of heart attack, stroke and cancer.We know losing weight can be challenging, but we’ll be with you every step of the way. Your health is one of the best investments of your life, and we can get you started on your journey to healthy living today! LifeShape Clinic offers a proven clinical model where weight losses of up to 1kg^ per week are achievable for the length of a program. The program length is set in consultation with one of our specialist dietitians considering your goals and your medical and lifestyle history.

What are the dangers of doing nothing? Medical research1,2 shows that overweight people have a 30% higher risk of death from all causes, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, liver disease, cancer and respiratory disease compared to healthy weight people (BMI 20-25). The lifespan in overweight people by the time they reach 60 is reduced by 1 to 2 years compared to healthy weight people. In the later years of your life, every additional year is important. We encourage you to come and speak to one of our supportive Accredited Practising Dietitians about your weight and health goals today.

Your current BMI: NAN

Congratulations - as your BMI is between 20 and 25, you are in the healthiest weight range

By maintaining a healthy lifestyle, you have the lowest risk for weight related diseases including heart disease, stroke, vascular disease, diabetes, respiratory disease, and weight related cancers. Keeping fit, maintaining a healthy body weight, not smoking, and eating a healthy diet means your lifetime health risk should remain low.

Your current BMI: NAN

Your BMI is less than the healthy weight range. We recommend that you see your General Practitioner to review the reasons for being underweight and discuss whether you need to aim to gain weightYour BMI is less than the healthy weight range.

We recommend that you see your General Practitioner to review the reasons for being underweight and discuss whether you need to aim to gain weight.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is BMI, and why is it important?

Body Mass Index (BMI) is used to determine whether you are in a healthy weight range for your height, and give you an idea about your health risks. It is measured by your weight relative to your height. A BMI between 20 to 25 is considered the healthiest range; high quality research shows this is the range where the risk of dying from all causes is the lowest and is the reference point for all health risk comparisons.

Can LifeShape Clinic help improve my BMI & health?

Yes! If you’ve been searching for the right weight loss solution for you and you’re tired of ‘solutions’ being temporary, LifeShape is for you. LifeShape Programs are clinically proven to get healthy weight loss results that last, improve your BMI, and reduce your health risks.

Why should I improve my BMI?

Being overweight or obese can lead to a multitude of health issues including increasing your risk of some cancers, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, bone or joint problems, and internal inflammation.

What are some other ways of assessing weight and health?

Other methods to measure body fatness include DEXA Scanning, which is also available at LifeShape Clinic. DEXA is the gold standard for body composition testing and the clinic uses it to accurately map clients’ body composition changes, as well as to identify where internal body fat is contributing to increased health risks.

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^Individual results may vary
1. Body mass index and cause specific mortality in 900,000 adults: collaborative analyses of 57 prospective studies
Prospective Studies Collaboration, Whitlock G, Lewington S, Sherliker P, Clarke R, Emberson J, Halsey J, Qizilbash N, Collins R, Peto R
Lancet, 2009 Mar 28; 373 (9669):1083-96.
2. Overweight and Obesity Linked With an Increased Risk of All-Cause Mortality
Berrington de Gonalez A, Hartge P, Cerhan JR, et al. Body mass index and mortality among 1.46 million white adults.
N Eng J Med 2010; 363:2211-2219
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