Family Healthy - BMI Calculator for Adult & Child is an app which can calculate your BMI (Body Mass Index) based on the relevant information on body weight, height, age and gender. With this app, you can keep abreast of your and your family's BMI, and check the body stats to find your ideal weight.
Add information of family members and record their body data and diaries by establishing a family circle.
Analyse data and give health advices.
Data Synchronization with Google Fit.
Support WHO, USA, Asia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and other countries and regions in health standards.
Support BMI computing for Adults and Kids.
Imperial and metric measurement units are supported.
The interface of the app is beautiful, simple and practical.
I added all family members,It's really convenient to record. There are also child growth curves for reference.
I like the function of health diary best. It helps me keep memories.
A very professional BMI calculator，support multiple standards and be trustworthy.
Body Mass Index (BMI) is a person’s weight in kilograms divided by the square of height in meters. For children and teens, BMI is age- and sex-specific and is often referred to as BMI-for-age. In children, a high amount of body fat can lead to weight-related diseases and other health issues and being underweight can also put one at risk for health issues.
For children and teens, BMI is not a diagnostic tool and is used to screen for potential weight and health-related issues. For example, a child may have a high BMI for their age and sex, but to determine if excess fat is a problem, a health care provider would need to perform further assessments. Recommends the use of BMI to screen for overweight and obesity in children beginning at 2 years old.
BMI is interpreted differently for children and teens even though it is calculated as weight ÷ height2. Because there are changes in weight and height with age, as well as their relation to body fatness, BMI levels among children and teens need to be expressed relative to other children of the same sex and age.
After an expert assessment, the World Health Organization believes that the overweight indicators of adults in Southeast Asia are lower than the world average. According to the situation of each country, the demarcation value of overweight fluctuates between 22 and 25.
To help your child maintain a healthy weight, balance the calories your child consumes from foods and beverages with the calories your child uses through physical activity and normal growth.\n\n Remember that the goal for children who are overweight is to reduce the rate of weight gain while allowing normal growth and development. Children should NOT be placed on a weight reduction diet without the consultation of a health care provider.
BMI can be used for population assessment of overweight and obesity. Because calculation requires only height and weight, it is inexpensive and easy to use for clinicians and for the general public. BMI can be used as a screening tool for body fatness but is not diagnostic.