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BMI CALCULATOR
OBESE WEIGHT-ANALYSIS

World’s most advanced BMI calculator invented by Don Juravin with the latest calculation replacing the 187 years old BMI. Juravin’s BMI is the most accurate real body mass calculator. This BMI helps detect the reasons for your obesity. WHY AM I OBESE or FAT?

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How Juravin BMI Was Calculated?

BMI CALCULATOR

Bolded, or colored, are the chosen/preferred formulations(50 +(2.3*(id26-60)))*2.20462

Healthy Weight source

What is Devine BMI formula?

Females: IBW = 45.5 kg + 2.3 kg for each inch over 5 feet.

Males: IBW = 50 kg + 2.3 kg for each inch over 5 feet.

Robinson

Men: Ideal Body Weight (kg) = 52 kg + 1.9 kg per inch over 5 feet.

Women: Ideal Body Weight (kg) = 49 kg + 1.7 kg per inch over 5 feet.

Broca

Men: Ideal Body Weight (kg) = [Height (cm) – 100] – ([Height (cm) – 100] x 10%)

Women: Ideal Body Weight (kg) = [Height (cm) – 100] + ([Height (cm) – 100] x 15%)

Miller

Men: Ideal Body Weight (kg) = 56.2 kg + 1.41 kg per inch over 5 feet.

Women: Ideal Body Weight (kg) = 53.1 kg + 1.36 kg per inch over 5 feet.

Hamwi

Men: Ideal Body Weight (in kilograms) = 48 kg + 2.7 kg for each inch over 5 feet

Women: Ideal Body Weight (in kilograms) = 45.5 kg + 2.2 kg for each inch over 5 feet.

Ideal Weight

Females: IBW (kg) = 53.1 + 1.36 x (Height (in) – 60)    (53.1/2.20462)+(1.36*(id26-60)

Males: IBW (kg) = 56.2 + 1.41 x (Height (in) – 60)    (56.2/2.20462)+(1.41*(id26-60)

BMI 

BMI = (Current Weight (lbs) / Height (in)2) x 703

Weight to lose

Current weight F – healthy weight

Current weight W – healthy weight

BMR (old)

Females: 4.54 × weight (lbs) + 15.88 × height (in) – 5 × age – 161

Males: 4.54 × weight (lbs) + 15.88 × height (in) – 5 × age + 5

Calorie Break-Even™ (CBE) the new BMR

How much fat your body would lose daily if you eat nothing and maintain your routine.

Advanced BMR developed by Don Juravin and Dr. Marcus Free (includes the coefficient of Activity levels)

Females: BMR F x Activity Level Coefficient

Males: BMR M x Activity Level Coefficient

Daily calories consumed (DCC)

((W6mo – Wnow) x 3500 / 182) + CBE F

((W6mo – Wnow) x 3500 / 182) + CBE M

Excessive daily calories  (CaloriesMaintainDiffernce)

(W6mo – Wnow) x 3500 / 182

Excess fat

Females: ?

Males: ?

Daily junk calories (DJC)

(Total craving + sugary drinks) X 3,500 / 30

Junk Vs. Good

DJC/DCC (round the %)

 

Race

African American

Asian

White

Hispanic

Native American

Other

Formulation

Healthy Weight – Ideal Body Weight

  • Robinson Formula (Robinson 1983):

    • Males: IBW (kg) = 51.65 + 1.85 x (Height (in) – 60)

    • Females: IBW (kg) = 48.67 + 1.65 x (Height (in) – 60)

  • Miller Formula (Miller 1983, Pai 2000) (prefered):

    • Males: IBW (kg) = 56.2 + 1.41 x (Height (in) – 60)

    • Females: IBW (kg) = 53.1 + 1.36 x (Height (in) – 60)

  • Hamwi 1964’s Formula (Harvey 2006):

    • Males: IBW (kg) = 48 + 2.7 x (Height (in) – 60)

    • Females: IBW (kg) = 45.5 + 2.2 x (Height (in) – 60)

  • Devine 1974’s Formula (Pai 2000):

    • Males: IBW (kg) = 50.0 + 2.3 x (Height (in) – 60)

    • Females: IBW (kg) = 45.5 + 2.3 x (Height (in) – 60)

BMI

BMI = (Current Weight (lbs) / Height (in)2) x 703

Target BMI

  • Age 65 and higher

    • BMI MIN = 24

    • BMI MAX = 29

  • Age 55 to 64

    • BMI MIN = 23

    • BMI MAX = 28

  • Age 45 to 54

    • BMI MIN = 22

    • BMI MAX = 27

  • Age 35 to 44

    • BMI MIN = 21

    • BMI MAX = 26

  • Age 25 to 34

    • BMI MIN = 20

    • BMI MAX = 25

  • Age 19 to 24

    • BMI MIN = 19

    • BMI MAX = 24

  • Age 8 to 18

    • BMI MIN = 16

    • BMI MAX = 21

BMI Average

23 or (BMI MIN + BMI MAX) / 2

Weight to lose

= current weight – healthy weight

Calorie Break-Even  

Break-even calories (BEC) are the number of calories an individual can intake daily without losing or gaining weight. While the FDA points to a general 2,000 calories a day, it can actually vary between 1,300 to 3,500. Having an accurate measure is important for your ideal and healthy weight.

Calorie Break-Even= BMR x Activity Level Coefficient

Activity Level Coefficient

  • Not really active = 1.2 

    • Very light activity, almost sedentary and performing only minor activities with a little walking

  • Moderately active = 1.375

    • Light activity, including office work and some walking, light exercise 1 to 3 days per week

  • Active + some exercise = 1.55

    • Moderate activity, including exercises and sports for 1 to 2 hours per session, 3 to 5 session per week

  • Very active + daily exercise = 1.725

    • Heavy activity, including heavy manual labor or intensive sports for 2 to 4 hours per session, every day per week

BMR calculations

Imperial

  • Harris-Benedict equation (1919):

    • Males: BMR = 66 + 6.23 x weight (lbs) + 12.7 x height (in) – 6.8 x age

    • Females: BMR = 655 + 4.35 x weight (lbs) + 4.7 x height (in) – 4.7 x age

  • Mifflin-St. Jeor equation (prefered):

    • Males: BMR = 4.54 × weight (lbs) + 15.88 × height (in) – 5 × age + 5

    • Females: BMR = 4.54 × weight (lbs) + 15.88 × height (in) – 5 × age – 161

Metric

  • Harris-Benedict equation (1919):

    • Males: BMR = 66 + (13.7 x weight (lbs)) + (5 x height (cm)) – (6.8 x age)

    • Females: BMR = 655 + (9.6 x weight (kg)) + (1.8 x height (cm)) – (4.7 x age)

  • Mifflin-St. Jeor equation (prefered):

    • Males: BMR = 10 × weight (kg) + 6.25 × height (cm) – 5 × age (years) + 5

    • Females: BMR = 10 × weight (kg) + 6.25 × height (cm) – 5 × age (years) – 161

Calories into fat

9 calories = 1 gr of fat

9,000 calories = 1 kg of fat

255.15 calories (28.3495 gr X 9 calories) = 1 oz of fat

4,082 calories (453.592 gr X 9 calories) = 1 pound of fat

 

Calories Intake Surplus/Excess CaloriesMaintainDiffernce

Calories eaten in excess of CBE

(W6mo – Wnow) x 3500 / 182 x (CBE / calories_maintain_6monthago)

BMR

  • M: = (66 + (6.23 x weight) + (12.7 x height) – (6.8 x age));

  • F:  = (655 + (4.35 x weight) + (4.7 x height) – (4.7 x age));

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All BMR calculations should be multiplied by Activity Level Coefficient, which is defined as:

  • BEC is calculated based on lean body weight (LBW) and basal metabolic rate (BMR).

  • LBW is the body weight without fat (total body weight (TBW) minus fat weight).

LBW calculations

Metric calculations

  • Boer Formula (Boer 1984):

    • Males: LBW (kg) = 0.407 x TBW (kg) + 26.7 x Ht (m) – 19.2

    • Females: LBW (kg) = 0.252 x TBW (kg) + 47.3 x Ht (m) – 48.3

  • James Formula (James 1976, Absalom 2009):

    • Males: LBW (kg) = 1.1 x TBW (kg) – 128 x (TBW (kg) / 100 x Ht (m))2

    • Females: LBW (kg) = 1.07 x TBW (kg) – 148 x (TBW (kg)/ 100 x Ht (m))2

  • Hume Formula (Hume 1966):

    • Males: LBW (kg) = 0.3281 x TBW (kg) + 33.929 x Ht (m) – 29.5336

    • Females: LBW (kg) = 0.29569 x TBW (kg) + 41.813 x Ht (m) – 43.2933

  • Peters Formula for children < 15 years-old (Peters 2011):

    • LBM (kg) = 0.0817 x TBW (kg)0.6469 x Ht (cm)0.7236

  • In adults, Boer and James formulas yield more reliable results and are more frequently used.

Imperial calculations

  • Boer Formula (Boer 1984):

    • Males: LBW (lbs) = 0.4079 x TBW (lbs) + 1.495 x Ht (in) – 42.3288

    • Females: LBW (lbs) = 0.2513 x TBW (lbs) + 2.6487 x Ht (in) – 106.4833

  • James Formula (James 1976, Absalom 2009):

    • Males: LBW (lbs) = 1.1 x TBW (lbs) – 8.9758 x (TBW (lbs) / Ht (in))2

    • Females: LBW (lbs) = 1.0692 x TBW (lbs) – 10.4054 x (TBW (lbs) / Ht (in))2

BEC calculations

  • BEC = (21.6 x LBW (kg) + 370) x Activity Level Coefficient

  • BEC = (9.78 x LBW (lbs) + 370) x Activity Level Coefficient

    • Activity level coefficient is measured as:

      • 1.2 to 1.3: Very light activity, almost sedentary and performing only minor activities with a little walking.

      • 1.375 to 1.55: Light activity, including office work and some walking, light exercise 1 to 3 days per week.

      • 1.55 to 1.65: Moderate activity, including exercises and sports for 1 to 2 hours per session, 3 to 5 session per week.

      • 1.725 to 1.8: Heavy activity, including heavy manual labor or intensive sports for 2 to 4 hours per session, every day per week.

      • 1.9 to 2: Very heavy, including > 8 hours of moderate and heavy activity and 2 to 4 hours of intensive daily training.

Portions

Monthly fat (lb) =  4.3 (wks/mo) / 4,082 (calories per lb)

  • Burgers / fried meal  1,120 – 420 (chicken meal) = 700

  • Pizza 8-10 oz 750  Pasta 1 lbs 1,200. Aveg 1,000 – 420 = 480

  • Hotdog 700 – 420 = 280

  • Snacks / sweets 280 = 320 – 40 (natural snack like carrots or apple) 

  • Donut = 410 

  • Natural snack = 40

  • Cheese or spread = 150

  • Butter or mayo  = 151 (1.5 tsp)

  • Soda = 140

  • Milk = 140

  • OJ = 150

  • Grilled chicken 5oz = 200  8oz = 320 + salad 100 = 420

  • Salad meal 16 oz = 200

  • Slice of bread = 100 allowed a week 6

Fried/Sweets/Donut/Pasta Values

  • Seldom or never = 0

  • Once a week = 1 x 

  • 2 times a week = 2

  • Every other day = 3

  • Almost daily = 5

  • Daily = 7

  • More than once a day = 14

Jink Food calories / fat

(hamburger + pipa + hot)*4.3

Cheese Values

  • Choose one = 0

  • 1 = 7

  • 2 = 14

  • 3 = 32

  • More = 31

Sodas Values

  • Only diet or None = 0

  • Mainly diet & some non-diet = 0.25

  • Half diet & half non-diet = 0.5

  • Mainly non-diet = 0.75

  • Only non-diet = 1

Sodas frequency Values

  • A couple a week = 2

  • Almost daily = 5

  • Once a day = 7

  • 2 a day = 14

  • 3 a day = 21

  • 4 a day = 28

Milk Values

  • None = 0

  • Once a week = 1

  • A14 couple a week = 2

  • Almost daily = 5

  • Once a day = 7

  • 2 a day = 14

  • 3 a day = 21

  • 4 a day = 28

 

Cal: cal. BreakEven F

4.54 × weight (lbs) + 15.88 × height (in) – 5 × age – 161

Cal: cal. BreakEven M

4.54 × weight (lbs) + 15.88 × height (in) – 5 × age + 5

Daily sleep hours effect of weekly weight gain

4 hrs = +1.9 lbs to +2.2 lbs

5 hrs = +0.1 lbs to +0.2 lbs0

6 hrs = 0-1

6.5 hrs = -2 lbs.5

7 hrs = -2.5 lbs5

7.5 hrs = -5 lbs

8 hrs = -7 lbs8

Cravings fat increase scale

Pasta, burger  

0-1 good

1-1.8 not good

1.8-2.5 BAD

2.5-3.5 damaging

3.5-4.5 obesity cause

4.5+ major obesity

Sweets, cheese, donut, butter, soda, milk, juice

0-.5 good

0.5-1 not good

1-1.5 BAD

2-2.5 damaging

3-3.5 obesity cause

4 major obesity

Totals

Exercise

1 hour fast walk or light exercise = 2.1 calories per 1 lb body weight

Portion reduction

 

Unnecessary daily calorie intake (junk calories)

Junk calories (mo/lb) / 

Unnecessary daily calorie intake %

Cravings, bad foods and sugary drinks/ (Calories consumed (daily) X 30 / 3500)

BMI Consume

  • BMI < BMI MIN = underweight

  • BMI >= 40 = morbidly obese

  • BMI >= 30 = obese

  • BMI > BMI MAX = overweight

  • BMI <= BMI MAX = within healthy weight range

BMI Healthy

If BMI <= BMI MAX then BMI Range else BMI Average

Cravings: healthy scale

Weight Analysis Calculator

Cal. BreakEven F

Cal. BreakEven M

 

Cal: cal. consume F

Cal: cal. consume M

 

Cal: BMR F

Cal: BMR M

 

Cal: excess fat F

Cal: excess fat F

 

Cal: coffee

 

Cal: daily junk calories

Cal: monthly fat gain

Cal: weight 1 year

 

Cal: junk vs. good

Cal: total monthly fat

Monthly fat accumulation healthy scale lbs/mo

lbs/mo

Healthy (good)

Not good

BAD

Damaging

Obesity cause

Major obesity

Snacks/sweets

0.3

0.7

1.2

2.4

4.8

4.9+

Donuts, cookies, muffins

0.5

1

1.8

3.5

7.1

7.2+

Pizza/pasta

1

2

3.4

6.9

13.8

13.9+

Burgers, fried foods

0.9

1.7

3.0

6

12

12.1+

Cheese/spread

0.3

0.5

0.9

1.8

2.6

2.7+

Butter/mayo

0.2

0.4

0.6

1.3

1.9

2.0+

Total

3.2

6.3

10.9

21.9

42.2

42.3+

lbs/mo

Healthy

Not good

BAD

Damaging

Obesity cause

Major obesity

Soda

0

0.6

1.2

1.8

2.4

2.5+

Milk

0.3

0.6

1.2

2.4

3.4

3.5+

Juices

0.4

0.9

1.3

2.6

4.0

4.1+

Total

0.7

2.1

3.7

6.8

9.8

10.1+

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