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Ideal Weight Calculator

This calculator finds your ideal weight for adults. Please note that this calculator assumes you are at least 5 feet (60 inches) tall and the results are based on averages.

Enter your gender and height

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Select your height: feet and inches

The ideal weight for a person your height is: pounds.

Note: It is important to understand that no calculator or formula can give you a perfect solution. There are just too many differences in body types.

You will be happy to know that even the experts agree that you can weigh more than your ideal weight and still be healthy.

So how much weight do you really need to lose? Talk with your doctor about what weight is best for you and do it before undertaking any new diet or exercise program.

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Calculate your Ideal weight for adults

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