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The Body Fat Calculator can be used to estimate your total body fat based on specific measurements. Use the “Metric Units” tab if you are more comfortable with the International System of Units (SI). To get the best results, measure to the nearest 1/4 inch (0.5 cm). This calculation is based on the U.S. Navy method, but also includes the calculation of body fat percentage using the BMI method (both of which are outlined below). See The Calculator

This calculator computes a healthy body weight range based on a person’s height and is most accurate for adults aged 18 or older. See The Calculator

The Lean Body Mass Calculator computes a person’s estimated lean body mass (LBM) based on body weight, height, gender, and age. For comparison purposes, the calculator provides the results of multiple formulas. See The Calculator

The Body Mass Index (BMI) Calculator can be used to calculate BMI value and corresponding weight status while taking age into consideration. Use the “Metric Units” tab for the International System of Units or the “Other Units” tab to convert units into either US or metric units. Note that the calculator also computes the Ponderal Index in addition to BMI, both of which are discussed below in detail. See The Calculator