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Waist-To-Hip Ratio

The waist-to-hip ratio is calculated by dividing waist circumference at its narrowest point by hip circumference at the widest point. It is a simple and useful measure of fat distribution. Weight concentrated around the middle is often referred to as an "apple" shape; whereas, weight concentrated around your hips is referred to as a "pear" shape.
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Waist-to-hip index
19.1
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How does this tool help me?

In many cases, persons with extra weight located around their mid-section are at higher risk for diseases such as heart disease and diabetes than those who carry weight around their hips and thighs. Excess fat in the abdomen is considered an indicator that your health is at risk.

Note: The results you receive from this tool are not intended to be a substitute for individual medical advice in diagnosing a health/lifestyle problem. They are provided to give you an estimate of results based on professionally accepted formulae and algorithms.

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