# Height 200 cm and weight 100 kg – this is normal? What BMI?

Do you want to know if it is normal to have a weight of 100 kg with a height of 200 cm? To find out, see the results below. Data are calculated according to the body mass index formula.
Weight 100 kg with a height of 200 cm:

This is Overweight (dangerous!)

Your Body Mass Index (BMI): 25

Normal BMI: 18.5 - 24.99

For a height of 200 cm, the normal weight limits are: 74 - 100 kg.

You need to lose weight!

You must lose at least 0 kg. Then BMI will be normal.

The Body Mass Index (BMI) is calculated using the following formula: multiply height in meters by your height in meters and then divide body weight in kilograms by the resulting multiplication result. So, for example, for a height of 1.75 (in meters) and a weight of 63 (in kilograms), BMI is 20.57 (BMI = first increase the growth of 1.75 by the growth of 1.75, and then divide the weight of 63 by the resulting multiplication result). If the result of the calculation is in the range 18.5 - 24.99, then this is the norm.

## BMI table for Height 200 cm

HeightWeight rangeBMI rangeCategory
200 cm< 60 kg< 15Very severely underweight
200 cm60 - 64 kg15 - 16Severely underweight
200 cm64 - 74 kg16 - 18.5Underweight
200 cm74 - 100 kg18.5 - 25Normal (healthy weight)
200 cm100 - 120 kg25 - 30Overweight
200 cm120 - 140 kg30 - 35Obese Class I (Moderately obese)
200 cm140 - 160 kg35 - 40Obese Class II (Severely obese)
200 cm160 - 180 kg40 - 45Obese Class III (Very severely obese)
200 cm180 - 200 kg45 - 50Obese Class IV (Morbidly obese)
200 cm200 - 240 kg50 - 60Obese Class V (Super obese)
200 cm> 240 kg> 60Obese Class VI (Hyper obese)

## Normal weight and BMI calculator

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