Try to lower your BMI

Unfortunately your BMI is too high

BMI stands for Body Mass Index. Your BMI tells you whether you have a healthy weight in combination with your height. The BMI is applicable for people between 2 and 70 years of age with a normal physique. When your BMI is healthy, you have less chance of physical complaints. Less risk of cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes.

Judgment Advice BMI

Try to gain weight

Lower than 18.5
Healthy weight Try to maintain your weight Between 18.5 and 25
overweight Try to lose weight or at least not gain weight Between 2.5 and 30
obesity Try to lose weight under guidance

Above 30


If your BMI is too high, it's time to lose some weight. Not only because you will feel fitter and better in your body, but also because your immune system and overall health benefit from a healthy BMI. Try to take in less energy than you use. It is not so much fats and carbohydrates (in normal amounts) that are the culprits in the case of weight gain. The point is that you take in less energy than you use. So pay attention to what and how much you eat and exercise enough.

Get energy from healthy products that are rich in fiber so that you feel full for longer and exercise for at least half an hour every day. Click on the links below for tips on nutrition and exercise. If you follow the advice you will see that your BMI decreases and once that happens you will automatically feel fitter.