In order to fit into the normal range for a woman, your results will fall into a percentage and that number is used to place you into one of the BMI categories already mentioned.
At the age around 15 years, the BMI index for a normal result is around 16 to 17. As you age, the BMI changes as well. There is no magic number, weight wise that could cover a normal level for women as the BMI will change as you age.
Height has a blunt result on BMI because the taller you are, the more mass you will have. Since there is more mass, the ratio outcome of body fat will be dissimilar than someone who is shorter.
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