Fast Assessment and Screening Tools

Calculators and guides useful in the assessment of nutritional risks and status of individuals. Enter the required information to calculate and evaluate an individual's current health and nutritional condition.


Body Mass Index (BMI) is an indicator of one's weight in relation to height. BMI below or above the normal range poses increased health risks. Read More

Enter your weight and height or move the sliders.

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All computations are based on metric units (i.e kilograms, centimeters)


The Desirable Body Weight (DBW) is the optimal weight based on a given height which can be computed using the Tannhauser Formula. The DBW is used in calculating the daily energy requirement.



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All computations are based on metric units (i.e kilograms, centimeters)


Energy requirement is the estimated amount of food energy needed to maintain normal daily physical activities and desirable body weight. Food energy can be derived from carbohydrates, proteins and fat. The usual recommended proportions for these macronutrients are 65% carbohydrates, 15% protein and 20% fat.

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All computations are based on metric units (i.e kilograms, centimeters)


Waist circumference is an indirect measure of abdominal fat or central obesity. High waist circumference increases the risks of lifestyle diseases. Read More

Enter your waist circumference or move the slider.

All computations are based on metric units (i.e kilograms, centimeters)


Waist-Hip Ratio is a useful indicator of body fat distribution which is a valuable tool in assessing health risks such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. Read More

Enter your waist circumference and hip circumference or move the sliders.

All computations are based on metric units (i.e kilograms, centimeters)


Waist-Height measurement is a new proxy measure for obesity and is calculated from measures of waist circumference divided by height in centimeters. A value greater than 0.5 may indicate obesity. Read More

Enter your waist circumference and height or move the sliders.

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All computations are based on metric units (i.e kilograms, centimeters)

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