Are you a healthy weight for your height? See the below weight chart for the recommended minimum and maximum weight ranges for men and women, by height in cms and weight in kilos.
Being overweight or underweight puts you more at risk of developing health complications. For example, your immune system and bone mass may be at risk if you're underweight, and you have a higher chance of developing heart disease and type 2 diabetes if you're overweight.
If the chart suggests you may be overweight, a WW membership can help. You can expect to lose 1-2lbs (that's 0.5-1kg) per week on our customised myWW™ plans, with the support of our 4.8* rated app, weekly Workshops and thousands-strong community.
Height to weight chart
|Height (centimetres)||Healthy weight range (kilograms)|
If you have specific health issues or fall outside these height ranges, we recommend that you discuss a suitable weight range with your GP.
Calculating your BMI (Body Mass Index) is also a useful way to check whether you're in the healthy weight range.
BMI is a measure of weight-related health risk. It measures your weight in relation to your height, in order to estimate body fat percentage.
Check your BMI using our handy calculator below.
Please note: As everyone is built differently, and some people may have a heavier muscle mass than others, a BMI reading may not always be the best indicator of a healthy weight. Use our BMI calculator as a guide and if you're concerned, ask your GP for help. Find out more about the limitations of BMI.