BMI Chart for PowerPoint

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When you are teaching a health class or a fitness course, helping your students to understand their BMI and what exactly that means is important. With the BMI Scale for PowerPoint, you can teach this information in a clear manner. The BMI Scale for PowerPoint is a set of four totally customizable PowerPoint slides that will let you easily see the different states of being. On the rows, they are labeled by height. On the columns, they are labeled by weight. The different colors can be interpreted off of the legend that is found beneath the text area on the right.

Body Mass Index (BMI) has been used by doctors for many centuries. It was discovered in the 1830s and has been used since then. This tool is an indicator whether you should gain or lose weight. BMI is an indicator that helps in determining the weight of a person in relation to their height. In simple words, the BMI chart is a great system to determine if you are normal weight, underweight, overweight or obese.

BMI chart is a table that will help you figure out which weight category you belong to. In order to use this chart, you need to know your BMI. On the vertical column of the BMI table, you will find your height and then you search for your BMI. The color area you are in will tell you are you healthy or overweight.

Many people think that BMI is not a correct way to measure your fitness as it shows a high number of overweight people. Fortunately, this is not true. According to an analysis published in a Journal, people who were considered overweight and normal weight were shown obese, based on their BMI. The experts stated that the people who were obese according to their BMI were actually obese. So, BMI tells us the truth about our body that we are not ready to accept.

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PowerPoint 2007PowerPoint 2010PowerPoint 2013Google SlidesPowerPoint 2011 Mac

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