How Much Should a 5'3 Woman Weigh?

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The best way to determine how much a 5'3 tall woman should way is by determining her BMI, or Body Mass Index. You can use a standard BMI calculator online to do so. Enter her height and her weight to determine what her BMI is currently. A healthy BMI should be in between 18.5 and 24.9. But to answer your question more precisely, a woman would be considered to be overweight, or have a BMI higher than 24.9 at 140 pounds.
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Body Mass Index numbers for adults are based on height and weight. The Body Mass Index (BMI) sets the target healthy weight for adults 5 feet 3 inches tall from 107 to 140 lb. People
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A woman with a medium frame and is 5'3" tall has an ideal weight of 121 to 135 pounds.
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A good way to assess your weight is to calculate your body mass index (BMI). BMI takes into account not just your weight, but also your height to indicate body fat. The goal for most people: a BMI that's over 18 and under 25.
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