A healthy weight is a weight at which you have a healthy body fat percent (%).
Two women can be the same height and weight; however only one woman might be at a healthy weight based on their body fat percentages.
Some professionals use BMI (body mass index) to determine a healthy weight; however BMI does not take into account body fat%.
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