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Waist-Hip Ratio 

Calculator

 

Your waist-hip ratio can help determine heart disease and type 2 diabetes risk.

 

 

 How to find your Waist-Hip Ratio:

 

Measurements may be done in inches or centimeters: 

 

 

STEP #1

Measure your waist at the smaller circumference of your natural waist (just above the navel). 

 

 

STEP #2

Measure the circumference of your hips at the widest part of the buttocks. 

 

 

STEP #3

Divide your waist inches by hip inches.  

 

This will give you your Waist-Hip Ratio.

 

 

 

  For good health and lower risk: 

 

Women:  No more than 0.80 waist-hip ratio 

 

Men:  No more than 0.95 waist-hip ratio 

 

(Source:  Dr. Jamie McManus, MD, FAAFP)

 

 

Please note:  Finding your waist-hip ratio is not a substitute for professional medical advice.