|❖||Waist-Height Ratio is a good early assessment tool for cardiometabolic risk.|
|❖||India ranks No.1 worldwide in diabetes incidence. Thus, in India, the Waist-Height Ratio can act as a perfect indicator to assess heart health risks.|
|❖||Experts claim that the waist height ratio is a much more accurate measurement of weight than the tried and tested Body Mass Index (BMI)|
|❖||Your waist to height ratio is calculated by dividing waist size by height.|
|❖||If you can keep your waist circumference to less than half of your height, you will reduce your risk of conditions associated with abdominal fat, such as stroke, heart disease and diabetes(High/low blood sugar).|
|❖||For people under 40, a waist to height ratio of over 0.5 can be critical, while for people between 40 and 50 years of age, the critical value is between 0.5 and 0.6. For people over 50 the critical value begins at 0.6.|
|❖||Your waist measurements are the most accurate just after you wake up from 7-8 hours of sleep.|
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