Your optimal weight depends on your height. You can use BMI - Body Mass Index to calculate your optimal weight.Healthy BMI range is 18.5 - 25. Here is how you can calculate your optimal weight range. Step 1: Measure your height in meters.(Or measure your height in inches and convert it to meters by multiplying that by 0.0254) Ex:If your height is 60 inches, your height is 60 x 0.0254 = 1.524m. Step 2: Now calculate the square of your height by multiplying your height by itself. Ex:If your height is 1.524m, square of your height is 1.524 x 1.524 = 2.322576 Step 3: Now we are almost done! To calculate the minimum weight you should be at(in kilograms), multiply the number you obtained by 18.5 Ex:If you got 2.322576 as the square of your height, your minimum weight should be 2.322576 x 18.5 = 42.967656kg (let's round that up to 43 kg) To calculate the maximum weight (in kilograms), multiply the number you obtained by 25. Ex:If you got 2.322576 as the square of your height, your maximum weight is 2.322576 x 25 = 58.0644kg. i.e If your height is 60 inches, your optimal weight range is 43 - 58 kilograms. To convert kilograms to pounds, multiply it by 2.20462 Ex:58kg = 58 x 2.20462 = 127.86796 pounds. Related: How to calculate my BMI? How many calories is the minimum per day How many calories does it take to lose one pound What is a healthy rate to lose or gain weight

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