Calculate Your Waist-to-Height Ratio
Enter your waist and height measurements below:
Is your score over 50%? Have you been struggling to get a flatter tummy?
Are you interested in finding out about a unique program that achieves a flatter tummy - without a restrictive hunger-causing diet and without having to add extra hours of exercise every week.
Are you open to considering a program that offers a high level of support and accountability with a weekly 15 minute coaching sessions in one of our centres or via private online Zoom chat?
If you'd like to find out more register below for a short 10 min chat. One of our team will call you at the time you request. They'll discuss if the program might suit you. If so they'll arrange to show you exactly how it works. If not, they'll be happy to share some helpful tips.
As the waist-to-height ratio increases, so does the risk of various health problems such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and hypertension. A waist to height ratio over 50% is correlated with insulin resistance, also called early diabetes.
Insulin resistance is typically preceded by hyperinsulinemia (chronically high insulin levels). Unfortunately most regular blood tests include cholesterol and fasting blood sugar, but not fasting insulin levels. You could have normal blood sugar but high insulin levels.
Luckily, measuring your waist and dividing it by your height provides a clue.
A waist-to-height ratio of 50% or higher is associated with the highest health risks. It's worth noting that waist-to-height ratio is just one of many factors that can affect an individual's overall health. Maintaining a healthy waist-to-height ratio is a good starting point for reducing the risk of various health problems.
If you’re interested in reducing your waist or tummy, our program is perfect and can be done in one of our centres or remotely via Zoom. To learn more, complete the form above and one of our team will get in contact.