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BMI: 30.86

Grade I obesity | Val. ref. 30- 35

Body Mass Index (BMI)

The BMI is the reference indicator for obesity screening and epidemiological studies. It is useful to underline that the BMI classifies weight in relation to height, but it is not able to evaluate the real body composition (lean mass VS fat mass), just as it does not allow to know the distribution of body fat in the individual and the identification of risk factors connected with the accumulation of abdominal-visceral fat.

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% Fat: 18.5

Normal | 15 - 19.99 %

% Fat

The assessment of body composition is essential to better understand the health conditions of the individual in nutritional terms and to monitor the progress of any nutritional therapies.
Body composition analysis models can be 4-compartment (fat tissue + water + bone + protein mass and mineral mass) or 2-compartment (fat mass + lean mass).

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Waist circumference (cm): 80

Low | < 94 cm

Cardiovascular risk

Waist circumference is a parameter for assessing cardiovascular risk and is also one of the diagnostic criteria for metabolic syndrome (MS). In fact, the mere detection of waist circumference (greater than 102 cm in men; and greater than 88 cm in women), is included as a criterion, together with other metabolic parameters, for being able to diagnose MS.

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Score: 0

Low risk | Tra 0 e 2

Risk of metabolic syndrome

The Metabolic Syndrome (MS) is a pathological condition resulting from the concomitance of some dysmetabolic and cardiovascular risk factors which include:
  • Excess body fat with prevalent abdominal distribution;
  • Elevated levels of LDL cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood;
  • Low levels of HDL cholesterol;
  • Arterial hypertension;
  • Hyperglycemia.

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Waist hip ratio: 0.89

Balanced | between 0.85 and 0.89

Fat distribution (waist/hip ratio WHR)

Hip circumference has an inverse correlation with diabetes and coronary heart disease.

In fact, the increase in muscle mass and subcutaneous fat in the gluteal-femoral part of the body decreases the accumulation of visceral fat, i.e. that fat that represents a greater risk of incurring cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.

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Current weight: 100 Kg

Physiological weight: 95.9 Kg

Physiological weight

We define physiological weight as the weight that includes the percentage of physiological fat (by age group and by gender) and represents the weight that could be reached after losing excess fat, so it often coincides with the desired weight.
The physiological weight calculated without the intervention of the nutritionist is a good reference in most cases, but it is always necessary to consult the average or the nutritionist for better personalization and definition of the target weight.

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Abdominal volume: 0.0 L

Low risk | less than or equal to 2 litres

Excess abdominal volume

The excess abdominal volume, through our algorithm, allows to quantify and monitor the excess abdominal volume (expressed in litres), compared to normal conditions and, therefore, low risk of cardio-metabolic and inflammatory complications.< br> This index gives a clear volumetric reference useful for grading and sizing excess abdominal adiposity and its level of risk.

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The values shown are based on the processing of anthropometric data sent electronically by the user/patient. The results of the analysis have no diagnostic value. For this reason, no responsibility is accepted with respect to the use of the information provided.