according to BMI: 53.465 kg - 72.25 kg, 117.87 lb - 159.28 lb
according to WHtR: ≤ 85 cm, ≤ 2 ft 9.46 in
Normal weight, according to BMI.
Source: World Health Organization. ‘Body Mass Index - BMI’. WHO/Europe | Nutrition. http://www.euro.who.int/en/health-topics/disease-prevention/nutrition/a-healthy-lifestyle/body-mass-index-bmi.
Probability of being overweight.
Source: BROWNING, Lucy M., HSIEH, Shiun Dong and ASHWELL, Margaret, 2010. A systematic review of waist-to-height ratio as a screening tool for the prediction of cardiovascular disease and diabetes: 0·5 could be a suitable global boundary value. Nutrition Research Reviews. December 2010. Vol. 23, no. 2, p. 247–269. DOI 10.1017/S0954422410000144.
Probabable risk of suffering diabetes.
Probable risk of suffering hypertension.
Probable risk of dyslipidaemia and high tryglicerides levels.
Probable risk of metabolic syndrome.
Probable risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Source: ASHWELL, M., GUNN, P. and GIBSON, S., 2012. Waist-to-height ratio is a better screening tool than waist circumference and BMI for adult cardiometabolic risk factors: systematic review and meta-analysis: Waist-to-height ratio as a screening tool. Obesity Reviews. March 2012. Vol. 13, no. 3, p. 275–286. DOI 10.1111/j.1467-789X.2011.00952.x.
IMPORTANT: No mathematical formula has been found yet to be a definitive predictor of being overweight or underweight. They just serve as indications of statistical risk, but they can be wrong. However, only a physician can diagnose whether someone is overweight, obese, or suffers of any disease. Please consult your physician.