Elite Men’s Guide Health Scorecard

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The Super Seven Health Numbers: Here are seven important health numbers every man needs to know. See your primary care doctor at least once a year and get your numbers. Enter your numbers below to find out where you stand. Also check out, EMG’s 7 Health Numbers Every Man Should Know Infographic.

 


 

Your Numbers:

Cutoff Values

Ideal Numbers

Blood Pressure1 140 mmHg/90 mmHg Above = High BP Less than 120 mmHg / Less than 80 mm Hg
HDL2 40 mg/dl Below = Dyslipidemia Greater than 50 mg/dl
LDL3   130 mg/dl Above = Dyslipidemia Less than 100 mg/dl
Fasting Glucose Level4 125 mg/dl Above = Diabetes Less than 100 mg/dL
Body Mass Index5 30 kg/m2 Above = Obese Between 20-25 kg/m2
Waist to Height Ratio6 58% Above = Obese Less than 53%
Total Testosterone Level7 300 ng/dl Below = Hypogonadism Between 300 – 1050 ng/dL

Updated: May 12, 2015

 


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