How does your weight compare?

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Before and After

Are you in the overweight or obese category?
The number of obese people now exceed those who are overweight.

  1. BMI = body mass index. (Relates weight to height)
    • Normal weight: BMI = 18.5 to 24.9
    • Overweight: BMI = 25.0 to 29.9
    • Obese: BMI = 30.0 to 39.9
    • Morbidly Obese: BMI = 40.0 and over
  2. Website to calculate BMI = http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/educational/lose_wt/BMI/bmicalc.htm

3.  Current statistics as of 2012:

      1. Women:
        • 37% of women are obese (BMI = greater than 30.0)
        • 30% of women are over weight (BMI = 25 to 29.9)
        • 33% of women are normal weight or less (BMI = less than 24.9)
        • 2 out of 3 women are overweight or obese.
      2.  Men:
        • 35% of men are obese (BMI = greater than 30.0)
        • 40% of men are over weight (BMI = 25.0 to 29.9)
        • 25% of men are normal weight or less (BMI = less than 24.9)
        • 3 out 4 of men are overweight or obese.

The rates of overweight and obesity are comparable for the different age groups: 25 to 54 and 55 and older.Health risks of being over weight include a variety of chronic health conditions including Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Extra weight can also make people more vulnerable to certain types of cancer. The more you weigh, the greater the health risk. If you are over weight, the risk of Type 2 Diabetes and Heart Disease is very evident.

A meal replacement shake is available to reduce weight naturally. Also available are natural remedies for lowering cholesterol and controlling blood sugar at the same time. There are no drugs or side effects involved except reduced weight, controlled blood sugar and lowered cholesterol.

The combination of these two products along with a diet of fruits and vegies plus an exercise program will resolve the weight and health problems. Free samples of both products are available for you to test the taste.

Ref:
– Surveys conducted by Centers for Disease and Preventions.
– National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.

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