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Diminishing BMI!

Sunday, December 04, 2011

In September of this year I was 255 pounds with a BMI of 41.2 and my waist to height ratio was .58. According to webmd...for my height, my BMI should be between 18.5 to 24.9 I should weigh between 120-150 pounds and and my ratio should be .50 or less.

My goal is to weigh 135 pounds by the end of November 2012. I have been exercising and weighing in and watching my food intake on Spark People since the end of October and I have to say I have really seen some positive results.

My current BMI is 37.3 and I weighed in this morning and I am 231.2 pounds! My clothes and underwear are starting to fit really loosely.

My short term goal is to weigh 220 pounds or less by December 31, 2011! I really need everyone's help and support to stay on track and to stay focused.

This is the first time in my life I have ever been really serious about attacking my weight issues and my whole mindset towards food and I am really determined to do this. I am not only losing weight for myself, but I want to show my daughter, friends, family and co-workers that it can be done....without surgery.

God bless all of you who are on this journey with me. We will make it together!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SHAWNEDA 12/7/2011 8:24PM

    Yes we will, love your positive attitude and results. Keep sparking!

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BACKATITAMY 12/5/2011 5:25PM

  Wow, you are doing a great job. You are less than 100 pounds away from goal. I can't wait to be in a "normal" bmi range with you. God bless you and you are definitly in my prayers on this journey.

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TIFFY0906 12/4/2011 8:30PM

    emoticon on your weight loss and diminishing BMI - keep up the good work!!! emoticon I know you can reach you short term and long term goals.

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