Your BMI is 28

Your BMI of 28 places you in the overweight category. Our office can help by providing you with a non-surgical weight loss program supervised by a doctor.

Keep in mind that in order to stay at a healthy weight, you will have to do a little planning. Weight gain can be prevented by choosing a lifestyle that includes healthy eating habits and daily physical activity.

As we age, our body composition gradually shifts in the way that the proportion of muscles decreases, while the proportion of fat increases, slowing down metabolism and making it easier to gain weight. Whatever your current body weight is, remember that it is important to maintain a positive outlook and focus on the steps whether you need to take to keep your current body weight, or lose a few pounds.

With a BMI of 28, there is no need for you to consider weight loss procedures yet, but it is important to learn diet and weight control techniques. The weight loss surgery costs will range from $7,000 to $23.000 if your BMI reaches 29. Make sure to check the terms of your insurance policy the majority of the expenses will be covered by the weight loss surgery insurance.

Combined with rigorous calorie control, regular physical activity will help you lose weight and will also help you maintain your goal weight. Depending on your likes and tendencies, you can design your physical activity plan so that it suits your interests. If you are more of an indoors person, pair your daily 10 minute walks with demanding house chores:

  • car washing or waxing
  • window washing
  • gardening
  • stair walking
  • house cleaning

In case you are more of a sports person, your options are many, and you should make a habit of practicing one or another of the following activities on a regular basis:

  • volleyball
  • biking
  • swimming or water aerobics
  • basketball
  • rope jumping
  • nordic walking
  • jogging
  • dancing

Other alternatives that complement those mentioned above mentioned are yoga, Pilates, and stretching and balancing exercises.