Weight Loss Facts

60 percent of Americans are overweight. Obesity related diseases have been rising in epidemic proportions over the last 20 years. Here are few examples: diabetes, hypertension and heart disease.

SORRY, but here are the facts. If you eat more calories then you expend then you gain weight. That’s all there is to it.

Weight gain is directly proportional to diet and exercise. An unhealthy diet filled with chemical additives and preservatives play havoc on your metabolism. A lack of exercise slows down your metabolism. Combination of both factors is recipe for disasters.

For a great weight loss plan that works, please refer to the section on diet in the book overcome diabetes naturally. It will help you choose foods that healthy and avoid those that are harmful plus put you at risk for disease. Get your copy today.

Check to see if you are overweight in the weight chart below

Weight Chart

Women

Height Small Frame Medium Frame Large Frame
4’10” 102-111 109-121 118-131
4’11” 103-113 111-123 120-134
5’0″ 104-115 113-126 122-137
5’1″ 106-118 115-129 125-140
5’2″ 108-121 118-132 128-143
5’3″ 111-124 121-135 131-147
5’4″ 114-127 124-138 134-151
5’5″ 117-130 127-141 137-155
5’6″ 120-133 130-144 140-159
5’7″ 123-136 133-147 143-163
5’8″ 126-139 136-150 146-167
5’9″ 129-142 139-153 149-170
5’10” 132-145 142-156 152-173
5’11” 135-148 145-159 155-176
6’0″ 138-151 148-162 158-179


Weight Chart

Men

Height Small Frame Medium Frame Large Frame
5’2″ 128-134 131-141 138-150
5’3″ 130-136 133-143 140-153
5’4″ 132-138 135-145 142-156
5’5″ 134-140 137-148 144-160
5’6″ 136-142 139-151 146-164
5’7″ 138-145 142-154 149-168
5’8″ 140-148 145-157 152-172
5’9″ 142-151 148-160 155-176
5’10” 144-154 151-163 158-180
5’11” 146-157 154-166 161-184
6’0″ 149-160 157-170 164-188
6’1″ 152-164 160-174 168-192
6’2″ 155-168 164-178 172-197
6’3″ 158-172 167-182 176-202
6’4″ 162-176 171-187 181-207
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2 thoughts on “Weight Loss Facts

  1. JoBarn79 says:

    I need the instructions for the 10 day weightl loss plan. Where would I find that?

    Thank you

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