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I've just checked my bmi and I started as 'severely obese'. I entered my current weight and I am now 'overweight' :happy036:
I am SO happy. To me this is a landmark, as even though I am 'overweight', I moved on so much without realising. I have jumped from 'severely obese', through 'obese' and into 'overweight'. Ok I am at the very top end of this level but it has given me even more determination to keep going as the next level is 'healthy'.
Has anyone checked theirs and got a little surprise?
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According to BHF website, I'm just in the 'Very Overweight' section, but very close to being in the just 'Overweight' section so really looking forward to that (Know that may sound weird)
Hehewell done I remember how excited I was to move from obese to overweight :) I tend not to look at my bmi anymore as it doesn't take into account how peoples bodies are so different. I'm classed as about a stone and a half overweight but I'm size 12. So whilst in the future it classes you as overweight, you really might not be! :) xx


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Thanks folks. For me it's a real achievement and I'm proud at what I have done so far.

I've got a long journey ahead of me to reach the healthy range but I never thought for one minute I would find an eating plan that I would lose nearly 3 stone with. I've still got just under 3 to go, but I am motivated as I am now happy to be overweight. (I know that sounds strange but I'm sure you know what I mean lol) x


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Vixs you will get there before you know it. Your bmi has come down by 2.3 already, so you have made a dent in that chart.

Keep at it, it's a long journey but you will get there and it's worth it x
woohoo well done fantastic achievement......Hate those charts lol I havent checked mine for ages I short so Ill prob still be very over weight :(
Soon you'll be normal ;) xx

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