21 Plan | How it Works | Success Stories | Food | Exercise | Compare Programs | FAQ | Get Started
Contact Us Today!
(612) 209-4767

1. Fill out the form below and press Calculate BMI.

Weight: lbs. Height: Ft. In. Body Mass Index

According to the Panel on Energy, Obesity, and Body Weight Standards published by American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, your category is:

2. Determine possible steps using the information below.

BMI above 25.9 - Prone to Health Risks

If you fall into this category, there is a good chance that you are carrying around extra pounds that may cause substantial health risk. Heart disease, type II diabetes and cancer are just a few of the health issues related to excess fat. Experts worldwide agree that you may have imbalances within your body causing you to gain and retain weight. Often nutrition, exercise and the latest fad diets are not enough to create sustainable weight loss in the right amounts. Lucky for you, there is a clinical, proven program at your fingertips. If you are ready to discover the solution watch the video by clicking the button below.

Ready to get started? Watch It Now I've seen the video - what's next?

BMI 18.5 to 25.9 - Desirable Weight

If you fall into this category and you are happy about how you look and feel, then great! You are presumably healthy by these measurement standards, good for you! Note: It is a good idea to still take responsibility for what you eat and do because health is much more than fat composition. Every little bit helps.

BMI under 18.5 - Underweight

Though for some, it may be perfectly natural to fall in this category, it is often a good idea to work on gaining some lean muscle mass. This can be done by weight training or bodyweight exercises designed to build strength. Also, make sure you are realistic about your eating and that you are giving your body enough protein, healthy fats and vegetables to maintain health on the inside as well as the outside.