Reducing my BMI

Trying to reduce your BMI? Do you have a BMI of more than 25? You are probably overweight and your health is at risk. You are more likely to be affected by diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure or certain cancers.

The higher your BMI, the greater your risk of being subject to any of these diseases. You will find below a table summarizing your level of risk according to your BMI ...

BMI Diagnostic Risks
25 to 29.9 Overweight Increased
30 to 34.9 Class 1 obesity Elevé
35 to 40 Class 2 obesity Very high
Over 40 Class 3 obesity Extremely high

Do not panic, you can still change things. Simple and effective solutions exist fortunately to reduce your BMI.

We do not hide that getting rid of fat and losing weight is not the easiest and fun thing to do. You will need determination and courage. You will have to change your habits in order to reduce your BMI quickly and permanently. Of course, if you are overweight, there is a reason. The balance can not be the only one responsible, so it will be necessary to change your habits and your way of life.

Do not be discouraged! If the quest for weight loss can seem difficult, long and fraught with difficulties, it is not insurmountable! By following our tips and tricks, you will quickly and easily reduce your BMI and lose fat.

Below you will find 4 methods/programs to reduce your BMI effectively. For a faster weight loss and a decrease of your BMI, we advise you to combine these 4 methods.

Caution, surgery is only recommended for BMIs greater than 35.

Decrease body fat with a diet

Decrease body fat with physical activity

Decrease body fat by adopting a new lifestyle

Reduce BMI with surgery (BMI > 35)

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Calculate your BMI

Use our online calculator to check your body mass index (BMI) and find out if you have a healthy weight.