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Is your weight

connected to your well-being?

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Do you believe that your current weight falls within a healthy range?

Have you considered calculating your BMI (Body Mass Index)? If you haven’t taken this step yet, now might be a good time to do so.

Why is this important? Our studies indicate that at least 3 out of 4 individuals in the Indian population have a BMI that falls within an unhealthy range.

Body weight is a significant factor that can be modified to help reduce the potential for conditions like Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart attacks, strokes, hormonal imbalances, infertility, and various other chronic lifestyle-related ailments. Taking the matter of weight management seriously, adopting appropriate methods, and focusing on achieving sustainable, long-term weight loss can make a substantial difference.

You might find care4sugar’s Weight Loss Calculator helpful in evaluating your weight management score as part of the report.

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What is your Body Mass Index (BMI)?
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How much do you weigh? *
Provide your contact information to receive your personalized healthy weight score.

Congratulations, your weight maintenance score presently falls within the healthy range. We encourage you to uphold a BMI under 23 kg/sq m to safeguard against potential health concerns such as Type 2 diabetes, elevated blood pressure, cardiovascular issues, and stroke.

Your current weight management score indicates an unfavorable range for your health. To enhance your well-being and lower your BMI to less than 23 kg/sq m, you have the opportunity to mitigate risks of ailments such as Type 2 diabetes, elevated blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke. Furthermore, this journey can lead to notable enhancements in your self-assurance, overall happiness, and overall quality of life.

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