BMI (Body Mass Index) uses height and weight to determine whether you are at risk for weight-related health problems. The lower your BMI, the lower your risk for health problems.* The following table will help you to determine your BMI and, based on this, determine which program is best for you.
Key: Green-Normal, Yellow-Obese, Red-Obese, Purple-Morbidly Obese
*Your health history, as well as your BMI, establishes your true risk. Certain health factors may increase the positive impact losing weight can have. You should discuss additional health factors with your provider. Health factors, as outlined by the American Dietetic Association, include but may not be limited to: