We will be relocating our office to 1788 Mitchell Rd., Suite 101, Ceres, CA 95307!!! Our office will be closed from 12/07/15-12/13/15 during this transition. We will re-open at the new location on 12/14/2015!! We apologize for any inconvinience that this may incur.
"Begin your journey towards success.... as success is your new reality !! Let us help you reach your ideal weight loss goals one calorie at a time !!"
~ Lydia T. Grant, NP ~
Here at New Beginnings Weight Loss Center, we understand that weight loss is a very personal process. We have a proven, medically supervised program that will assist you in achieving your weight loss goals safely and effectively. Whether your goal is to lose 10 pounds, 50 pounds, or over 100 pounds, we are here to facilitate in getting you there.
Our program is designed to help you set realistic and measurable goals. We are here to help you succeed! By being on this program, you will be able to see results that can last a lifetime. We will provide you with the right tools to help you lose & maintain your weight.Take the first step and call now.....Because every day you wait, could be a day that you could be loosing weight at New Beginnings!!!
Check Your Body Mass Index ("BMI") Now On The Calculator Below:
Your body mass index (BMI) is an estimate of your body fat that is based on your height and weight. Doctors use BMI, along with other health indicators, to assess an adult’s current health status and potential health risks. You can determine your BMI with the calculator below. (BMI should not be used to assess a child’s weight because the appropriate weight for a child varies greatly by age).
Typically, people with higher BMIs have a greater likelihood of developing conditions such as heart disease, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, and type 2 diabetes. But many factors — including your family history, eating habits and activity level — also influence your overall health.
BMI calculator results are grouped into the broad categories of underweight, healthy weight, overweight and obese.
As you review your results keep in mind that BMI has its limits, and that BMI recommendations do differ based on gender and other variables. (For instance, BMI may underestimate body fat in an older person who has lost muscle tone).
If you have questions or concerns about your BMI results, consult with your doctor or health care provider.
Less than 18.5 Underweight
18.5- 24.9 Healthy
25.0- 29.9 Overweight
30.0 or more Obese