This is another one of those posts that I feel all nervous about posting because it’s hard to put that number out there...and to be honest, 293 wasn’t even my highest weight. I was well over 300 pounds during my fourth pregnancy. Anyway, my husband works in healthcare, and last night, while he was doing some reading, informed me that the new recommendation for people with a BMI of 40 or higher and type 2 diabetes is now weight loss surgery. I quickly looked up what my BMI was when I joined Weight Watchers. I was kind of shocked that weight loss surgery could have been a road offered to me, that I could have been a potential candidate for such a major surgery with a long and difficult recovery. I absolutely see the benefit of that option for many people. But for me, while not a quick fix, I was able to not only lose a lot of weight with Weight Watchers, but I also learned a better and healthier lifestyle. I wish more people knew that Weight Watchers isn’t only for people who need to lose a little bit of weight, it also works for people, like myself, who need to lose a LOT of weight while also learning how to make choices that will make it so much easier to live and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
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