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What A Difference A Year Makes - Lab Results

Posted Aug 01 2012 8:43am
Before      After
As you know by now and I hope you don't get tired of hearing it or reading it - I lost 103 pounds in a course of a year.

Due to being overweight or I should say morbidly obese (according to the Body Mass Index or BMI chart), I developed several illnesses.  I was diagnosed with diabetes type 2, high cholesterol and high blood pressure.

I took several medications to control these illnesses and had many warnings from my doctor to do something about my weight. Warnings that I ignored for awhile.

It wasn't until my medications began NOT to work and were forcing my doctor to think of other measures to take (injecting insulin) that I decided to  make the determination to change my lifestyle as to my diet and exercise.

My Doctor-- Dr. Frank Maselli
The journey of losing weight is not an easy one but it yields endless benefits.   Just to let everyone know, I'm monitored by my doctor every three months due to my diabetes, so as time went by and I dropped the pounds, my lab results were getting better and better.  So here are some of my recent results from  my last doctor's visit on July 17, 2012  compare to the same time last year.


                                             
                                         

                                           

My Labs Results  2011 vs. 2012

                     
     


Last Year   This Year               Normal Range



Wow!! what a difference a year makes.  I must say that looking at the chart, I was totally amazed myself. It's unbelievable to me.  I don't take anymore medications, and I'm healthier now than I've ever been.   I still have some more work to do, but my doctor is happy with all my results so far.  For the first time in a long time I wasn't nervous when he came in the room to examine me.  All my hard work has paid off, but my journey continues......

If you want to check you own BMI (Body Mass Index) Click Here

If you want to keep yourself accountable on your calories intake and/or exercise to lose, gain, or maintain your weight, you can use the following FREE applications:  My Fitness Pal,   Lose it OR My-Calorie-Counter

** Remember-- Always check with your doctor before starting any kind of diet and/or exercise plan.


There is no such thing as a self-made man.  You will reach your goals only with the help of others. ~ George Shinn


Related Link:
My Weight Loss Journey - I Lost 100+ Pounds
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