"You're 217.7," said Clinical Dietitian Betsy Day.
Weighing in at 217 pounds is a major accomplishment when you consider where Daniel Moix began.
Reaching as high as 440 pounds just last year.
He's lost more than an an entire average person.
"How many days a week are you working out?" asks Day, "Fiver or Six" replied Moix.
And he's done it through diet and exercise alone. Learning to enjoy things he never thought he would.
"I climb Pinnacle Mountain just for fun," he said.
Moix struggled with weight his entire life. Weighing 209 pounds in the 4th grade.
"I've had a lot of wake up calls in life," he said. "But I kept hitting the snooze button."
Ironically food was the least of his concerns when he was obese. He says it was always easy to just run through a fast food restaurant and now food is all he thinks about.
"The program teaches you how to plan ahead," he said."How to think and how to think of food for it's nutrient value."
He heard about the Center for Weight Loss and Metabolic Control at UAMS on a radio commercial.
A program where clinical dietitians like Day have helped him lose more than 200 pounds in one year.
"Losing weight, and losing weight rapidly like in our program, should be monitored by trained professionals," said Day.
But it's not just about reaching a goal weight. It's about changing patient's lifestyles so they'll be able to live longer better lives.
"To give him a more positive outlook and a more positive future is just amazing," said Day.
Moix used to struggle to fit into vehicles, but now is able to freely come and go after having written his own prescription for a better life.
Moix says anyone can do it too. If you would like to visit his blog where he shares nutritious recipes and his weight loss progress, click here.