Our program includes weekly health workshops led by the CDC-certified lifestyle coaches, aerobic exercise fitness, live healthy cooking demonstration, one-on-one consultations with Nutritionists. In-Person & Remote delivery modes.
Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure are chronic diseases that can impact one’s ability to be healthy and productive.
We offer a one-year program designed to develop and acquire evidence-based healthy habits to delay or prevent type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Our Lifestyle Coaches use scientific approaches, backed by the CDC, to assist in achieving health, lifestyle, and nutrition goals.
Through this revolutionary program, participants learn the benefits of:
Chronic disease prevention requires more than exercise and healthy eating. Personalized encouragement and motivation from health experts who understand the necessary commitment to make lasting lifestyle changes is critical.
Join a supportive community focused on empowering you to be more physically active, make healthy food choices, and achieve healthy weight.
Invest in your employees’ health and increase their productivity with evidence-based strategies to prevent chronic disease.
Help your patients prevent chronic diseases by referring them to a CDC-recognized and evidence-based program.
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Join A Community Of Healthy And Active Participants Who Have Completed Our Program And Are Committed To Living Longer, Happier Lives. Check Out Their Experiences!
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