SAN DIEGO: New research from the World Obesity Federation has found that dealing with the effects of obesity will begin to cost USD1.2 trillion per year less than a decade from now, and the cost increase in the United States will outpace that of every other country in the world. SelfHelpWorks has developed a weight loss intervention to help put an end to numbers like these - LivingLean.
Reducing the Risk
SelfHelpWorks has long been the leading provider of cognitive video interventions to deal with today's major health issues, so it's little surprise this company has an interactive option for one of the most expensive health issues facing the world today - obesity and unhealthy eating. Partnering with employers, wellness vendors, health plans, and medical providers, this online video course is designed to create lasting behavioral change.
Easy to Follow
Part of the reason for the success of LivingLean, and the other wellness courses offered by SelfHelpWorks, is that it's simple to implement. Anywhere a computer, tablet, or smartphone is available, participants can log in, and learn how to demolish the psychological roadblocks preventing them from making the necessary life changes that must happen for real progress. LivingLean is an engaging, personalized experience that helps participants start thinking differently about food and implement a powerful process designed to end the food cravings that often lead to obesity.
"We've designed LivingLean to attack the root of the problem - false beliefs and self-defeating thought patterns that take place at a subconscious level. It's packed with support tools and activities that permanently end the unhealthy eating habits at the root of obesity," said Lou Ryan, the company's founder.
Translating Information to Weight Loss
LivingLean has worked for hundreds of individuals across the nation. One study by a UCLA professor found that the average weight loss among participants was 26.6 pounds. In another study by a leading wellness program, obese participants dropped their Body Mass Index (BMI) by an average 12 percent.
The numbers of those suffering through obesity across the globe is only going to continue to rise, but programs like LivingLean have the power to end the crisis permanently.
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