Weight management programs can help you lose weight and keep it off. If you are overweight or obese, this program can help. It combines lifestyle changes with medical monitoring for weight-loss success.
Who Is a Candidate for This Weight Management & Obesity (Adult) Program?
- You are between the ages of 18 and 64. You are overweight, with a BMI of 25 or higher.
- You have a family history of obesity.
- You have tried unsuccessfully to lose weight on your own.
How Does the Weight Management & Obesity (Adult) Program Work?
The Weight Management & Obesity (Adult) Program is designed to help you lose weight. You will meet with a registered dietitian who will create a personalized meal plan based on age, gender, height, weight, and current health status. You will also attend group meetings with other people in the program, who can offer support and encouragement as you reach your goals together. If needed or requested by you or your health care provider, sessions can be held by phone instead of face-to-face if this is more convenient for you.
You will receive an activity tracker that measures how many steps you take each day. This helps track how active (or inactive) you are during the week – but don’t worry if it’s not perfect! As long as we know what activity level needs improvement, we’ll be able to adjust the meal plan accordingly so that there’s always enough energy left over after exercise sessions, so they don’t interfere with progress towards other goals like stress relief or improved sleep quality.
You will receive a customized exercise plan for your fitness level and goals. The dietitian or personal trainer will help you understand which exercises are best for you and how often they should be performed to achieve results faster. You may also receive advice on adjusting your daily routine to include more physical activity throughout the day.
What to Expect During the Weight Management & Obesity (Adult) Program?
The first week of your program will be all about learning to manage your food, exercise, and water intake.
During the second week, you’ll learn about stress management, sleep habits, and how to identify the foods that make you feel sluggish or unhealthy. You will also have a chance to start working on creating goals for yourself—the first step toward success in any area of life!
During weeks three through five (weeks two through four), we’ll focus on learning what triggers our desire to eat certain foods or indulge in behaviors that aren’t healthy for us. You’ll also get tips on avoiding those triggers so they don’t derail your progress toward achieving long-term success with weight loss.
As the weeks pass, we’ll begin to see the results of all your hard work. You’ll lose weight and feel great about yourself!
If you are overweight, this program can help.
This program is designed to help you lose weight. It can also help you manage your weight, which will keep the weight off once you’ve lost it.
The Weight Management & Obesity (Adult) Program offers a variety of services for adults who are overweight or obese and want to make healthy lifestyle changes.
Services include individualized counseling and education sessions with a registered dietitian; group sessions on nutrition, exercise, behavior change, and stress management; support through peer groups; access to health care professionals such as nurses; health screenings; physical activity programs at supervised facilities including gyms and fitness centers; educational workshops on topics such as cooking healthy meals in small kitchens or how to use public transportation without getting stuck in traffic jams during rush hour times (this may not apply everywhere!).
The Weight Management & Obesity (Adult) Program is a safe and effective treatment option for adults who are overweight or obese. The program uses a combination of diet and exercise to help you lose weight. Most people who complete the program can keep off the weight they’ve lost, so it’s worth giving it a try if you fit that description.