Learn Why Deprivation Diets Don't Work and Best Practices for Actual Behavior Change
Americans spend more than $40 billion a year trying to lose weight. Yet, obesity rates continue to skyrocket.
Dr. Jennifer Lovejoy, Vice President of Clinical Development and Support, discusses why deprivation diets don’t work. She explains how biological, behavioral and psychological science can be combined to approach the problem in an innovative way, leading to long-term weight loss, overall health improvement and ultimately, reduced risk of chronic disease.
You will learn:
About the epidemic
The costs of obesity
Why the situation is getting worse
What employers can do
Best practices in behavior change
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