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Summer Fit, Fun, and Fab Healthy Weight Management Challenge

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What?

Lady on a scaleIn this Challenge, participants have options to:

 

Receive the 12-week Weight Management 101 digital campaign. Provides weekly health and wellness education and tips to help you lose weight and live a healthy lifestyle. Details below.

Track your weight & what you eat as you attempt to lose weight.

Weigh-Out appoints will be held:

September 29, 2015 – October 1, 2015.

Why?

Extra pounds are unhealthy and put more strain on your heart and can raise blood pressure, often leading to diabetes.

Weight management can help you achieve optimal health and improve healthy living.

What you need to know

  • Winning Criteria: Greatest percentage of total body fat loss. Results determined at weigh-out by a Sutter health professional.
  • Prizes: In addition to a healthier, happier you, the Weight Loss Challenge winner will receive a Fitbit - a wireless fitness tracker that tracks daily activity, including steps, distance and calories burned ($60 value).
  • Privacy: Your biometric data is protected under HIPAA and will not be shared with your employer.

Sutter Health’s 12-Week Digital Weight Management 101 Series:

Registration closed July 3, 2015 for the 12 week digital weight campaign.

The weekly digital campaign helps you stay motivated with:

  • Healthy Living Videos
  • Live Well Health Tips & Food Log
  • Interactive Strategies & Tools
  • Webinars
  • Sutter Health Online Resources (some may not be applicable to Kaiser members)

Topics may include:

  • Getting started on your weight loss journey and strategies for success
  • Weight loss toolkit and reducing stress with a healthy diet
  • Sugar detox diet and making healthy choices when eating out

Note: This health information is provided by Sutter for informational purposes as a service to promote consumer health. It is not intended to provide medical advice tailored to you in any way. It does not constitute medical advice and is not intended to be a substitute for proper medical care provided by a physician.

 Questions: Contact Healthy Habits