About the program
When it comes to metabolic disease, lifestyle changes can be powerful medicine. But changing long-established behaviors on your own can be a daunting challenge. That’s where our metabolic health group program comes in. Whether you have hypertension, pre-diabetes/diabetes, high cholesterol, obesity, or metabolic syndrome, we’ll help you take control of your metabolic disease by making therapeutic lifestyle changes you can stick to.
What to expect
Led by One Medical providers and health coaches, this program consists of six 2-hour sessions (meeting every other week). We’ll provide evidence-based resources and information on diet and exercise changes, and teach you effective strategies to enable, advance, and maintain these changes to improve your metabolic and cardiovascular health.
Our community-based approach focuses on coaching to change behaviors and troubleshoot challenges — with the added benefit of peer-to-peer learning and support.
The topics covered include:
- Goal setting and encouraging a growth-oriented mindset
- Eating a balanced, whole-foods, plant-based diet
- Getting regular exercise
- Stress management
- Improving sleep
- Self-monitoring of lifestyle and biometrics
Now enrolling for the following dates:
- Tuesdays, Feb 1st, 15th, Mar 1st, 15th, 29th, and Apr 12th
Time: 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Where: Living Better is conducted online, via a HIPAA-compliant video platform.
Each session is billed to your insurance as a virtual medical visit, and subject to payer policies and restrictions for telehealth. You may be responsible for your regular copay, coinsurance, or deductible owed depending on your insurance benefits. Please check your insurance policy or reach out to your insurance provider to better understand your costs.
How to enroll
Interested? Please fill out this survey to request a spot and our program coordinator, Alexsandra Buckner, will book your appointments or reach out with any follow-up. Please note, space is limited to 15 people and we accept people on a first-come, first-served basis.
Questions? Email the program coordinator.
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