New Online Program Makes Lifestyle Change and Weight Loss Achievable for Groups and Companies of All Sizes

Go Meals Go! Wellness Consulting has launched an online program empowering groups of any size to get healthy together, safely and permanently. Lifestyle Clean-Up focuses on adapting one healthy habit every four weeks for one year.

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Appleton, WI (PRWEB) April 25, 2014

Go Meals Go! Wellness Consulting, a leader in workplace wellness solutions, announces its newest online program, Lifestyle Clean-Up. Faced with high health care costs, many employers are turning to worksite wellness programs to help employees adopt healthier lifestyles, lower risk of chronic disease, and improve worker productivity. Lifestyle Clean-Up helps groups adapt 13 key lifestyle habits through tracking sheets, informational emails, educational flyers, weekly dinner meal plans, and an online support forum. Each habit is promoted for four weeks, allowing ample time for implementation.

“Lifestyle Clean-Up is perfect for groups or organizations wanting to be healthier, and achieve that goal in a fun and social way,” says Shana Hussin, registered dietitian and developer of the program. “In addition, it promotes healthy competition within groups, while educating participants on how to lose weight and live healthfully, without the use of expensive supplements, complicated diets, or special foods.”

Groups can be of any size, from any organization. Groups currently participating in Lifestyle Clean-Up include businesses, health clubs, churches, universities, and school districts. A more casual group of family and friends works just as well. Lifestyle Clean-Up is available individually for those who would rather participate on their own. The personal program is a valuable resource for health professionals, as it is a tool their patients or clients can use to improve their lifestyle. This unique and comprehensive program can be started anytime, anywhere.

“Many companies and groups long for healthier employees who are more productive, but may lack funding for health coaches, intensive wellness programs, and the like. Lifestyle Clean-Up is affordable and saves money down the road by reducing chronic disease risk,” Hussin added. “In addition, it takes the guess work out of providing your group with current and valid wellness information.”

Small changes do matter and daily habits have a huge impact on health. Making small adjustments to daily life is the key to success. Starting slow allows gradual adjustment to changes, rather than making grand resolutions or lofty goals that are not kept. With Lifestyle Clean-Up, participants have four weeks to adapt one healthy change, and group support to promote success. Peer-to-peer accountability helps participants stay on track with habit changes.

Anyone interested in learning more about Lifestyle Clean-Up or other Go Meals Go! Wellness Programs can visit http://www.gomealsgo.com. Groups of any size wanting to implement Lifestyle Clean-Up can contact Shana Hussin, RD at 920-450-7119.

Implementing an existing wellness program need not be an expensive investment for companies. Statistics have routinely shown that employers who utilize corporate wellness programs have decreased absenteeism, reduced health care expenses, and increased productivity among employees. Lifestyle Clean-Up takes it a step further by providing the opportunity to make permanent changes together. Companies with wellness programs already in place can also benefit from Lifestyle Clean-Up, as it provides a new and innovative program that is simple to distribute.


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