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Licensed from Stanford Hospital and backed by 30 years of research
Selected out of 393 apps as only solution with 8 strategies of evidence-based weight loss
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Kurbo Health Coaches work with you to set personalized goals, provide encouragement and keep you on track for long-term success.
Our proven “Trafﬁc Light” Food System helps you eat healthier while not giving up your favorite foods.
We’ve designed this program speciﬁcally to create a support system for you and your loved ones. We work with kids, teens and adults.
Participants reduced their body mass index
Families adopted healthier habits
Reported higher levels of happiness, self esteem, and confidence
Parents of coached kids lost weight
Health plans have a unique role to play in enabling access to much-needed treatment to help kids and families live healthier lives. This white paper explores the value pediatric obesity solutions provide to health plans, and how cost-effective, scalable solutions – like Kurbo – can help unlock that value.
This white paper explores the history of calorie counting approaches, and some of the drawbacks of current food labeling and calorie counting, including high cognitive load, increased stress and a failure to teach the nutritional value of foods. In contrast, evidence-based research is showing why the simpler Traffic Light System has emerged as an effective alternative to promote long-term healthy habits for adults as well as kids, and is now being used by many corporate early adopters.
The U.S. Army, along with the rest of America, feels the impact of the childhood obesity crisis. As with many other large employers, the military suffers from loss of productivity, absenteeism, presenteeism, and skyrocketing healthcare costs related to the health issues of overweight children. With the help of Kurbo, upwards of 70% of participants in Fort Sill pilot program have successfully adopted healthier eating and exercise habits that led to weight loss.
Every year, employers in the U.S. spend over $14.3 billion on healthcare for overweight children. It is estimated that childhood obesity will cost society over $1 trillion dollars if all of today’s obese American youth become obese adults. Read about strategies for employers to change this situation.