“I keep setting higher goals because I know if I continue to eat healthy then I will be making better choices.”
Working with Coach Ann Marie provided Ella with the accountability and support she needed to lose ten pounds. “I like that every week I get to talk to Coach Ann Marie. It has really helped to have another person besides my family to help me through my journey. I think Kurbo is a really good program for teens and kids… we go to a lot of events and activities where there are treats around, and Kurbo makes it easier to balance.”
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1 Cueto V, Wang CJ, Sanders LM. Impact of a mobile app-based health coaching and behavior change program on participant engagement and weight status of overweight and obese children: retrospective cohort study. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(11):e14458
2 Improvement was seen in percentage above the 95th BMI percentile status. Result from an independent analysis by Alexandra Hanlon, PhD, Director, Center for Biostatistics and Health Data Science and Professor of Practice at Virginia Tech of the data set from Cueto V, Wang CJ, Sanders LM. Impact of a mobile app-based health coaching and behavior change program on participant engagement and weight status of overweight and obese children: retrospective cohort study. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(11):e14458