Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Coaching keeps you going

When you are dieting at Your Weight Loss for Life use your blue cards to record your daily food. This will track your progress You cannot improve that which you do not measure. and sometimes we HIDE from measuring for too long and it becomes more difficult.

Get involved in activities to keep your mind and hands busy. The more you involve yourself in an activity - both physically and mentally - the less time you will think about food.

Do not get discouraged if you have had a lapse. Lapses are normal part of any improvement program, so you should look at them in a positive way. View each lapse as a chance to change a bad habit.  Do not over exaggerate and think you are a diet failure and therefore "stupid, lazy, incompetent, etc." You are normal and do not beat yourself up because of a lapse.

Let us work with you on coaching to change those brain pathways so you can become more in sync with eating and weight maintenance. We are dedicated to your success for a lifetime.


Monday, February 17, 2014

Take Coaching to Manage Your Schedule for Weight Loss Success

In today's busy, pressure filled world, Your Weight Loss for Life understands how difficult if might have been for you to maintain your regular visits to your previous program. Do NOT BE A SLAVE TO YOUR EXTERNAL SCHEDULE. Make weight management a top priority in your life. Renew your motivation and commitment to a healthier you. Don't hide from the truth that you might have fallen off the diet plan; just get right back on or step into our Maintenance program to preserve the successful losses you have achieved. Don't lose your success especially since the first 10% often lessens the toll of weight associated medical problems.

Call us for our coaching help to make YOUR WEIGHT LOSS FOR LIFE 402-812-8400

Dr. B

Thursday, February 13, 2014




1.     Health care costs can consume up to 50% of an organization’s profits

2.     Obese people ( BMI > 30 ) are high risk and can cost $3000 more per year

3.     High risk obese people are 18% less productive, 18 hours per week, 2 months per year

4.    75% of employee healthcare and productivity costs are secondary to lifestyle choices

5.     ROI  on weight loss programs is $1 returns $2.73 in benefit/profit

6.     Weight loss decreases sick leave 28%, medical costs 20%, and workers compensation 30%

7.     Musculoskeletal non back injuries are 1.53 times more frequent

8.     80% medical spending for chronic illnesses

9.    34% of USA are obese ( BMI > 30 )

1.  3000 deaths per year from obesity

1.  Increase BMI from 25 to 26 increases medical costs 2.3%

1.  Diabetes occurs at 2% increase per year obese

1.  Obesity costs up to $6694/ year with BMI >35

Jacob Wayman, KCIM statistics