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Effective Weight Loss Outcomes with Behavioral Modification

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What is Behavioral Modification and what does it mean for weight loss?

Behavioral modification is a therapeutic approach designed to change a particular undesirable negative behavior. According to Foundations Recovery Network, “The belief behind behavior modification is that all behaviors can be observed and measured and used as targets for change. As a result of those consequences (positive or negative), a person can learn, shape or eliminate certain behaviors.” What this means for weight loss is an open door. An open door to a different type of weight loss journey, one that is effective and low risk.

Research has shown.

Recently a study conducted by the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) shows that the risks of participating in these studies were minimal. This is a major plus to behavioral interventions. The USPSTF task force analyzed 89 behavioral weight loss program trials from all over the world, and these included participants of both genders as well as many racial and ethnic groups, with ages between 22 and 66, and body mass index between 25 and 39. With a wide variety of specialists involved, including, behavioral therapists, psychologists, registered dietitians, exercise physiologists, lifestyle coaches, as well as physicians, the patient under study was provided counseling on basics like nutrition, physical activity, and self-monitoring, as well as psychological components like identifying obstacles, planning ahead, problem-solving, and relapse prevention. Peer encouragement was also part of the study with 24/7 access to support groups and counselors. According to the Harvard Health Publishing Harvard Medical School, “Participants had significant weight loss compared to controls, averaging between 1 and 20 pounds, with an average weight loss of 5 pounds overall, and were more likely to have lost 5% of their total body weight at 12 to 18 months. Thirteen trials looked at diabetes risk, and pooled results showed that participants had a significantly lower risk of developing diabetes.”

What does this mean for UnCraveRx™?

UnCraveRx™ is a medically assisted weight loss program. Study data reinforces our belief that when behavior modification is included with a weight-loss regiment, the results are better. It provides statistics surrounding the effectiveness that comes along with using behavioral modification therapy as UnCraveRx™ uses. We want clients to know they are receiving the best medically assisted weight loss experience. Eating healthy and being physically active are lifelong behaviors and not one-time events. Unhealthy behaviors develop over the course of time, therefore replacing them with healthy ones requires time and support. The UnCraveRx™ weight loss management program is a comprehensive program that includes access to our virtual platform to support your clients to create better eating habits and a healthier lifestyle.

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