iDiet gives impressive results in both the community groups and worksites:
- Most people lose at least 10 pounds in their first group
- Typical weight loss is 25 pounds
- 89% finished the program
Published results like no other
In our recent worksite-based randomized trial, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, we showed six times the weight loss typically achieved in worksite programs.
The iDiet’s effectiveness and its informative and supportive group process led to repeat sign-ups when additional iDiet programs were offered. Our worksites have asked for follow-up programs beyond the first six months and seventy-five percent of our community group participants sign up for more sessions.
Real health benefits
Weight loss of the magnitude iDiet provides has been shown to improve health in a variety of ways that can save you money, including reversing type 2 diabetes and obstructive sleep apnea in a majority of subjects, reducing cardiovascular risk factors and medications, and reducing the need for gastric bypass surgery. Payback from this program on healthcare costs alone can be under one year.
Results for a lifetime
We offer an intensive weight-loss program for high-risk populations, as well as wellness programs targeted to the general population. When followed longitudinally, we find most of our dieters not only keep off the weight they lost in our program, but they continue to lose weight on their own.
Peer-reviewed, published results
The iDiet has been successfully delivered to thousands of dieters in communities and in corporate settings including universities, law firms, hospitals and Fortune 50 companies. Additionally, it has been extensively tested and results published in the world’s leading scientific journals. In addition to the paper cited above, other published studies showed that iDieters were less hungry and had fewer cravings than before starting the program.[2,3]
Thanks to the iDiet program, unhealthy foods lose their addictive power over iDieters, helping them sustain their weight loss over the long term.
 Salinardi et al. Am J Clin Nutr 2013;97:667.
 Batra et al Obesity 2013;21:2256
 Batra et al Appetite 2013;69:1
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