Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP)

CHIP Program

Diabetes and heart disease such as high cholesterol and high blood pressure are the leading causes of death in the US. Imagine enjoying not just good health but OPTIMAL health and wellbeing. The CHIP program is based on solid research and a “whole health” approach. It is the best approach for preventing and reversing disease as it responds fully to the causes of disease and the demands of modern living, and helps one re-discover who they are as healthy, happier person. The CHIP program is largely a nutrition program that teaches you how to eat healthy by choosing foods that provide optimal nutrition, learning how to cook these foods, how to shop for these foods and how they impact your body, mind and spirit in a positive way. CHIP also focuses on fitness and its integral part in your overall health. CHIP addresses your sleep habits, your stressors, your relationships and the interaction between your mind and body. 

The Complete Health Improvement Program takes participants through an intensive educational program with 18 sessions running over 7 weeks. Throughout the program, participants are guided through the various stages of lifestyle change, helping to show them the benefits of an optimal lifestyle and giving them the tools to maintain positive lifestyle change. 

Are you ready to reduce your cholesterol or blood sugar?

Are you ready to sleep better and have more energy?

Are you ready to lose weight?

Are you ready to get off certain medications?

Next Session Details:
Date:  TBD
Time:  TBD
(A hybrid course mixed with in-class and online sessions is currently being reviewed and may be offered in Spring 2017.)

Cost:
The cost of the program is $300 and is non-credit fee waiver eligible.

The cost covers:
-Books and materials
-Meals at most sessions
-Pre and post laboratory panels to measure improvement
-Grocery shopping tour
-Cooking demonstrations

There is a $50 incentive at the end for 85% class attendance/makeup and a $50 incentive for improvement in 1 of 5 indicators (total cholesterol, LDL, Triglycerides, weight loss, blood sugar).
*Note - All wellness incentives will be submitted by employee wellness for tax purposes as per federal government guidelines.

Sponsored dependents and household dependents may participate at largely reduced rate.  Class size is limited.

Questions, contact benhunt@missouristate.edu.