The community lifestyle intervention most widely reported in the medical literature is considered to be one of the most effective.
CHIP, The Complete Health Improvement Program – now known as Pivio, perhaps is being The most well-published community lifestyle intervention in [medical] literature.” It is also one of the most effective, with clinical changes “close to those achieved in [live-in] Residential Lifestyle Programs.
As I discuss in my video Weight loss program that just got better over timechip Encourage People who would transition to a whole food diet, a plant-based diet, and “the mean reduction in blood pressure was greater than that reported with DASH use.” [Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension] Study and comparable with the results of “trials of antihypertensive drugs. If we want to reverse the epidemic of chronic diseases worldwide, we must expand this. To Manufacture CHIP has become more accessible to a wider audience, as each of Hans Dill’s live presentations has been videotaped. Next, a “trained and certified” volunteer facilitator brought people into a room to watch the videos and helped foster the discussion. When it comes to solutions that are safe, simple, and free of side effects, such as a healthy diet and lifestyle, you don’t need to wait for a doctor to show up and give a lecture. Sounds great, but does it work?
Those worst-worst individuals who participated in the program, and finished all the videos, had a 20-point drop in blood pressure, a 40-point drop in bad LDL cholesterol, and a more than 500-point drop in triglycerides, as you can see below and at 1:00 08 in my country video. of those who came In the case of fasting blood sugar at the fasting level, about one in three remains nonfasting blood sugar; Remember that all this was achieved simply by empowering people with knowledge. Just to encourage People’s “move towards a complete, plant-based diet” has led to these wonderful benefits.
what or what I was How effective was the lifestyle modification program given by the volunteers to 5,000 participants? The same kind of significant reductions in weight, blood pressure, cholesterol, triglycerides and blood sugar were also found. Most studies give “Dietary advice for free-living people can be expected to lower total cholesterol in the blood by only 3-6%…[but a] A sustained decrease in total cholesterol concentration in the blood of 1% is associated with a 2-3% reduction in the incidence of heart disease.” Therefore, on a population scale, even small differences are important. state Thousands of people in just one month of CHIP, however, you’ll get an average 11% drop and a roughly 20% drop among those who need it most, as you can see below and at 2:12 in video.
But are the participants maintaining their healthy habits? Doctors can’t even Get Most people take one pill once a day. How effective is a volunteer-led video series in getting people to keep changing eating habits? The researchers looked at the CHIP data to find out. How did the participants perform 18 months after completing the program? Most were able to maintain their cuts in meat, dairy, and eggs, although some junk food is starting to trickle out again. And their consumption of fruits and vegetables decreased, although not back to baseline. Are you ready for the huge surprise? Although participants were explicitly told to eat as much as they wanted with no calorie or carbohydrate counting and no portion control, only by being told the benefits of focusing their diets more on whole plant foods, by the end of the six-week program, They were eating, on average, about 339 fewer calories per day without even trying. Instead of eating less food, they were only eating healthy food.
But that was true at the end of the six-week program when they were all alerted. Where were they after 18 months? Anyone familiar with weight-loss studies knows how they work: You can excite anyone in the short-term to lose weight with practically any type of diet, but after six months or a year, they tend to regain it completely — or even more. CHIP participants ate about 300 fewer calories per day during the program, but after 18 months, they were eating about 300 fewer calories per day during the program. 400 Fewer calories. What type of diet can work best the longer you practice it? A complete vegetarian diet. Many weight loss programs restrict energy [calorie] intake by limiting portion sizes, which often leads to hunger and dissatisfaction with the eating regimen, which contributes to lower compliance and weight recovery,” but a satiety-promoting diet that relies on everything you eat on a plant-based or whole-food basis may be The approach is the secret weapon for sustainable weight loss.