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Nordic health care provider Attendo expanding the use of MealLogger to provide mobile lifestyle counseling for goups

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One of the largest health care providers in the Nordics, Attendo, has decided to expand the use of MealLogger as part of a new mobile group-based lifestyle prevention model in Finland. The model combines traditional group interventions with mobile coaching and peer support. While each group meeting is organized by a registered nurse, a dietitian provides virtual support to each group via MealLogger.

“Based on our pilot in the fall, we’re convinced that combining traditional group coaching with a solution that incorporates mobile technology and peer support, we can start offering our clients solutions that are modern and engaging, while also being cost-effective” says director Antti Raimovaara. Continue reading

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Cost-effective Mobile Lifestyle Intervention in a Primary Care Setting to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

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A mobile group intervention model was used in a primary care setting to deliver cost-effective mobile lifestyle counseling. During the 3 month intervention, study participants lost on average 4.6% of their body weight. Each group was lead by two nurses, who received mobile support from a dietitian. Continue reading

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Hear how The Fitness Edge uses MealLogger to help clients get better results through mobile nutrition coaching and peer support.

Testimonial: The Edge Fitness Clubs from MealLogger on Vimeo.

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Group Coaching 101

 

 

Group_coachingMealLogger Groups allows one health/fitness professional to coach several clients simultaneously. Participants can see each other’s meals and the suggestions offered by the professional, which often get amplified by other group members and end up leaving a strong impression. This format encourages camaraderie and mutual support, and gives clients the chance to learn and get inspired not just by each other’s meals and snacks, but also successes and wins. Continue reading

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MealLogger Teams Up with Harvard Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Today we had the pleasure of speaking with Leigh Keating, MS, RD, LDN, CBDT, Director of Nutrition Research of Harvard Catalyst Clinical Research Center, and Elizabeth Klerman, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, at Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Leigh and Beth are currently investigating the daily routines and rhythms of undergraduate students. The study includes several cohorts for one month each, during which they record meals using MealLogger for one week. While their current study focuses primarily on sleep habits, social networks, and mood, the protocol uses MealLogger to catch snapshots of the students’ dietary patterns. Here are just a few interesting tidbits we gleaned from the chat:

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