AOBA Health

Lifestyle Change Program

Prevention of Prediabetes, Overweight & Digestive Disorders


What we found

For every ten adult, four suffer from common digestive issues. A large-scale multinational study surveying 73,000 adults across 33 countries found that more than 40% of persons worldwide have functional gastrointestinal disorders. While common digestive issues could be noticed physically everyday, most of people are not aware that they may have Prediabetes, as the symptoms are not easily noticeable. 

What we all should know is – Certain digestive issues, such as gastrointestinal disorder, link to Prediabetes and Diabetes. In the U.S. alone, 96 million US adults, or 38% of population, have Prediabetes, and 37.3 million people have Diabetes. 

We use our in-house AI tool to curate public consumer complaints and what we found is – while most common digestive problems are bloating or indigestion, various side effects occur daily, including inflammation, brain fog, low energy, or mood dis-regulation. We observe that number of those complaints significantly increase over time.

Let’s change that.

Let Food Be Thy Medicine

Let food be thy medicine is a great approach which shows the significant role of a healthy lifestyle to prevent diseases. Research shows that eating a mostly plant-based diet, together with active physical activities, good sleep and stress management can keep the body free of certain diseases, reverse many diseases and aid in disease prevention. 

In fact, everyone knows that. But – not many people can be disciplined to adopt a healthy diet and change their current  lifestyle. The main reason is they do not want to change their habits.

Our Program

Our Lifestyle Change Program is designed based on USA CDC’s Lifestyle Change guidance, and thorough researches and data collected by UK Bio Bank to identify 7 key factors that affect our lifestyle and our health. 

Step 1: CDC's Prediabetes Risk Test

Prediabetes is when someone’s blood glucose (sugar) level is too high but not high enough yet for a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes. Prediabetes can become type 2 diabetes if it is not treated. 1 in 3 American adults has prediabetes, and more than 84% of people with prediabetes don’t know they have it. So, take the risk test now to see where you stand. The Test is from the U.S. CDC-led National Diabetes Prevention Program.

Step 2: 10-week Exploration with Pre-diabetes

By following this comprehensive outline, you will gain a thorough understanding of Pre-diabetes and the lifestyle changes necessary to prevent and manage this condition effectively.

Week 1: Introduction to Pre-diabetes

– Understanding what pre-diabetes is and its risk factors.
– Importance of lifestyle changes in preventing and managing pre-diabetes.
– Overview of the 7 Lifestyle factors that impact pre-diabetes.

Week 2: Diet and Nutrition
– Importance of a balanced diet in managing pre-diabetes.
– Meal planning and portion control tips for pre-diabetes.
– Incorporating more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains into the diet.

Week 3: Physical Activities
– Benefits of regular exercise in preventing and managing pre-diabetes.
– Different types of physical activities suitable for individuals with pre-diabetes.
– Creating an exercise routine that fits into a busy schedule.

Week 4: Social Activities
– The role of social support in maintaining lifestyle changes for pre-diabetes.
– Tips for staying motivated and accountable in a social setting.
– Building a support network for long-term success.

Week 5: Medical Awareness
– Understanding the importance of regular check-ups and monitoring for pre-diabetes.
– Knowing the signs and symptoms of pre-diabetes and when to seek medical help.
– Working with healthcare professionals to develop a personalized pre-diabetes management plan.

Week 6: Sleep
– The impact of sleep on pre-diabetes and overall health.
– Tips for improving sleep quality and duration.
– Creating a bedtime routine for better sleep.

Week 7: Mental Wellness
– The connection between mental health and pre-diabetes.
– Strategies for managing stress and anxiety related to pre-diabetes.
– Incorporating mindfulness and relaxation techniques into daily life.

Week 8: Avoidance of High-risky Behaviors
– Identifying high-risk behaviors that can worsen pre-diabetes.
– Tips for avoiding temptations and triggers for unhealthy habits.
– Developing coping strategies for dealing with cravings and setbacks.

Week 9: Case Studies and Success Stories
– Real-life examples of individuals who have successfully managed pre-diabetes through lifestyle changes.
– Learning from others’ experiences and applying their strategies to your own journey.
– Finding inspiration and motivation from success stories.

Week 10: Action Plan and Next Steps
– Setting realistic goals for lifestyle changes to prevent and manage pre-diabetes.
– Creating a personalized action plan with specific steps and timelines.
– Identifying resources and support systems to help stay on track and achieve long-term success.

Step 3: Weight Loss & Gut Health

This Module helps you monitor your weight, food consumption, precise meals and nutrition, via Fitbit app. Right food consumption will help you improve digestive health in general, and gut health in particular, which impacts your brain and mental health.

A mostly plant-based diet, which consists largely nutrient-dense foods, such as vegetables, whole grains, nuts and seeds, provides our body with healing vitamins, minerals. Particularly, plant-based diet provides fiber and plant proteins which are the keys to reduce digestive problems and reverse Prediabetes issues.

As part of lifestyle diet options, we offer our Signature Japanese AOBA Green Protein, which contains prebiotic fiber and plant protein extracted from super green leaves, using Japanese high extraction technology. It boots deliciousness, preserves freshness, and maintain high-quality nutrition values in our daily meals.

Step 4: Stress & Mind Health

This Module helps you decompress stress, practice sleep relaxation, and calming meditation, via free flow dance and music. It also helps you elevate your visualization of healthy living.

Music track is licensed from original music composers and played by professional pianists on YouTube channel.

Free flow dance movements as an easy Art-Sport, following Contact Improvisation style, could be practiced at home to free your body and mind. Online classes are provided by a professional dance contemporary school on YouTube channel.

Step 5: Continuous Monitoring Plan

Reverse your Prediabetes and Reduce your Weight by 5% with our Annual Plan. Or, Stay in our Program until you do. Cancel anytime.

Monthly Plan

$97 per month

6-month Plan

$47 per month

Annual Plan

$470 per annum

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