The rising incidence of chronic diseases and the associated healthcare costs are unsustainable. The good news is most common chronic conditions — hypertension, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity, and some cancers — are rooted in poor lifestyle choices and thus potentially preventable or reversible.

Lifestyle Medicine involves the use of lifestyle changes, such as a more plant-based diet, physical activity, stress management, restorative sleep, avoidance of risky substances and positive social connection, as a primary therapeutic modality for the treatment and reversal of chronic disease.

Six pillars of CHIP




Risky Substances

Social Connection

Stress Management

CHIP represents a holistic health approach providing guidance and support for the way individuals eat, move, manage stress, sleep, manage emotional wellbeing, self-worth and happiness.


Health Systems

Healthcare Providers

Major employers, health systems, and providers trust CHIP

  • CHIP provides participants with a chronic disease intervention that actually works. As a result, it will reduce your organization’s healthcare spending and related productivity costs.
  • CHIP improves participants’ overall health & wellbeing. They will feel better, more cared about and more engaged and their out-of-pocket costs will be reduced.
  • CHIP gives you a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

    Economic Benefits

  • For every $1 invested, $2 in savings in healthcare claims
  • One in 4 employees with diabetes eliminate one or more medications
  • Net cost savings per participant $1,150
  • Overall gains in productivity

    Clinical Benefits

  • Facilitates disease reversal
  • Improvements sustained 3-5 years
  • Blood pressure reduced by 5%
  • LDL cholesterol lowered by 13%
  • Lowers fasting blood sugar by 6%
  • Reduced BMI
  • Significant decrease in depression

The Power of CHIP

In 2020, CHIP was the first intervention program to earn the Certified Lifestyle Medicine Program designation from the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM).

Published studies demonstrate the clinical impact of the CHIP program.


40+ publications in major scientific and medical journals

Impacting tens of thousands of participants worldwide over three decades