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1 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.1 CHIP Information Session Just What is the Coronary Health Improvement Project, Anyway? John Kelly, MD, MPH, Director Rocky Mount Lifestyle Health Center

2 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.2 Preview Introduce our CHIP staff Share WSLS-10 Health Team report Introduce CHIP founder, Dr. Diehl Review advantages of community-based lifestyle program View CHIP video Overview of CHIP program and materials Registration process

3 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.3 Introduce our CHIP staff John Kelly, MD - Medical Director Sally Kelly - CHIP Co-Director & Chef Viki Little, RN - Hosting Coordinator Jody OBrien - Heartscreen Coordinator Kevin Powell - Chaplain & Coach And our many other volunteers…

4 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.4 How Did We Come to CHIP? Met Dr. Diehl in Loma Linda, CA Helped with some CHIP programs Led a CHIP program conducted by medical students for medical training Conducted local CHIP programs, including one as a study at Carilion Helped launch numerous CHIP programs in Roanoke area

5 Combined CHIP Program Results

6 Diabetic CHIP Program Results

7 FBS dropped 43 mg/dL (26%) TChol dropped 26 mg/dL (14%) LDL dropped 11 mg/dL (12%) TGL dropped 84 mg/dL (30%)

8 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.8 WSLS-10 Health Team Report Karen McNew learned about CHIP and excellent Carilion study results Did a news story on local couple in the study (Jimmy & Gail Law) Shared three things you can do to improve your health

9 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.9

10 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.10 The best researched and documented lifestyle intervention program in the medical literature, with ~20 publications.

11 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.11 An entire issue of Absolute Advantage dedicated to the CHIP program and its various applications

12 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.12 Hans Diehl, DrHSc, MPH Worked with Nathan Pritikin Longevity Center, a pioneer lifestyle health center as NIH research fellow Made lifestyle medicine his life work and career, developing community programs Conducted programs in US, Canada, India, Australia with hundreds attending Eventually produced videos of program

13 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.13 Advantages of Community- based Program Pritikin program is residential - requires folks to travel across country or world Costs thousands ($5,000 - $20,000) Requires leaving home environment and being off work Return to same environment after program with no support Difficult to continue the lifestyle changes

14 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.14 Advantages of Community- based Program Community-based program lets you stay at home - no long travel required Can implement lifestyle changes in your own kitchen and dining room Local alumni group gives support Results are comparable to residential Costs far less (Only $495 for a year instead of $10-20,000 for 2-3 weeks) $295

15 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.15

16 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.16 Overview of CHIP Program Heart screen with fasting blood testing Three evenings a week for five+ weeks (16 evenings, Mon, Tue & Thur 6:30-8:45pm) DVD lectures plus group medical visits with live presentations Cooking classes and taste samples Exercise activity and Grocery store tour Second heart screen with blood tests Grad banquet, certificates and awards

17 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.17 CHIP Textbooks and Materials 1.CHIP Syllabus 2.Dynamic Living text and workbook 3.Cookbook of tasty, quik-n-easy recipes 4.Take Charge of Your Health book 5.JumpStart booklet 6.Getting Started booklet 7.Pedometer 8.Water bottle and tote bag

18 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.18 CHIP Alumni Stories Gail L. Interviewed by WSLS-10 News Now off most of her medications Blood sugars no longer in diabetic range Feels so much better Charles K. Diagnosed with IHD 2y before CHIP Stress echo after CHIP: IHD is gone He is losing weight and feeling great

19 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.19Lifestyle Health Education

20 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.20 $$$

21 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.21 Wolff, et al. Maternal epigenetics & methyl supplementation affect agouti mice gene expression, FASEB 1998;12:949-57.

22 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.22 CHIP Registration Process 1.You decide to take the program (or not) 2.Complete the registration forms 3.Pay registration fees (prepay or deposit) 4.If financial assistance is needed, complete a scholarship application form 5.Select heart screen #1 time slot 6.Receive forms to be completed at home before heart screen #1

23 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.23 CHIP Heart Screen Process Come on time for heart screen appt in fasting state (no breakfast! we feed you) Bring completed forms with you Arrange any remaining amount due Complete each heart screen station Eat a heart-healthy breakfast Receive tote bag with CHIP materials Attend first CHIP session on Monday

24 Jan 2010Lifestyle Health Education, Inc.24 For More CHIP Information Call the Lifestyle Health Center at 540-483-7775 John Kelly, MD, MPH, Director Rocky Mount Lifestyle Health Center


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