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Let us help your patients follow your lifestyle advice by referring them to a proven therapeutic lifestyle change program.*

*All programs are 100% covered by insurance with no copays under Medical Nutrition Therapy for patients with a qualifying diagnosis'.  Each class is virtual and in person if needed.  Remote patient monitoring devices work out of the box through cell phone network and have no upfront cost. 

Keep Up to Date: Food as Medicine CMEs

New classes start every quarter in the afternoon and evening


  • Improved insulin sensitivity

  • Reduced blood pressures

  • Successful weight loss without "dieting"

New classes start every month in the afternoon


  • Proven to be superior to metformin

  • Successful weight loss and lower HbA1c

How to Refer

Secure Fax: (800) 957 - 1067
Direct Secure Email: Contact Us
Referral Form
Patient Requirements
For patient's to receive 100% coverage they need to have a qualifying diagnosis and covered health plan.  Remote Device Management is limited to Medicare patients only at this time.
Qualifying Diagnosis
  • Any type 2 diabetes code
  • Chronic kidney disease stage 3 or 4
  • Obesity (BMI > 30) plus a qualifying chronic disease risk factor
Covered Health Plans
All plans except for Providence, Kaiser and some self-insured company plans.  We do eligibility checks on every patient.
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Latest Talk:
Maximize Your Quality Scores

Are you frustrated with the pressure to meet certain quality measures? Are you concerned that patients may not accurately follow-your treatment advice?

John Gobble Portrait
Lifestyle Medicine Group is here to help your patients achieve optimal outcomes using three proven strategies for maximizing behavior change, adherence, and attainment of quality measures.
•    Lifestyle planning;
•    Lifestyle intervention; and
•    Lifestyle evaluation.
In this talk you’ll learn:
• Why it is important and what to do to lower breast cancer risk among those in their 20s and 30s.
•    How to bring registered dietitians and health coaches onto your team.
•   How to improve quality measure for:
        1) Hypertension control,
        2) Hemoglobin A1c control (< 9%),
        3) Screening for colorectal cancer
        4) Screening for breast cancer
        5) Tobacco screening and use intervention

The charts below represent the first 60 days of engagement in our intensive therapeutic lifestyle change programs for 203 participants between February 2014 and February 2017. 

Proven Results

BMI chart
weight chart
bmi chart percent

Obese: BMI = 30 – 34.9

Very Obese: BMI = 35 – 39.9

Morbidly Obese: BMI = 40+ 

weight chart week
glucose chart
ldl cholesterol chart
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