FINDING SUCCESS WITH NATURALLY SLIM®
What does success feel like to you? Each of us has our own reasons and motivations for wanting better health. The Naturally Slim® program is the key to lasting weight loss that doesn’t include starving, counting calories or eating diet food. The simple, online program helps you change how you eat instead of what you eat. But don’t take our word for it — listen to what these Trust participants have to say:
“Instead of doing a lot of snacking, [the program has] varying levels of hunger and this helps you really be conscious of ‘am I hungry?’ or ‘am I just bored and I’m eating my emotions?’ says participant Jamie, who has lost about 20 pounds. “A few coworkers also engaged in the program, so that helped a lot,” she says.
Change how you eat
Jonathan says it was really easy to get started — you even get a starter kit. “It puts you in a mindset that you don’t need to change a lot of what you’re eating, but how you’re eating.” Since starting the program, he’s lost 40 pounds, feels more energetic and his mood has lifted.
Lower your risk
For Anita, the program drew her in because it seemed like a good way to lower her diabetes risk — something she’d seen impact her father’s health. “It’s much easier than the other programs I’ve been on,” she says. “They send you the tools to help you do it better. They send you a diary so you can keep track of your food, and a measuring tape so you can track your results.” She has lost 25 pounds and is feeling better about herself — it has even brought her closer to her son, since they’re now cooking together and making food that’s better for both of them.
Visit the Naturally Slim page on the Trust website to watch Jamie, Jonathan and Anita talk about what success looks like for them.
Space is Limited
Apply between March 22 — April 2, 2021. The next Naturally Slim program session starts April 19, 2021.
Earn HRA funds
If you’re accepted into this clinically proven program and complete 9 out of the 10 weekly video sessions, you may earn $150 in 2022 HRA funding.