As a person who has struggled with weight, you likely understand firsthand that weight can negatively impact all areas of your life. At Structure House, weight loss is a catalyst for changes far beyond the numbers on a scale. We help participants find success in many areas of their lives, including*:
- Weight loss
- Increased energy
- Lower blood pressure
- Lower cholesterol
- Improved blood sugar control
- Improved sleep habits
- Enhanced self-image
- Enlightened personal relationships
- Decreased need for medication
- Decreased pain
- Enhanced self-esteem and confidence
Consider Cathy, a 56-year-old diabetic woman from Ohio who suffered from hypertension. By the end of her recommended four-week stay at Structure House, she had achieved a dramatic health makeover*.
- Cholesterol decreased from 283 to 230
- Blood sugar lowered from 323 to 150
- Weight dropped from 224 to 209 pounds
- Blood pressure reduced from 149/88 to 122/80; reduced by one-half
- Insulin reduced by one-third
Weight loss research is an important component of the Structure House program, and our findings are routinely presented at obesity conferences and published in peer-reviewed journals. A recent study looked at average weight loss of male and female guests, with these findings*:
Average 4-week Weight Loss for Men:
- 6.00% of body weight
- Beginning average weight: 322 lbs.
- Ending average weight: 301 lbs.
- Average weight loss: 21 lbs.
Average 4-week Weight Loss for Women:
- 5.50% of body weight
- Beginning average weight: 250 lbs
- Ending average weight: 235 lbs.
- Average weight loss: 15 lbs.
Over a one-year period the average man lost 47 lbs. and the average woman lost 31 lbs.
*Testimonials and success stories are from actual participants. Weight loss percentages may vary based on individual engagement and circumstances. Published outcomes studies can be found in Obesity and Weight Management Journal.