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The Full Yield, Inc. Launches Breakthrough Collaboration to Put Food Back at the Heart of Healthcare
Date:2/8/2010

The Full Yield provides two programs to improve health: the Right to Eat™ Store Program, which guides consumers in making health-supporting purchasing decisions and reinforces the health and wellness initiatives and related private label products of all participating retail chains, and The Full Yield™ Program, a 12-month comprehensive and scientifically validated wellness program for individuals to improve and preserve health.  More than 50% of the U.S. population suffers from and is paying for chronic disease caused by diet and lifestyle choices; participants in The Full Yield™ Program can expect to measurably improve their health, reduce their reliance on medication, and improve their quality of life as they age.

The Full Yield™ Program includes:

  1. Health-Supporting Food Prescription: A list of health-supporting and health-depleting foods is available for members and educational information is available on-line and throughout Roche Bros. and Sudbury Farms stores.  In addition, the company offers fresh, natural prepared meals and snacks to use while learning to cook with health-supporting foods, or when convenience matters most.  All Full Yield meals and snacks meet the nutrition guidelines established by the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society, the Diabetes Prevention Program, the National Institutes of Health, and the USDA.
  2. Help and Support: Personalized phone support from coaches trained in a method clinically proven to result in long-term behavior change.
  3. Biometric and behavioral monitoring: Clinically validated health status surveys and online tracking throughout the 12-month program help participants understand their cardiometabolic health status and monitor their improvement.  Biometric monitoring includes total blood lipid profile (total, LDL, HDL, and triglycerides), fasting insulin and hemo
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