Healthier, Longer Lives through Habit Change
With Newtopia’s clinically proven platform, people replace unhealthy behaviors with healthy habits. So they can prevent, slow, or reverse type 2 diabetes, obesity, heart disease, musculoskeletal issues, anxiety & depression, and other health challenges. The result? Greater physical and emotional well-being!
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People and Programs that Help the Whole Person
Our health coaches, called Inspirators, know each participant’s unique preferences, needs, personality, and more – even genetic predispositions! More than simply instructors, they combine state-of-the art technology, dedicated one-on-one guidance, and a hyper-personalized well-being plan to drive greater physical and emotional outcomes.
Reducing Risks and Costs
Offered by employers and health plans, Newtopia not only helps participants decrease their healthcare costs, but also reduces organizational risks and costs – present and future. What’s more, our engagement-based pricing ensures that every investment delivers value.
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How Newtopia Works
After participants are paired with the most suitable Inspirator, they follow a custom- built plan that includes an activity tracker, digital scale, mobile app, and ongoing motivational sessions. It’s the easiest way to make healthy living a lifestyle!
A Personal Habit Change Index that Tracks and Inspires!
Newtopia focuses on developing sustainable, healthy habits through clinically proven behavior change. It is not a weight loss diet, quick-fix “solution,” or short-term panacea. Participants manage their progress and recognize their achievements using Newtopia’s proprietary Habit Change Index (HCI). The HCI leverages a constellation of data regarding activity level, sleep, stress, meals, mood, coaching sessions, goal adherence, and more to provide participants with true visibility into their momentum. Chronic disease risk decreases. Healthy living increases.
Healthy Habit Success Stories
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