Join us on a Journey to Better Health
19 Live Online Facilitated Sessions
The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) is one of the world’s most scientifically proven, intensive lifestyle intervention solutions, designed to help support and facilitate the prevention, treatment, and reversal of chronic disease.
Participants share their experiences with CHIP.
Is CHIP right for me?
These are just a few of the priceless benefits that thousands of people have already enjoyed with CHIP:
- Reverse chronic disease
- Lose weight while eating more
- Gain energy
- Spend less on food and medication
- Enjoy life again
- Live more!
How can CHIP help?
Significant measurable changes are consistently recorded in average CHIP participants in as little as 30 days:
- Lower cholesterol 10-25% or more²
- Decrease biomarkers for stroke risk²
- Normalize blood pressure²
- Lower weight without calorie counting²
- Lessen depression³
- Manage & reverse type II diabetes symptoms¹
Join over 65,000 participants who have already experienced CHIP
RLMI CHIP program includes:
- 19 live online facilitated 2-hour sessions
- 18 videos followed by small group discussions
- Curriculum kit:
– Access to CHIP Hub for 12 months, includes electronic copies of textbook, workbook, and cookbook.
– Hard copy high quality printed materials are available for free with a nominal shipping fee (call our office 800-710-7564).
- Private CHIP Google Classroom membership
- Plenty of support!
Meet the Presenters
These authorities present the CHIP material in an innovative and entertaining format.
HANS DIEHL, DrHSc, MPH, FACN
CHIP Founder & Consultant
- Clinical Professor of Preventive Medicine at Loma Linda University School of Medicine.
- World Authority on Lifestyle Medicine with 30+ years of leadership experience.
- International Speaker and published author of multiple books and scientific publications.
- Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Cardiovascular Epidemiology, National Institutes of Health.
DARREN MORTON, PhD
Exercise Physiologist and Health Educator
- Senior Lecturer at Avondale College of Higher Education.
- Published articles in leading medical and scientific journals
- Recipient of Australian Learning and Teaching Council award for outstanding contributions to student learning in the University sector.
- Earned Australian Fitness Network Author of the Year award.
ANDREA AVERY, MD, MBA
- Award for Outstanding Research, University of North Carolina.
- Received Outstanding Young Woman in America Distinction.
- 25 years of clinical research, private practice, clinical teaching of medical students and physicians in training.
- Has served as faculty member at 3 prestigious U.S. academic medical centers
Stories of CHIP graduates: How their lives are just beginning again
A testimony from Mark McNeill on coronary disease reversal with the CHIP program.
Testimony from Lynn Anastas on her improvement and reversal of osteoarthritis after going through the CHIP program.
Beverley’s story of recovery and reversal of diabetes after going through the CHIP program.
An overview of the participants, process and results of CHIP
Academic and medical praise for CHIP
- American College of Lifestyle Medicine (Gold Certification)
- Physicians’ Committee for Responsible Medicine
- The Center for Science in the Public Interest
- The International Nutrition Research Foundation
Over 40 scientific articles on CHIP in peer-reviewed medical journals such as:
- American Journal of Cardiology
- The Journal of the American Dietetic Association
- Preventive Medicine
1. Shurney, D., S. Hyde, et al. (2012). “CHIP lifestyle program at Vanderbilt University demonstrates an early ROI for a diabetic cohort in a workplace setting: a case study” Journal of Managed Care Medicine 15(4): 5-15.
2. Aldana, S. G., Greenlaw, R. L., Diehl, H. A., Merrill, R. M., Salberg, A., & Englert, H. (2008). “A video-based lifestyle intervention and changes in coronary risk.” Health Educ Res, 23(1), 115-124.
3. Thieszen, C. L., R. M. Merrill, et al. (2011). “The Coronary Health Improvement Project (CHIP) for lowering weight and improving psychosocial health.” Psychol Rep 109(1): 338-352.