What is CHIP?
CHIP is a seven-week community-based lifestyle intervention program aimed at substantially decreasing the risk of coronary artery disease and chronic diseases (such as type 2 diabetes, essential hypertension, and obesity) through appropriate lifestyle change.
Since its initiation in 1988, it has graduated more than 50,000 people from four continents and 250 cities.
Its goal is to provide participants with an understanding of the cause-effect relationship among diet, exercise and disease so they become increasingly motivated to make lifestyle changes.
CHIP informs, motivates and then supports the necessary changes for improved health.
Detailed Class Schedule
Atherosclerosis - The Silent Killer
Eat More & Weigh Less
The Magic of Fiber
Reversing Hypertension/Disarming Diabetes
Effective Cholesterol Control
Fats in the Fire
Fit at Any Age/Osteoporosis
Lifestyle, Health & Disease Control
Reversing Disease with Knife & Fork
Diet and Cancer
Atherosclerosis of the Mind
Forgiveness & Building Self-Worth
This comprehensive program is enhanced not only with guest speakers, food preparation demonstrations, and heart-healthy food choices and recipes, but also offers a variety of exercise modalities to support lifestyle changes and improved health.
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I was amazed that at each session not only did we listen and receive valuable research information, but received additional literature, recipes, ideas, exercise ideas, label reading information and made new acquaintances. The program was diverse, the leaders and presenters each week were senstive, open and provided excellent feedback as requested.
- Pam Anderson,