Each program is a 24-week lifestyle conditioning course where you will learn and implement practical behaviors studied to improve health. By the end of the course, your daily habits will be have changed significantly, and you will feel this difference with a healthier mind and body.
We adhere to the most current medical research and do not use fad diets, unproven tools, or supplements.
Our programs are designed to be taken in 6 months (one module per week), but because they are self-paced, you have as long as you need for completion.
Use the Activity Monitor to track your blood pressure, blood sugar, stress level, and weight.
Start each module by watching a video lesson educating you on a lifestyle habit you will be developing that week.
Review and complete the week’s action steps.
Submit your Action Step Report at the end of the week and receive feedback from the Evolve team.
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"In my 26 years of practice, I have seen that the top two reasons that patients cannot improve their hypertension is lack of motivation and lack of guidance. I usually see my patients every 6 months and understand that my talks with them are not enough. I would recommend this program to anyone who has high blood pressure, so they can really make these changes a part of their lives.” - Chandranath Das, MD Cardiologist
“Health Conscious is a valuable resource to help people make lifestyle changes and build habits that can prevent illnesses in the future .” - Amy Lewis, MD Internist
“I am forced to recommend heart surgery on patients every day whose heart disease has reached a critical point. After these life-saving procedures, the real work begins. To prevent patients from being on the table again, making lifestyle changes is a MUST. I am excited to see Evolve addressing the simple changes that can make a huge difference in improving health!” Parag Jain, MD Cardiologist