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12 Habits of Highly Healthy People
A wellness program for any age and every stage of life

About 12 Habits

12 Habits of Highly Healthy People is a comprehensive guide designed to implement meaningful and permanent healthy lifestyle habits.

Developed by globally-renowned wellness expert, Dr. Kerry Olsen, who served as medical director of the Mayo Clinic's Dan Abraham Healthy Living Center.

12 Habits of Highly Healthy People is used by the Mayo Clinic in its employee wellness program.

12 habits

Education

This easy-to-follow program is included in 24alife Corporate solution. 12 Habits of Highly Healthy People educates and encourages individuals and employees on their wellness journeys.

Pricing

Company size

100 1,000 5,000 10,000 25,000 50,000 100,000

$ per year/company

$1,099.00 $6,990.00 $22,991.00 $37,991.00 $66,991.00 $96,991.00 $145,991.00

$ per month/company

$91.58 $582.50 $1,915.92 $3,165.92 $5,582.58 $8,082.58 $12,165.92

$ per month/employee

$0.92 $0.58 $0.38 $0.32 $0.22 $0.16 $0.12

Set up fee

$299.00 $999.00 $1,999.00 $1,999.00 $2,999.00 $2,999.00 $3,999.00

 

Total $1,398.00 $7,989.00 $24,990.00

$39,990.00 $69,990.00 $99,990.00 $149,990.00

with 30% discount/year*

$978.60 $5,592.30 $17,493.00 $27,993.00 $48,993.00 $69,993.00 $104,993.00

with 50% discount/year**

$699.00 $3,994.50 $12,495.00 $19,995.00 $34,995.00 $49,995.00 $74,995.00

* Monthly subscription
** Yearly subscription

Download the 24alife brochure for pricing options

The 12 Habits Program

Each month, employees using 24alife Corporate will be introduced to a new habit and receive goals, educational messages, activities, reminders, and strategies to successfully incorporate each habit.

Habit in FebruaryForgiveness

Forgiveness is a gentle process of letting go of grudges and bitterness, reducing resentment and lessening motivation toward anger and revenge. Forgiveness is a choice you make to give up anger and resentment, while acknowledging that you were hurt. It is a choice, and is ultimately for you and not for the forgiven. Studies have shown that voluntarily giving up bitterness and practicing forgiveness can have a positive impact on our health, including improved blood pressure, decreased stress, improved relationships, and more.

Habit in MarchPreventive Health Care Testing

Preventive services are an important part of improving and maintaining your health care. Screening test results provide a snapshot of your current health and reveal opportunities to make healthy changes. Screening tests can also help detect problems early on, which is often the key to successful treatment and possible reversal of illness or disease. Keep in mind that screening recommendations change periodically. Also, unnecessary screening may lead to unnecessary testing, expenses, labeling and/or anxiety. Be sure to check with your health care provider about which tests you should have done.

Habit in AprilPortion Sizes

Food and drink portions have increased dramatically over the past few decades, changing the norms for individuals. It is important to understand food portion sizes as overeating can adversely affect our health. A portion is the amount of food on your plate. A serving is a precise amount of food, defined by common measurements such as cups, ounces, or tablespoons. It is generally a recommended amount and often found on food labels. Focus on increasing the size of your healthy foods while decreasing the portion size of unhealthy foods. Eat mindfully and enjoy your food.

Habit in MayAdequate Sleep
There are several factors that can interfere with a good night’s sleep - work, family commitments, stress, household chores, etc... In turn, sleep impacts our personal health. It may be obvious that inadequate sleep makes us more irritable and unable to concentrate. Sleep also impacts our weight and immune system, as well as our risk for serious medical illnesses like diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and depression. Consider sleep as you work toward personal goals and for long-term health benefits.

Program example…

  • Portion Sizes

    Focusing on portion sizes and the 12 Habits program can lead to the benefit of a healthy weight without having to focus on a specific diet…

  • Quick Tip: Snacks

    Studies report that we often eat whatever is available at arm’s length. Avoid keeping high calorie snacks near your desk or eating directly from large containers of food.

  • Quick Tip: Dining out

    When dining out with family and friends, share one dessert with the table or just have coffee and enjoy great conversation.

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