Employees invited to participate in program to reduce sugary drink consumption
From: Hokie Wellness
Hokie Wellness, in collaboration with the University of Virginia, invites employees to sign up for a no-cost wellness program called iSIPsmarter.
Drinking too many sugary drinks is related to chronic health problems such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and cavities. iSIPsmarter is a research study that compares two web-based programs designed to help adults living in southwest Virginia decrease their consumption of sugary drinks. Participants will be enrolled in a nine-week program and can receive up to $200 in gift cards as well as a cellular-enabled scale valued at $110.
To learn more and sign up, please go to isipsmarter.org. Once you complete the Interest Form, a member of the iSIPsmarter team will contact you to talk more about the program. You can also call Donna Brock at 434-962-5870 to learn more about the program.
The iSIPsmarter study is funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Hokie Wellness serves Virginia Tech to foster a healthier community by providing prevention services, education, outreach, and resources to employees and students. If you have questions, need assistance, or want to join the Hokie Wellness Google group to stay up to date with monthly updates, contact the team at email@example.com.