Fighting Obesity

America is struggling with a childhood obesity epidemic.

At Obesity Solutions, we understand the fundamental flaw of current anti-obesity methodologies: uncoordinated efforts between disparate organizations cannot create the type of widespread transformation required to change outcomes for large numbers of people.

Our approach is to combine efforts between the five stakeholders identified by scientists as most important: families, schools, early childcare facilities, communities and primary care physicians. Based on strong scientific evidence and best practices, we developed a first-of-its-kind program that addresses each of these stakeholders in a collaborative fashion, working together to achieve greater results than any one of them could on its own. Our results-oriented umbrella program is easily tailored regardless of socioeconomic factors, ethnic makeup, existing curriculum and the like so it can be quickly implemented for maximum results on a short timeline.

A localized version of our program called Activate Hawaiian Gardens had incredible, statistically-significant results that were widely covered by local and national newspapers including the Long Beach Press Telegram, La Opinion and the Los Angeles Times (which featured a front-page story) as well as television news broadcasts on KCBS, KNBC, FOX and KCAL. Thanks to the implementation of Activate Hawaiian Gardens, the city was subsequently recognized by Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move Cities, Towns and Counties” as the best in the United States among cities with populations under 25,000.

The huge success of our first installation encourages us as we expand into other cities, which we are confident will positively impact the childhood obesity epidemic. Contact us today to learn how we can duplicate these efforts in your community.
obesity solutions for families


Getting healthy starts in the home. We work with families to get the next generation on track, educating parents who might not otherwise know what constitutes healthy food and good behavior.

beat obesity in schools


What better way to reach kids than right in school? Our program doesn't require any significant change in curriculum, but it does lean on teachers and administrators to help make learning about healthy choices fun.

stop obesity community


We'll work with businesses and respected leaders in your community who have a vested interest in bettering local lives.

healthy lifestyles doctors


Primary care physicians are an important part of the solution because they have obese patients already in their care and fully understand the ramifications of an unhealthy lifestyle.

healthy lifestyle childcare centers


Early childcare providers are important role models for children and as such have an enormous impact in the development of healthy behaviors and lifelong food preferences.