Linecoaching: Nutrition Coaching for Happier Meals
The Epidemic of Obesity and Overweight
Overweight and obesity are serious public health issues:
30% of the French are overweight
16% of the French suffer from obesity
in France ,1 out of 4 people could be obese in 2030
Working on an individual's eating behavior leads to permanent weight-loss.
LineCoaching is a CBT-based weight-loss program that promotes intuitive and mindful eating without dieting. Loosing weight becomes healthier and more permanent when eating behavior is changed at the roots - achieving more body awareness and control over food.
Jean-Philippe Zermati, Nutritionist
25 years of expertise in nutrition - in 1989, JP. Zermati opened the first multidisciplinary private team of nutritionists, physiotherapists, psychologists and psychomotor therapists in France, called the Obesity and Overweight Focus Group (Groupe de Reflexion sur l'Obésité et le Surpoids).
Gérard Apfeldorfer, Psychotherapist
G. Apfeldorfer specializes in eating behavior and the treatment of weight disorders since 1978. He also teaches Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies (CBT), and regularly attends conferences and trainings on the subject.
Discover in video your program of regulation of the food behavior. An overall assessment allows you to define your activities. The advice of the coaches, the videos and audios of our experts and daily challenges allow you to lose weight and stabilize without frustration!
The Tailor-made Program to Retrieve a Balanced Diet
Observe one's eating behavior
Enjoy and taste food
Spot one's automatic thoughts
Work on one's perfectionism
Honor one's feelings without using food
Manage evening cravings
Discover taste-triggered satiation
Be aware of satiation and satiety
Nearly 20,000 of our users experienced LineCoaching's effectiveness with significant changes in their weight, eating behavior and the way they perceive themselves - making them feel healthier overall:
79% of LineCoaching members managed to stabilize or even pursue their weight loss 1 to 3 years after the end of the program.
Nearly 64% have seen progress in their eating habits.