Journal of Medical Internet Research: Weight Loss and Usage of an Online Commercial Weight Loss Program
Digital Wellness & CBHS Annual Report Results
Showed that members who completed the 24-week Total Wellbeing Lifestyle Plan lost an average of 6.8% of their body weight.
Start strong for effective weight loss
Research from CSIRO reveals the characteristics associated with greater weight loss success.
One of the world's largest weight loss study reports
Preliminary findings from our 5-year study revealed the key to three times more weight loss.Download report
Research reveals health is #1 for weight loss
New research from CSIRO shows health conditions top the reasons for losing weight in an analysis of 65,000 dieters. A follow-up survey of 3000 members suggests weight loss is the best medicine for a range of chronic health conditions.Download infographic
Gut Health and Weight Loss
An overview of the scientific evidence of dietary fibre for weight lossDownload report
Refunded vs Non-refunded findings
Do financial incentives improve weight loss results? Our analysis of over 13,000 members of the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet suggests they do.Download infographic
VegEze Impact Report
How a mobile app can boost vegetable intake in those that need it most.Download report
CSIRO Diet Types Report
An exploration of the personality traits of over 90,000 Australians and how these relate to diet habitsDownload report
CSIRO Fruit, Vegetables and Diet Score
A deep dive into the self-reported fruit, vegetable and juice consumption of 145,000 Australian adults. With Horticulture Innovation Australia.Download report
CSIRO Healthy Diet Score
Australia's largest ever diet survey confirms we're not as healthy as we think we areDownload report
We never settle when it comes to health
Randomised Controlled Trial
A gold standard randomised controlled trial to investigate the efficacy of Digital Wellness's online weight loss platform. Results at: 12-weeks, 24 weeks and 18 months.
Over 300 overweight or obese participants were recruited and randomised to one of three groups for the weight loss intervention: basic, enhanced or control.
After this phase, participants were re-randomised into one of two weight loss maintenance programs for a further 18 months.
This study was funded by the prestigious Australian Research Council Linkage Grant, with co-contributions from Digital Wellness. ARC Website.
A cohort that tracked over 11,000 real world participants of the Digital Wellness - Biggest Loser Club program, conducted to establish the value of the program as a treatment option for overweight and obese adults.
Challenge Cohort Study
A medium cohort of 1334 real world participants tracked over 8 weeks to compare weight loss, and other outcomes, from a fast tracked and celebrity endorsed 8-week challenge group to the standard program.