Clinically proven results for the real world
Based in behavioral science and backed by data, our program helps people lose weight, sleep better, stress less, and so much more—and we’ve got the clinical results to prove it.
Our commitment to clinical results
Our dedication to clinical results is unparalleled. Our Chief Medical Officer is one of the leaders in obesity research, our program is backed by an acclaimed science advisory board, and we even made our name “Wondr” (ending in “dr”) to reaffirm our commitment to clinical results.
“You have to lose weight above the shoulders before you can below the shoulders.”
— Tim Church
MD, MPH, PhD, Chief Medical Officer
Our program is clinically-proven* to reverse MetS, hypertension, and pre-diabetes in employer populations and is backed by peer-reviewed clinical studies.
50% of men reversed MetS
30% of women reversed MetS
37% of men reversed prediabetes
26% of women reversed prediabetes
84% of participants lost weight
50% reversed high blood pressure1
“It was always affirming to hear people remark that I seemed calmer or less stressed. That was such a victory because sleep is really hard to come by as a new mom.”
— Lauren L.
Small steps, big difference
As little as a 3% reduction in body weight produces clinically meaningful health benefits.
Wondr’s clinically-proven program teaches sustainable skills that result in lasting weight loss and ROI year-after-year.
average weight loss per participant at 10 weeks
3rd party validated, meaning hard cost savings for you
Quality of life
More than a weight management solution, Wondr works beyond the number on the scale to improve health and headspace.
65% feel more confident
64% feel more energetic
85% feel more in control of their weight
63% feel their mood has improved
33% sleep better
Dan B.“Wondr taught me to find out what's really important and make sure you get what you need, so that you're not substituting food for it.”
Peer-reviewed clinical studies
Wondr is the leading digital behavioral change program and is backed by multiple peer-reviewed studies.
Impact of Wondr program on Quality of Life
The clinical whole-health impact of the Wondr program published by the BMC Public Health journal.
Impact of Wondr on Hypertension
Evaluation of a voluntary work site weight loss program on Hypertension, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health
Impact of Class Participation on Weight Loss
Clinical study: Retrospective Examination of Class Attendance on Corporately Sponsored Weight Loss Programming, March 2020
Impact of Wondr on Metabolic Syndrome
Evaluation of a voluntary work site weight loss program on Metabolic Syndrome, Journal of Metabolic Syndrome & Related Disorders, Volume 13, Issue 8, October 2015
Impact of Reengaging in Wondr Health
The Efficacy of Re-Engaging in an Employer-Sponsored Weight Loss Program, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, December 2019.
Wondr Clinical Evidence Overview
Five published, peer-reviewed studies show the kind of science-based, data-backed outcomes your people can expect.
Impact of Education Level on Weight Loss
A Retrospective Analysis of Employee Education Level on Weight Loss Following Participation in an Online Weight Loss Program.
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