Bariatric dietary support on your terms.
Weight loss after bariatric surgery isn't just about "calories in versus calories out." You also have to consider the kind of calories you consume—lots of protein, moderate amounts of complex carbohydrates, and beneficial fats. And you can't forget about vitamins, minerals, and water.
It can be challenging pre-surgery and post-surgery. As you get further out from surgery, you may wonder what to eat to reach (or maintain) your goal weight, and live your best healthy life.
We can help.
Your nutritional needs are unique. Your support system should be too!
Good Measures makes eating healthy easy. We pair a powerful online platform and mobile app with the personalized support of a registered dietitian to help you set goals, understand your body's changing needs, and provide professional coaching that is customized just for you. (Read the FAQ.)
How Good Measures Works
1. Connect with your coach
Your coach gets to know you and helps you make small changes based on the way you want to live and the foods you like.
2. Track food and activity with the app
Use the Good Measures Index to see how well your foods are meeting your needs. Get suggestions for the best things to eat next.
3. Start seeing results and feeling great!
Celebrate each small victory with your coach along the way.
What if you didn't have to spend so much time thinking of what to eat?
Instead, imagine enjoying life, armed with the tools and support you need to achieve your goals.
The Good Measures platform helps you make good nutritional decisions that support your health. Our registered dietitians have special training in bariatric nutrition and can help you plan meals, build healthy habits, and solve problems that get in the way of healthy bariatric eating.
Working with your own personal dietitian, you'll create goals that are right for you. From there, the online platform will suggest meals and new foods to try—in real-time—based on the foods you like.
The Good Measures Index
Many online food trackers assign you an oversimplified calorie goal that doesn't factor in your unique needs as a bariatric patient. Then they measure your progress using a "calories in versus calories out" approach.
There's a better way.
The Good Measures Index (GMI) is our patented science, a breakthrough measure that simplifies nutrition. The GMI is a real-time number between 1 and 100 that factors in your health conditions, your unique goals, your preferences, and the foods you eat, measuring the nutrients you consume.
Your GMI changes as you add food to your day. And at any time, you can dive deeper into your score and see what nutrients you're getting enough of and which ones you need. Plus, you get meal and snack suggestions to help get you to where you need to be.
Get to know your GMI, and learn to eat in a way that supports your goals and long-term health!
Good nutrition doesn’t have to be hard. Let us help!
Good Measures is a powerful solution that helps you set goals, understand your unique nutritional needs, and make good eating decisions that deliver results.