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Weight Gain in Pregnancy
exceeds recommendations by 48%
Excessive weight gain in pregnancy can lead to a high risk pregnancy and increase chances of birth complications. It also increases the risk of obesity, diabetes, and long-term negative health outcomes for both mother and baby.
Pre-Diabetes in Women
living in the US has affected over 27 million
Women living with pre-diabetes prior to pregnancy are at a significant increased risk of gestational diabetes during pregnancy. It is important to manage this condition through a healthy lifestyle, like with diet and exercise, to help facilitate a healthy pregnancy.
has risen by 56% in the last 10 years
It's important to be screened and have proper medical care for women who have gestational diabetes in pregnancy to prevent negative outcomes. Increased rates of c-sections, high blood pressure, and preeclampsia can lead to premature birth and death.
High Risk Pregnancies
leading to premature births cost $12B annually
Pre-existing conditions prior to pregnancy are increasing. From 2015-2018, pre-existing rates of hypertension rose 31%, type II diabetes increased by 28% and diagnosed obesity rose by a staggering 100%, according to a Blue Cross Blue Shield study.
This is how you change the statistics.
Sonder Health's TeleNutrition Lifestyle Program (TNLP) provides cost effective telemedicine and evidence-based patient navigation tools, helping organizations expand access to a qualified network of providers while helping adults solve nutrition problems that typically are only received from in-office care.
Food and lifestyle changes can prevent and treat illness, manage chronic disease, and provide patients with an overall healthier lifestyle.
In one study, foods tailored to address specific nutrition conditions were associated with:
→ A 16% net reduction in overall healthcare costs
→ 49% fewer inpatient hospital admissions
Annual healthcare savings for women with optimal breastfeeding rates significantly reduces:
→ $1.1Billion in diabetes costs
→ $1.8 Billion in myocardial infarction costs
→ $618 Million in hypertension-costs
Supporting good nutrition from pregnancy and beyond also helps to reduce the chances of complications such as anemia, low birth weight, and birth defects. In general, better overall nutrition care results in less complication rates.
You’re balancing hundreds of challenges and concerns, especially in a post-pandemic world, so we bring the experience, skill, and holistic perspective to help you (and your patients) get the support you need.
By partnering with us, here’s what you can count on:
- Clinically effective and cost-effective care that includes nationwide clinical support in all 50 states
- 7/365 access to specialty-trained telehealth registered dietitians, lactation consultants, coaches and more
- Education, 1:1 support, and stress resilience techniques
- Increased patient satisfaction and additional cultural, psychosocial, and nutritional support
- Access to evidenced-based videos and powerful PDF tools that cover SMART goals, calorie awareness, food quality and ingredients, meal planning and preparation, movement and fitness planning, and more
And that’s just the start.
Did you know: oxytocin released during the milk ejection reflex has been linked to regulation of blood pressure and cardiovascular function and may reduce the response to stress in lactating women?
Long duration of breastfeeding is associated with a reduced risk of coronary heart disease. Compared with parous women who never breastfed, women who breastfed for a lifetime total of 2 years or longer had a 23% reduced risk of coronary heart disease (95% CI 6%-38%, P for trend = .02) after adjusting for age, parity, stillbirth history, early-adult adiposity, parental history, and lifestyle factors.
This effect may be due to the influences of lactation on carbohydrate and lipid metabolism. Furthermore, oxytocin released during the milk ejection reflex has been linked to regulation of blood pressure and cardiovascular function and may reduce the response to stress in lactating mothers.