Introducing Real Appeal — A Weight Loss Program

At the Compass Rose Health Plan we are committed to helping you achieve you health goals. For some, that may be losing weight. Now, you can achieve your personal weight loss goals with Real Appeal®, a free weight loss program available to eligible Compass Rose Health Plan members at no additional cost. Real Appeal's approach is focused on combining simple steps with personalized tools and support. 

This year-long program helps you lose weight by building healthy habits over time and uses proven clinical research to help you reduce your risk of developing certain diseases like diabetes and cardiovascular disease, which are both associate with being overweight.

Tools Made for You

Real Appeal is tailored to your needs. When you enroll you will receive: 

  • A Transformation Coach who leads weekly online group sessions with simple steps on nutrition, exercise and how to break through barriers to reach your goals
  • Online tools to help track your food, activity and weight loss progress — available anytime, anywhere
  • A Success Kit containing food and weight scales, delicious recipes, workout DVDs and more — shipped to your door

Who Can Participate

Compass Rose Health Plan members 18 and older with a body mass index (BMI) of 23 or higher can participate in Real Appeal. Members with a BMI of 23 to 29.9 without a qualifying comorbidity (such as diabetes, pre-diabetes, dyslipidemia, high blood pressure or tobacco use) can participate but are not eligible to receive one-on-one coaching.

Enroll in Real Appeal

Start your own success story today — enroll for free! When you enroll, you will need your:

  • Health Plan Member ID Card
  • Height and weight

NOTE: Please select UMR as your insurance plan.

If you have questions about this program, contact Real Appeal by calling (844) 344-REAL (7325) or emailing Monday through Friday 7 am to 11 pm EST.

1 In the past 20 years, researchers have demonstrated that structured weight-loss and lifestyle-change programs can accomplish three critical employee and population health goals: 1. Improving overall health outcomes for individuals who are overweight and obese but do not yet have prediabetes or diabetes (Jensen, M.D., Ryan, D.H., Donato, K.A. et al, 2014) 2. Reducing the progression to diabetes in those who have prediabetes (Williamson, D.A., Bray, G.A., & Ryan, D.H, 2015) 3. Improving clinical markers for individuals who already have Type 2 diabetes (Espeland, M.A., Glick, H.A., Bertoni, A., et al for the Look AHEAD Research Group, 2014).