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Eat Right Now

Change how
you eat

Sharecare’s Eat Right Now program can help you lose or maintain a healthy weight. This app-based program is proven to help you overcome binge eating by 40%!

What makes Eat Right Now different?

While fad diets can help you lose weight, they won’t stop you from re-gaining it. This is because diets do not target the deeper reasons for your eating habits. With Eat Right Now, you can keep the weight off by learning how your cravings are triggered. You’ll learn how to “rewire” your brain to change your food habits for good.



Eligible members can earn up to $250 when you participate in Eat Right Now:

  • Module completion: Complete 11 weeks of modules – earn $10 per week of completed modules up to $110
  • Weight loss: Lose 5% of your total body weight to earn $140

Incentives are available for active state and higher education employees and spouses who are enrolled in medical insurance with Partners for Health.


Why Eat Right
Now works

With Eat Right Now’s approach, you will:

  • Learn to identify your triggers
  • Recognize your cravings
  • Break negative habits and build positive ones
  • Build resilience to stick with your healthy habits for good


How Eat Right Now works

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Video Lessons & Exercises

Watch daily video lessons, view guided exercises and track your progress with journaling to make positive changes.

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Expert Moderated Community Support

Get answers to your questions, share your experiences, and connect with people going through the exact same challenges.

Live Coaching with Experts

Address your specific challenges on detailed weekly calls with experts.

Measurable Progress

Use the Want-O-Meter and Stress Test “in the moment” to help identify cravings and what is causing them.

Meet your guide, Dr. Jud

Dr Jud Brewer, MD, PH.D (“Dr. Jud”) is a well-known psychiatrist and expert in mindfulness training for addictions. He has developed proven programs to change habits that impact smoking, emotional eating, and anxiety. Dr. Jud serves as the executive medical director of behavior health at Sharecare. Dr. Jud also serves as Director of Research and Innovation at the Mindfulness Center and associate professor in Behavioral and Social Sciences and Psychiatry at the Schools of Public Health & Medicine at Brown University, as well as a research affiliate at MIT.


To access the guided program mentioned above, you must meet eligibility requirements as set forth by each specific program and/or the Partners for Health Wellness Program to ensure the program is clinically appropriate for you.