SIMPLE STEPS TO A HEALTHIER LIFE®
Simple Steps To A Healthier Life is an online health and wellness program that can help you on your heart-healthy journey. The online health coaching program, called a Direction, provides you with support and tools to help you meet your goals.
Eating right and moving more are powerful ways to move the needle on hearthealthy cholesterol. The key is helping consumers turn good intentions into better habits. Heart-Healthy Cholesterol Journeys go beyond simply educating users to engaging them in new practices that change the way they live. Journeys in this focus area such as Good Fat, Bad Fat and Manage Your Cholesterol Meds pinpoint specific, high-impact habit areas.
Follow these Journeys and Heart-Healthy Cholesterol:
GOOD FAT, BAD FAT
Knowing how much and which fats to eat can help you avoid heart disease and lose weight. Discover tasty, new healthy-fat foods, learn how much is enough and practice easy tricks for recognizing and replacing bad fats in your diet.
MANAGE YOUR CHOLESTEROL MEDS
Does taking your cholesterol meds feel like a constant to-do? Take easy steps to simplify your regimen (and automate your refills and save money, too). You’ll be able to set it and forget it—and in the process, never miss a pill again.
Other Journeys available on this Direction:
Your Journey starts by taking your Health Assessment. Go to www.trsactivecareaetna.com and log in to Aetna Navigator. On your home page, click “I want to Take a Health Assessment” on the left-hand menu.
The information provided by Simple Steps To A Healthier Life is not meant to be either a recommendation for medical treatment or a diagnosis of medical condition. Participants should consult their health care provider for the advice and care appropriate for their specific medical needs. This material is for information only. Health benefits and health insurance plans contain exclusions and limitations. Health information programs provide general health information and are not a substitute for diagnosis or treatment by a physician or other health care professional. The Aetna Personal Health Record should not be used as the sole source of information about the member’s medical history. Information is believed to be accurate as of the production date; however, it is subject to change. For more information about Aetna plans, refer to www.aetna.com.