Affordability Calculator

Being obese not only has its effects on your health and emotional well being, but it may be taking a toll on your wallet too! Fill out the information below to see how the costs of weight loss surgery might actually help you to SAVE money!

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Food

Based on research, a seriously overweight person spends $6,100 annually on groceries and dining out. Approximately, how much do you spend per month on groceries and dining out?

I am spending about per month on groceries and dining out.

Prescriptions

Based on research, a seriously overweight person spends $700 annually on prescription co-pays. Approximately, how much do you spend per month on prescription co-pays?

I am spending about per month on prescription co-pays.

Out-of-Pocket Health Expenses

Based on research, a seriously overweight person spends $2,500 on out-of-pocket healthcare expenses each year.

Out-of-pocket healthcare expenses include:

  • Over the counter drugs/remedies such as glucosamine, snore relief remedies, ibuprofen, etc.
  • Co-pays for doctor office visits
  • Co-pays for lab work
  • Co-pays for specialists
  • Co-pays for physical therapist/allied health professionals

I am spending approximately per month on out-of-pocket healthcare expenses.

Weight Loss Programs

Based on research, a seriously overweight person spends $700 annually on non-surgical weight loss programs. Examples of non-surgical weight loss programs include:

  • Jenny Craig
  • Lindora
  • Weight Watchers
  • Nutri-systems
  • Curves

I am spending about per month on non-surgical weight loss programs.