Learn more about BestLifeRewarded
What is BestLifeRewarded®?
BestLifeRewarded® is a health promotion rewards program designed to get Canadians healthy.
How does the program work?
Canadians log onto BestLifeRewarded® to learn about health related information and tracking healthy activities. It is free to join. Members earn health reward points as they take quizzes, eat healthy and track daily health results.
How do people collect points?
BestLifeRewarded® will provide reward points to people who take action to live healthy. Reading information on nutrition, active living, a personal health disease or condition, as well as tracking their behaviours will earn members points that may be used for over 150 healthy rewards.
How will you manage fraud?
BestLifeRewarded® has tracking elements within the site to protect us against fraud. Daily points values are capped based on the number of activities available to each member and suspicious accounts will be temporarily suspended. Redemption of rewards will also be tracked. Any abuse and/or fraudulent use of the BestLifeRewarded® web site, points system and/or rewards will be reported to the appropriate authorities.
What is the program trying to achieve?
BestLifeRewarded® aims to bring all health stakeholders together to work on one common goal – get Canadians healthy.
Why do we need this program?
There is a gap in the health promotion arena. There isn’t one charity or disease organization that has effectively focused on the person as a whole when it comes to providing overall health and lifestyle information. Cookson James Loyalty created the BestLifeRewarded® because they saw an unmet need in the area of health promotion.
Who is behind this program?
Cookson James Loyalty, Inc. is an independent Canadian company with expertise in the health and technology area. Cookson James Loyalty, Inc. created BestLifeRewarded® because we saw an unmet need in the health area.
How does Cookson James Loyalty make money?
The funding comes from health interest brands such as healthy food brands, vitamins, pharmaceutical products, employer groups, fitness centres, diagnostic companies, etc. in the recognition of the need for a total health approach.
Is this a way for pharmaceuticals to pay people to take drugs?
Absolutely not. BestLifeRewarded® has brought together stakeholders from all sectors of health. Pharmaceutical companies are a stakeholder in health and medication non-adherence costs our healthcare system approximately $9 billion annually. BestLifeRewarded® has a mandate to encourage Canadians to be healthier.