Did you know:
Poor dietary choices could be costing your employees - and you - more than you know.
of Americans are overweight or obese and 33% of Americans have pre-diabetes
Americans (that’s almost 10% of Americans!) live in food deserts
Percent of obese adults (Body Mass Index of 30+)
9 out of 10
people don’t get enough fruits and vegetables – is a major contributor to this problem
Studies have shown that a poor diet increases the risk of:
Diet-related health problems cost the United States roughly
in costs associated with treating
At work, poor diets and nutrition are linked with more time off and lower productivity:
Employees with poor diets experience a loss in productivity
• Workers with diet-related health conditions, like obesity, account for more than 10% of sick days taken and are 66% more likely to take off work for 10-24 days compared to employees with healthy diets.
But it’s not all doom and gloom!
Eating well can help reduce all these conditions, and best of all, we can help!
Let Sally help you and your patients.
Increase employee health. Save more. Boost productivity.
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