According to a recent MetLife’s 18th Annual U.S. Employee Benefit Trends Study from 2020, 4 in 10 employees stated they struggle to navigate the demands that come with today’s more flexible, “always-on” work-life world. There may be a way for employers to be proactive and stay ahead of employee burnout.
From reduced healthcare costs to increased employee morale, there are many benefits for employers to offer wellness programs and services to employees. As healthcare costs continue to rise, employers and employees are seeking for ways to lower their costs. Preventative health and wellness programs do just that!
Did you know that 1 out of every 3 adults living in the United States is considered obese? That’s right, you heard me right. The obesity epidemic here in the United States is very much a real thing and it just continues to get worse each and every year.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to know that processed foods are highly addictive. With more than 60% of our food supply containing processed foods, we have seen a direct correlation between processed foods and decline in health and increase in obesity.
The term diet actually comes from an ancient Greek word meaning a mode of living. More recently it has taken on a new meaning that is to select or limit the food one eats to either lose, gain, or maintain weight. There are so many reasons diets fail. Of course, many of the reasons are person and situation dependent, however, they still hold true for the vast majority of individuals.