- According to a report by Reuters the Obesity epidemic is adding 190 billion dollars to the national healthcare price tag!Source
- Obese men rack up an additional $1,152 per year on medical spending.Source
- Obese women rack up an additional $3,613 per year on medical spending.Source
- The high cost of being obese manifests itself in a variety of way including increased insurance premiums incurred by companies.Source
According to the Center For Disease Control, obese employees experience higher levels of absenteeism due to illness than normal weight employees with obese men missing 2.4 more days per year and obese women missing 2.6 more days. These missed days are affecting your companies bottom line. Lets change that!