Chronic disease is the MOST EXPENSIVE part of health care costs.
Chronic Disease is the #1 cause of death in the United States.
(7 out of 10 deaths are related to chronic disease)
The illnesses that encompass chronic disease are among THE MOST PREVENTABLE conditions, including diabetes, heart disease, asthma and cancer.
The CDC estimates that 45% of the U.S. population has at least one chronic disease costing employers five times more than an employee without a chronic disease.
(an average cost of $6,032 per employee)
Let's face it, health care costs are one of the biggest, if not THE BIGGEST COST affecting the bottom line of small businesses and corporations that are self-insured.
There are four key factors that can prevent, reduce and/or reverse chronic disease: early detection, treatment therapy, exercise and food.
Food is where we come in.