News & Updates
September 8, 2019
The Personal Cost for Not Losing Fat
How much does choosing to stay obese cost you?
Just under $100,000 a year – $92,235 to be exact.
This key piece we found will break down the costs and the major financial implications obesity will have on your life – and the economy as we know it.
There are over 78 million Americans who are struggling with obesity – and this stat could run closer to doubling in the next 12 years if something is not done about it.
Obesity comes with a series of burden. It robs you of your livelihood, hampers your mental health, and leaves you with a large hole in your pocket. Worst of all – it shortens your life.
While it may sound appropriate to tell an obese person to “eat healthily and exercise” – that advice is not effective enough.
There are over 200,000 different diets, with aggressive ad campaigns making sky-high promises to obese people.
Where does a person start when they’re met with over 200,000 diets to pick from? How many diets is a person supposed to go through before they find one that works for them?
Failure is inevitable with most of these diets because they have little to no scientific backing – and they are not realistic.
Most people struggling with obesity fall back to their unhealthy eating habits because of disillusionment from a diet gone wrong.
We’ve identified 7-proven diets that meat our strict criteria of clinical evidence of effective weight loss.