Health Promotion Innovation
Canadian employers bear the economic burden of the poor health of their employees
TORONTO, April 24, 2017 /CNW/ - In Canada, about $69.4 billion is spent annually on direct and indirect costs for five key modifiable risk factors – physical inactivity, smoking, excess weight, use of alcohol and low vegetable / fruit consumption. Although Canadians know that they need to lead a healthier lifestyle, they continue to get a failing grade when it comes to reducing their risks for chronic disease.
It’s no secret that Canadians are struggling to maintain a healthy body weight, eat right, and get enough physical activity to promote health and prevent the early onset of chronic disease. BestLifeRewarded the only platform that combines reward incentives with best practices in sustainable health behaviour change. Find out how BestLifeRewarded will benefit your organization.
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