Over the past century infectious disease rates have dropped, while chronic disease rates has risen due to lifestyle habits. According to the CDC, over 117 million adult Americans have one or more preventable chronic diseases which many are related to poor quality nutrition. Chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, and bone health. The CDC predicts that if changes aren’t made, more than 30% of all Americans will have diabetes by 2030.
We believe in order to prevent disease, changing your lifestyle habits is at the core. Building sound nutrition habits directly relate to change. The belief is that habits must be designed to: