Our modern health epidemic of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease is not a “knowledge problem,” it is a “behavior problem.”

In other words, it is no longer surprising to hear more evidence that the the top causes of death in America are preventable by diet and exercise. That being said, over the last year, a staggering number of research projects have added even more clarity to the conversation.

The New York Times has rounded up some amazing wellness research conclusions from the past year in one excellent article.

In brief…

In spite of these insights, as a culture we already know that “sitting all day is bad and exercising will make us live longer and better.” Yet we are not adjusting our behaviors according.

What will it take to get us to respond? How about $2,500? That is the yearly savings we would see if we walked for 30 minutes most days.

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