For too many Americans, the end of the Thanksgiving meal was followed by a “food coma.” During the holidays, many of us know that we eat too much.
It turns out that, on average, Americans eat too much during the rest of the year too.
Unfortunately, eating too much can have devastating consequences. Three quarters of all healthcare costs are attributed to chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. The major drivers of those costly chronic conditions are tobacco use and obesity which are both preventable and treatable.