The Problem

According to Gallup research, full-time workers in the U.S. who struggle with obesity miss an estimated 450 million additional days of work each year compared with healthy workers — resulting in an estimated cost of more than $153 billion in lost productivity annually.

According to the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism of the Public Health Service, our nation spends around $200 billion per years on alcohol abuse, alcoholism and drug abuse. Most of this loss is productivity loss and employment loss. Studies show that 6 and 7 million workers are alcoholic, creating a deficit in productivity, profits, and competitiveness of American business.

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