According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as of 2012, about half of US adults have one or more chronic health conditions. That’s 117 million people living with heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, obesity, arthritis and other chronic diseases and disorders.
Extensive research shows that modifiable lifestyle behaviors including smoking, excessive drinking, insufficient exercise and poor nutrition raise risk for these conditions. A key word here is modifiable.
The Consistency Club can help. We can move for our health. The Consistency Club is a national community that promotes, supports and rewards consistent activity.
I was blessed to share about the goals and activities of Consistency Club on WBRZ 2une In this morning.
The Consistency Club is dedicating November’s activity to Diabetes Awareness Month. Join us for information, motivation, celebration and rewards as we move for our health and advocate for this disease.
For more information check out the Consistency Club website.
Reference: Centers for Disease Control Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion