Wellness/Prevention Programs Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Wellness and prevention programs are growing in popularity as individuals grow more concerned with their health in the United States and around the world. Statistics show that the market size of the healthy eating, nutrition and weight loss segment of the global wellness industry amounted to an estimated $574 billion in 2013.With the number of individuals struggling with obesity having grown in the past 20 years — one-third of U.S. adults were obese in 2012 — health consciousness has not only been a priority for individuals, but for employers that have attempted to cut health insurance costs by implementing corporate wellness and prevention programs in the workplace.In 2011, it was estimated that 91% of organizations had some type of health promotion program in place with favorable results, including decreased absenteeism, reduced health care expenses and increased work productivity.Individuals have also been shifting to healthier diets and supplement consumption. Studies show that 18% of U.S. consumers bought gluten-free foods with retail sales expected to reach $12.8 in 2014. Nutritional supplements in the U.S. generated an estimated $32 billion in 2012.In 2009, it was estimated that 46.6 million adults were current smokers, while an estimated 49.9 million adults were described as former smokers. Corporate wellness programs are increasingly encouraging employees to quit smoking, but more can be done. Currently, only 50% to 60% of smokers receive advice about quitting smoking through employer-recommended health care providers.MarketResearch.com offers a comprehensive collection of market research related to wellness and prevention programs. Topics include corporate wellness, health and wellness technologies, smoking cessation, obesity and weight-loss management, food and ingredient trends and more. Find industry reports, forecast reports, executive summaries and comparative guides to get a well rounded look into wellness and prevention market research and industry analysis.
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