ZoneDiet.com Survey Reveals That Body Insecurity Prevents Nearly Half (49%) of Americans From Engaging in Summer Activities
Zone Diet makes it easy for men and women to achieve a healthy balance and enjoy the outdoors
The study also found that more than eight in 10 (84 percent) Americans frequently think about their weight and build. On average, men and women focus on their body eight times per day – nearly 60 times a week. Of those feeling ill-at-ease, 85 percent are specifically unhappy with their abdominal/stomach region.
Health Is a Priority
The first day of summer can trigger swimsuit anxiety, often sending people in search of quick solutions — rather than long-term balance — to offset poor eating choices. Nearly a third (32 percent) of Americans admit they would increase their exercise regiment to “get away” with eating more of their favorite foods without worrying about weight gain.
The good news is that when it comes to staying healthy and fit, most Americans have the right intentions in mind. Four in five (81 percent) would increase their exercise routine to keep their heart functioning well and 80 percent would do so to mitigate the risk of health conditions.
To help consumers find long-term balance through proper nutrition and fitness, Zone Diet launched ZoneCompete.com — an interactive resource featuring instructional videos and health tips, athlete testimonials and high-quality foods and supplements.
“For many years, Zone Diet has assisted world-class athletes in reaching peak performance levels, and helped everyday individuals look and feel better with an easy and well-balanced program,” said
The ZoneDiet.com Survey was conducted by Kelton Research between
About Zone Labs Inc.
Established in 2002, Zone Labs Inc. is an industry leader in the development and sales of innovative, patented nutraceutical products. The company, located in